Topic Title: Supported Graphics
Topic Summary: List of graphic cards for motherboard
Created On: 01/02/2014 12:28 PM
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 01/02/2014 12:28 PM
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Hi all,

I need a list of all graphic cards supported by my system and also the most suitable one.



AMD Sempron145 2.8 GHz



Currently i have to make do with the onboard graphics. Planning to upgrade the graphic card.

Kindly give suggestions for the above system.

I would also be grateful if u can recommend any changes in the processor if needed for light gaming like NFS Most Wanted 2012, FIFA 14, Transformers, GTA, and some FPS games like COD and MW.

Thanks in advance

 01/02/2014 12:44 PM
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First you need a new CPU as the one you have now is pretty aweful.

Like a AMD 1090T if you can find one, Or Phenom II X4 955 ~ 980 BE CPU.

Second as far as the graphics card is concerned you can put anything in the board you want. But if that system came with the stock power supply you are going to need something like this

To power something like this

Or two of these

I can't really recommend high end AMD cards right now due to Manfacturers charging over 100$ MSRP because people are buying AMD cards for Cypto Curriences (fake worthless money) 




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 01/02/2014 01:22 PM
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The CPU is definitely the bottleneck if you're going to a dedicated Video card. If you can't change the CPU to a quad or hex core you won't see much improvement if any with a discrete Video card.


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