[SOLVED] Which GPU should i choose for my machine

Karim_Eka18

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I have an old machine with the following specs

720P 60-75 Hz Dell Monitor 1505FP - Core i3 530 - HEC 350W PSU - 8GB RAM - P55-GD55 MOBO

Which GPU should i get ?

750TI 2GB

1050 TI 2 GB

RX 570 4GB ... this requires a 500W PSU

1050 TI is nearly the same price as a RX 570

750 TI is 2/3 the price of ( 570 / 1050 )
 
Mainly AAA games ... with the highest settings & frames possible ... from what ive seen on you tube a 750Ti would get me 30 frames on these games while RX might get 45 - 60 + frames i posted cuz the prices of a 750TI here are so overrated compared to RX 570 ... and in my case there is the additional cost of the PSU if i want the RX 570 which left me puzzled
The RX should on average get well over twice the fps over the 750 ti and over 50% more fps over the 1050 ti.
Well worth the investment in a better psu in my opinion.
Not to mention that the old PSU was a HEC unit so the upgrade would be a good idea anyways.
 
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I have an old machine with the following specs

720P 60-75 Hz Dell Monitor 1505FP - Core i3 530 - HEC 350W PSU - 8GB RAM - P55-GD55 MOBO

Which GPU should i get ?

750TI 2GB

1050 TI 2 GB

RX 570 4GB ... this requires a 500W PSU

1050 TI is nearly the same price as a RX 570

750 TI is 2/3 the price of ( 570 / 1050 )
get the 570, as 2GB of VRAM in 2019 is really bad.
4GB is still not much, but a step higher then 2.
 
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Karim_Eka18

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get the 570, as 2GB of VRAM in 2019 is really bad.
4GB is still not much, but a step higher then 2.
TBH i want to get the RX 570 iam just afraid of the fact that it might be an overkill for such old machine in addition to the additional PSU cost ... hope this will let me game for 2 years or so on such machine with good settings and frames
 

Karim_Eka18

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What are you aiming to do with this pc? If gaming then what type of games?
Mainly AAA games ... with the highest settings & frames possible ... from what ive seen on you tube a 750Ti would get me 30 frames on these games while RX might get 45 - 60 + frames i posted cuz the prices of a 750TI here are so overrated compared to RX 570 ... and in my case there is the additional cost of the PSU if i want the RX 570 which left me puzzled
 
Mainly AAA games ... with the highest settings & frames possible ... from what ive seen on you tube a 750Ti would get me 30 frames on these games while RX might get 45 - 60 + frames i posted cuz the prices of a 750TI here are so overrated compared to RX 570 ... and in my case there is the additional cost of the PSU if i want the RX 570 which left me puzzled
The RX should on average get well over twice the fps over the 750 ti and over 50% more fps over the 1050 ti.
Well worth the investment in a better psu in my opinion.
Not to mention that the old PSU was a HEC unit so the upgrade would be a good idea anyways.
 
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K ... looks like iam going for the RX 570 thanks everyone for your answers
Your cpu will hold it back no doubt. I however see it being much better value than the 2 other options.
Not to mention, if you eventually decide to upgrade the rest of your system, you'll have a good gpu + psu to start off with.
And in the meanwhile, you can play every game on maximum graphical settings without an impact on the fps.
 
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The RX should on average get well over twice the fps over the 750 ti and over 50% more fps over the 1050 ti.
Well worth the investment in a better psu in my opinion.
Not to mention that the old PSU was a HEC unit so the upgrade would be a good idea anyways.

are you sure those fps would have the same result with the 1st gen core I3 CPU they will be pairing it with? that CPU will be a major bottleeck for whichever modern GPU they get
 

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