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ThomasvZadelhoff

$200 Gaming Graphics Card

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R9 280, better performance than a 760, same price, free games.


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r9 270 , is perfect for you 

 

Edit - meant r9 280


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r9 270 , is perfect for you 

He can get a better card for $200.


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Intel Core i3-5005U, 8GB RAM, Crucial MX 100 128GB, Touch-Screen, Intel 7260 WiFi/Bluetooth card.

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Softmodded Fat PS2 w/ 80GB HDD, and a Dreamcast.

 

If you want my attention quote my post, or tag me. If you don't use PCPartPicker I will ignore your build.

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He can get a better card for $200.

opps i miss typed was meant to be r9 280 =/ 


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Hey what happened to the 280? Its no where to be seen. Even pcparticker doesnt have it and I only know of 1 shop in my country that sells it. Is it discontinued or what?


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Or if your really on a budget I just found this one, but it is reported to have a bit of coil whine http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131570&cm_re=r9_280-_-14-131-570-_-Product

 

Hey,

 

I am searching for the best bang for the buck graphics card for a friend for $150

The card is ment for gaming

 

- Thomas

After rebate and discount 10% this may be the best for your friend. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131570&cm_re=r9_280-_-14-131-570-_-Product

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Go with the Sapphire R9 280 Dual-X OC http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IZXOW80. The R9 280 is by far the best option you have in the $200 price range for a new graphics card.

 

If you're lucky you may find a 290 used in good shape in that price range.


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Pretty sure the 960's and 950's are coming out soon, again I'd wait for those cards and see what they can give you in terms of bang for your buck. (If its anything like the 970's price to performance ratio, get which ever one you could afford)


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So the topic title implies that you look for a 200$ GPU, but the post says 150$, and you live in the Netherlands which uses euro's.

 

So I think you mean 150€/200$. Am I correct?

 

Nevertheless, if your budget is 150€ take this:

http://azerty.nl/0-5644-674365/asus-gtx750ti-oc-2gd5-grafische-kaart-geforce-gtx-750-ti-2-gb-gddr5-pci-express-3-0-x16-2x-dvi-hdmi-vga.html?channel_code=3&product_code=91019848&utm_medium=prijsvergelijkers&utm_source=vergelijk.nl

(Asus GeForce GTX 750 Ti OC 2GB)

But if your budget is 200€ take this:

http://azerty.nl/0-5829-678321/msi-r9-280-gaming-3g-grafische-kaart-radeon-r9-280-3-gb-gddr5-pci-express-3-0-x16-dvi-hdmi-2-x-mini-displayport-k.html?channel_code=3&product_code=91458996&utm_medium=prijsvergelijkers&utm_source=vergelijk.nl

(MSI Radeon R9 280 GAMING 3GB)


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Desktop: Intel Core i3-6100, 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD, GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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