I am gonna tell you all straight away that I know very little about computers, so when I buy a new graphic card I feel like there is a bigger picture that I have to look at. Any response is fine here, let it be little things like another aspect to consider when buying GPU
So far I know that the card has to
Fit in the case.
PSU must be able to support the power requirement.
It must be DDR2? (my mobo is a GA-T671MG).
A good VRAM (2GB+) (I bought a GPU before and it had 1GB VRAM, the game stuttered constantly despite the fps reading to be over 60 every time).
Has to be low profile (i have a small casing).
Has to have VGA or DVI? (I don’t know much about computers).
Monitor has a refresh rate of 60-75 (LG Flatron m228wa-bz)
That is all I know but like I said earlier, there is definitely missing something here as I doubt that buying a GPU is this easy
Are guys able to also suggest some GPU? and I put a bunch of info below if it helps you know what kind of card is able for my computer
My OS is Windows Vista SP2 32-Bits
Processor = Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E4500 @2.20GHz
I have 2GB of RAM (I have only two slots for RAM cards)
The game I want to play is League of Legends
The current card I have is GeForce 8300GS
PSU cannot exceed 250W
Monitor has screen refresh rate of 60-75
I want to try to keep cost low, maximum spending would not exceed 250 Euros. Also, I’m not looking for 300FPS, ultra settings with SLI 1080s here (but I won’t mind if a cheap GPU is able to meet 300fps at ultra settings!), something like 60-70FPS on medium during graphically intense moments (team fights) is perfectly fine for me.
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