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POOR GRAPHICS IN AMD FX4100

ratmeevijay

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Hello,
I'M USING AMD FX4100 PROCESSOR WITH 2GB DDR3 1333 MHZ RAM COMES WITH DEDICATED GRAPHICS CARD ATI RADEON HD4250 AND MOTHERBORD GIGBYTI GA-880G-D2H BUT WHE I PLAYING ANY VIDEO IT IS BLINKED AND WHILE PLAYING GAMES IT GRAPHICS QUALITY IS POOR PLEASE SUGGEST ME FOR BETTER
 

SteveH3671

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Using CAPS is very bad manners online. It is equivalent to shouting, which is what abbadon was referring too! But you corrected that in your second post :)

The HD4250 is very weak. You will probably want to buy a discrete graphics card. Which one will depend on the usual considerations - what do you play, what resolution etc.

For a FX4100, you probably wouldn't want anything more than a HD7850 or equivalent NVidia card for graphically intensive FPS games. If you are playing more strategy games then maybe a HD6670 would be enough. It depends.
 

Dartz

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FX 4100 doesn't comes with Integrated GPU so the Topic of the Thread is pointless. And also, 4250 is a weak card. Try getting atleast 5670+ or 6570+ to play games at Medium-High settings. Hope this helps~
 

ratmeevijay

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thanx dartz
i know fx4100 not comes with gpu but my mobo has integrated gpu hd4250
the graphics quality is good but i format my pc then graphics problem is occurs
 

jaguarskx

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The Radeon HD 4250 is weak and it is relatively old. Good enough to simply use the PC and watch some non HD resolution video. However, if you want to play games, then you need to buy a graphics card.

If you wanted to simply use integrated graphics to play games at low resolution and low graphics quality, then buying an AMD Trinity APU would have been a better choice; such as the A8-5600k. The APU's graphics core is based on more current technology and while weak compared to a dedicated graphics card, the various different APU graphic cores are more powerful than the Radeon HD 4250.

Certain Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs have the Intel HD 4000 graphic core which is also much more powerful than the Radeon HD 4250, but not as powerful as the graphics cores in AMD's A8-5600k or A10-5800k.
 

conkerman

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The A5700 has the 7660d as well. And is a low energy part.

Have a look at the HD7750/70. Should give plenty of performance. I have a 6870, and can play BF in 1080 with shiny.

 

ElMoIsEviL

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So everything worked fine until you formatted your PC? Are you using the same Operating System? Sounds like it could be a graphics driver issue.
 

mohit_king

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leave the 5770 buy a gtx 460 that is better then the ati 5770 ...i have used both of them .....processor that you are using is quite good so do not worry about it....it is the graphics card that you need to change also check that you have a PCI-E slot on your board...if you plan to buy any of these cards
 

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