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Vale88

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  1. Yeah maybe medium/high graphical settings is a little much for Below Zero and games like it for what I'd be able to get, but If I can get Below Zero to run at 60fps Low/Medium with a decent render distance, and for Don't Starve to actually run on my computer I'd be more than happy. And I didn't even know what a nVidia Quardro K2000/K3000 was till now, I'll have to see what they go for these days, but they seem to be a little weak for what I was hoping to get. A 1050 Mini would probably fit just fine, it just depends if I can find one for a reasonable price, I'll look more into the other cards in the 10 series and see what I can find that'll work. Thanks for all the help!
  2. Howdy, I have an old prebuilt computer with a small case and I can't seem to find a GPU online that will fit in it, the GPU will need to be about 7inches or shorter and work on PCIE 2.0 and a Legacy BIOS. I'm hoping to stay under $150USD, and looking to be able to play games like Don't Starve, Subnautica Below Zero, The Long Dark, etc on Med/High graphics 60fps 1366x768 Here's the link to my PC where you can find all of my current specs https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03348828
  3. Yea I think you're right, I'll consider getting a cx450 or 550 instead of the G3 Ahh I didn't even think about my CPU, that sucks, hopefully the bottleneck isn't too awfully bad. And I guess its not that big of a deal, as long as I can actually run Don't Starve at *atleast* 30fps, and be able to play Subnautica at low settings with a half decent render distance than I'll be happy. And just having an actual graphics card will allow me to do things in Photoshop I can't do currently And I don't think a R9 would fit in my case, I would have to take some measurements to make sure but a 10 inch long card seems too big. Thanks for all the help!
  4. Hello, I need some help upgrading my old prebuilt HP p7-1227c (https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03348828) computer. I'm hoping to stay close to $200 USD, but am willing to go up to around $265 if needed, I'd like to be able to play games like Subnautica Below Zero, Warframe, and Don't Starve, at 60FPS medium/high settings, as well as being able to draw/paint in Photoshop with less brush lag and at larger size canvases than 6x4 300PPI. My monitor resolution is 1366x768 and I don't plan on upgrading my monitor anytime in the near future. I'll be getting an EVGA 650W G3 PSU, and was thinking a XFX RX560 4GB would be adequate for what I want to do. I also need to know if the GPU will work on PCIE 2.0 with a Legacy BIOS, I read in a couple different forums somewhere that the RX500 series and most newer GPU's won't work on a BIOS Motherboard and need UEFI Any help would be gladly appreciated, thank you!
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