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So I'm wanting to get a PC for my friend to play games at a good frame rate while he saves up for a gaming computer, I was thinking to go with a normal buisness computer and put a designated gpu in it. It has a intel core i5 3330 processor, and was wondering if I could run it in dual graphics with a 750 ti?

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So I'm wanting to get a PC for my friend to play games at a good frame rate while he saves up for a gaming computer, I was thinking to go with a normal buisness computer and put a designated gpu in it. It has a intel core i5 3330 processor, and was wondering if I could run it in dual graphics with a 750 ti?

The 750Ti can NOT be SLI'd; and an Intel integrated GPU can NOT be run together with any other GPU in a dual config.

 

Also, keep in mind, most pre-built computer will more than likely not have expandability for two graphics cards (just one), nor will they have the power supply to drive two graphics cards. 

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So I'm wanting to get a PC for my friend to play games at a good frame rate while he saves up for a gaming computer, I was thinking to go with a normal buisness computer and put a designated gpu in it. It has a intel core i5 3330 processor, and was wondering if I could run it in dual graphics with a 750 ti?

 

AMD is the only company that supports dual graphics at the moment. With their APUs and an r7 250 (I believe this is the only config)

 

And this still isn't recommended for gaming as it isn't cost effective. 

Processor: AMD FX-6300 @3.5 Ghz     Graphics Card: Gigabyte HD Radeon 7950 @1100 Mhz     RAM: Corsair XMS3 DDR3 @1600Mhz    Motherboard: Asus M5a 78L-M    

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