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Gigabyte GTX 750 1GB or Gigabyte GTX 650 2GB

Winncoot

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So..I want to buy a graphic card and i don't know which one,Gigabyte GTX 750 1GB or Gigabyte GTX 650 2GB.
I need help,which one to choose.

And will The GTX 750 fit in PCI-e 2.0?
 

Redheadsrule13

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Both will fit in a PCIe 2.0 slot (PCIe is backwards compatible).
If you're only using one monitor at 1080p or less, get the 750 as it has greater performance and you won't exceed the frame buffer.
If you have a higher resolution or more monitors, get the 650. Although it's performance is less, you'll need the extra frame buffer. (Something that will really slow you down if you run out.)
 

Quinnsten

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Of the two the better card is 650 as it is the over all better performer but the 750 uses less power mind the difference in the is minuscule I would honestly just buy the cheapest. If you plan on playing at high resolutions I would recommend 650 as it has the most RAM so shoudl perform better at higher resolutions that the 750 1gb RAM. and to answer you question a PCI-e 2.0 would be more than capable of fitting and powering 750 believe PCI-e 2 can power almost all if not all current single GFX cards if there not SLI'd or Crossfired so you should have no worries.
 

Redheadsrule13

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Both will fit in a PCIe 2.0 slot (PCIe is backwards compatible).
If you're only using one monitor at 1080p or less, get the 750 as it has greater performance and you won't exceed the frame buffer.
If you have a higher resolution or more monitors, get the 650. Although it's performance is less, you'll need the extra frame buffer. (Something that will really slow you down if you run out.)
 

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