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    Question Should i buy a new graphic card ?

    Hey guyz, i have an HP Pavillion g5405pt and as many of u should know it has a shitty 256mb graph card so i found this MSI RADEON HD6670 V2 2GB DDR3 PCI-E selling at 73euros and i wonder if i should buy it to replace the old one.

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    The graphic card specs:
    [Spoiler]Graphics Engine ATI Radeon HD 6670
    Interface PCI Express x16 2.1
    Memory Type DDR3
    Memory Size(MB) 2048
    Memory Interface 128 bits
    Core Clock Speed(MHz) 800
    Memory Clock Speed(MHz) 1334
    DVI Output 1
    D-SUB Output 1
    HDMI-Output 1
    HDCP Support Y
    HDMI Support Y
    Dual-link DVI Y
    Display Output (Max Resolution) 2560x1600
    RAMDACs 400
    DirectX Version Support 11
    OpenGL Version Support 4.1
    Card Dimension(mm) 176 x 112 x 38mm[/Spoiler]


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    Quote Originally Posted by -Trivvy- View Post
    Intel CPU - nVidia
    AMD CPU - ATI

    IMO anyway.
    Bro, he simply asked if he should replace the old graphic card with the new one he listed, and you telling what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eeeddr View Post
    Hey guyz, i have an HP Pavillion g5405pt and as many of u should know it has a shitty 256mb graph card so i found this MSI RADEON HD6670 V2 2GB DDR3 PCI-E selling at 73euros and i wonder if i should buy it to replace the old one.

    Pc specs
    graph card

    The graphic card specs:
    [Spoiler]Graphics Engine ATI Radeon HD 6670
    Interface PCI Express x16 2.1
    Memory Type DDR3
    Memory Size(MB) 2048
    Memory Interface 128 bits
    Core Clock Speed(MHz) 800
    Memory Clock Speed(MHz) 1334
    DVI Output 1
    D-SUB Output 1
    HDMI-Output 1
    HDCP Support Y
    HDMI Support Y
    Dual-link DVI Y
    Display Output (Max Resolution) 2560x1600
    RAMDACs 400
    DirectX Version Support 11
    OpenGL Version Support 4.1
    Card Dimension(mm) 176 x 112 x 38mm[/Spoiler]
    I have the 6670 Sapphire 1GB DDR5, it's worth it imo, although, be aware, your PC might bottleneck
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    It sounds like a good graphics card. Whats your processor/RAM? You don't want a graphics card your CPU can't handle. If you have a single core, I would be surprised if it doesn't bottleneck.

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