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Best graphics cards for 100 dollars

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I need a cheap graphics card 100 or cheaper it is my first time buying one so i need some thing that can play e sports games for cheap at least 60 fps on most games.

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RX 560 will also work

4 minutes ago, pcguy0000 said:

or with a gt 1030. 

 

hell no not a 1030, it has less features and is more expensive than a used 750ti


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A 960 if you can find one, they're normally around 100 dollars. 


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960/970 or 1050 can usually be found for around that price, but is it possible for you to save up another $50-$90 and get a 1050ti? I see them on Amazon/Newegg new for $159-$200 very often. I personally think the 1050ti is a great budget card under $200 right now. Of course you may even be able to find a used one for less. 


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