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Will be about equal to your 8800GTX. For $800 or so you should be able to build a creaming machine that will last you for a while, and then you have another $800 left in a few years Trust May 22, 2012 at 11:28 PM #11 muon Capodecina Joined: Nov 8, 2006 Posts: 14,200 I'm guessing you have a Q9450 and the XPS system will come with a bios seems most of the problems on here are guys with high end computers i-7's and 12 gigs lol Timberwolf View Public Profile Send a private message to Timberwolf Find all posts his comment is here

Have you made any of the mistakes or were you going to? solved dell xps 8300 video card replacement solved Replacement Video card for a Dell XPS 8300 solved Dell XPS 410 Video Card Replacement Help? If you want to upgrade that system i would go for something older like the gtx 460, the gtx 550Ti, the HD7770 or something like that. Privacy guaranteed, I will not share your info in any way. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3515/t/19987115

Dell Xps 720 Compatible Graphics Cards

Am I right in thinking that those 2 cards have a slightly slower clock speed? Although ATI don't really use suffix on their newer models, Nvidia still are. It's not all that hard to build a PC and it will certainly build a new appreciation for what you have. Anything is appreciated.

Also keep in mind that you won't need the extra memory unless you play at very high resolutions, such as 1920×1080 and/or with AA/AF quality filtering. Seems like you're a fan of Nvidia, which I am too but I just ordered my first AMD card the other day. Sin, Feb 20, 2015 Sin, Feb 20, 2015 #8 JoinTheResistance Driven by hate, consumed by fear... Any less and you tend to see the limits (and start thinking of shortcuts). ~S~ PS.

Then when you do that you'll need ram as well as you're on ddr2 and any cpu that will be in the 960-970 range uses ddr3. I'd just get a card you can comfortably afford and then get a new cpu and mobo eventually. Adding more memory, and upgrading the OS to use that memory, will very definitely buy you a year or two of solid use. http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthread.php?t=23732 But then doing some research I figured out that my RAM is only upgradable to 8GB and the processor is pretty much stuck where it is since the Mobo is proprietary

I am able to run Dead Space 3, BF3, Black Ops 2 on high settings. It is good to know that you are able to take advantage of a 550 Ti with a setup similar to mine. They also sell builders packs with a motherboard and RAM to keep things simple. BTW, have you checked the 7850 will fit into the dell case?Click to expand...

Dell Xps 720 Video Card

Sin, Feb 21, 2015 Sin, Feb 21, 2015 #14 BBH212 Newbie Messages: 2 Ratings: 0 Mar 28, 2015 #15 LOL JUST DO IT HAVE THE SAME BEAST RUNNING A 770 GTX https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18406426 User Name Remember Me? Dell Xps 720 Compatible Graphics Cards Donate what you can. edit2: But then I see something like this.

In the end, I think I'm still going to go with that 650 Ti, though. this content At most I'd get a 960. Any opinions would be appreciated. 6 answers Last reply Jun 17, 2013 Best Answer Feb 24, 2013 More about replacing video card dell bull22Feb 23, 2013, 10:50 AM I'm running a Same with my 420.

He'll then have room to upgrade which imo is a great thing to set yourself up for.Click to expand... I recommend upgrading while you can. 64 bit is a good way to go. The case is very large and spacious and some has pretty beefy-looking fans in it (the thing sounds kind of like a jet when you turn it on. weblink My card choice will be an MSI 7850 twin frozr II for £216Click to expand...

MNGhostFeb 24, 2013, 6:37 AM Thanks, Bull22. If you want to upgrade that system i would go for something older like the gtx 460, the gtx 550Ti, the HD7770 or something like that. I'd build new, in your shoes.posted by Sunburnt at 1:03 PM on November 12, 2013 [1 favorite] Here's wired's take on it: http://www.wired.com/reviews/2013/11/high-low-gaming-pcs/ they say about $700 should do it.posted by

i didn't mind paying a little more for that privilege, but like you, i wasn't looking for a $3k pc from alienware.

Tom's Hardware's latest (monthly!) guide for best card per budget. but i'd honestly be fine with a refurb anything else. I was reading that you can't really upgrade a lot of stuff in the 720. Looks like the MOBO only supports up to 800mhz DDR2 RAM.

Trev Trust May 22, 2012 at 11:25 PM #9 Gregster Caporegime Joined: Sep 24, 2008 Posts: 35,030 Location: Essex innit! Can't comment on Windows 7 vs. 8, I'm fine of 8.1 but I know a lot of hardcore types prefer 7. Buy additional RAM to take advantage of the higher memory limit (currently limited to 2 GB because of Windows XP). check over here For example, a GTX 680 with 2gb VRAm is still better than a GTX 580 with 3GB You will not run into serious VRAM limitations unless you have 3 or more

It's possible the 560Ti is better in BF3. I do agree that the 660 is probably more than my system can actually use. Please try the request again.