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    Arrow Help me buy a GPU within 4K budget

    My PC is about 4 years old. 2 months ago, due to my experiment, my Realtek sound chip of motherboard blasted. So I had to buy Asus Xonar DG (1.7K INR). I also bought a new Seasonic PSU(4.45K INR) too. So NOW my PC config goes like this . .

    PSU: Seasonic S12(II) Bronze - 620W
    Motherboard: Intel DG31PR
    Processor: Intel Core2 Duo CPU E7400 @ 2.80GHz
    RAM: Zion 2GB DDR2
    Display: Samsung SyncMaster 743NX [Maximum resolution without GPU is 1280x1024x75 hertz]

    I gave all the information I could collect myself. For more system information I ran myself a CPU-z test on my PC. The result is HERE

    I need to buy this GPU within 4K INR for Gaming Purpose mainly. But I play Blu-ray discs also. So I was thinking if there was a GPU(I don't know) that supports both Interests! whatever !!! A good gaming GPU would be fine for me.
    By the way, I am little tensed about the size & required space of the GPU. I mean, I already have a sound card installed, so that didn't leave much space beside it.
    Again my budget is 4K INR max. Please suggest be the best within this price.

    Regards . .
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    What country do you live in? 4k doesn't mean anything when we don't know the currency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yojo2 View Post
    What country do you live in? 4k doesn't mean anything when we don't know the currency.
    Sorry, forgot to mention that. I am from INDIA. So my currency will be in INR. I updated the previous post also . .

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    About $70(ish) USD then.
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    I'm not really sure how expensive is stuff in India, I'd guess you could search for HD4850 in that price range.
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