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GTX 660 to GTX 750 TI Upgrade

GTX 660 750 TI Upgrade

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terry1966

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to be honest you have a good pc there, with it's i7 cpu etc, so if i was to upgrade anything for a bit of extra performance then yes first it would probably be the graphics card to something like the gtx970. :D

 

of course not being a heavy gamer then your new gtx750ti will do you fine. :thumbsup:

 

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Edited by terry1966, 01 October 2015 - 08:14 PM.

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Don't get me wrong, i love games, i spend most of my time playing games. i'm just not so much into "sexy amazing graphics", i prefer performance (to a certain level)

Ofcourse i don't want something to look pixelated. that would just be horrible. I just wanna play my games in max monitor resolution and decent texture quality.

 

 

with no issues or lag or excessive temperatures. i don't need anything else ;D


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