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Undecided between 1650 super and 1660


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I want to order a new video card today but I'm undecided between the 1650 Super and the 1660. 

 

My computer specification is: 

Motherboard: GA-Z68X UD4-B3

Processor: i3 2100 3.1ghz

oryx: 4 GAME RAM 

Power Supply : Sisonic standard bronze 520 watts (the video card I have now HD6870 required 500. The card worked well until a few days ago beeps started and the computer once turned on and once not and when turned on you see such artifacts in the opening logo but also when I enter the BIOS. .). 

Graphics Card: Gigabyte hd6870 OC

screen: Lg w2486l 1920 * 1080

 

 

I must point out that I'm still on 7 Until I replace the computer when we go through this unpleasant period. I currently do not have a budget for a new computer ...

 

I will also note that at the moment I have no intention of playing on the current computer right now as the specs may cause a crash because it is basic. I also have no interest in doing Because I almost never play except once in .... I have almost no time. 

 

What is important to me in a card is that it will last a long time like the one I have now and that they will look great and sharp in everything ....

 

I would love help from you and would love more suggestions for other video cards. 

 

Thanks in advance to the helpers :) Good day :)

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If you do not intend to play, why not stick with the built-in CPU until you can afford a more general upgrade?

 

Because from experience this chip is rubbish. Before the motherboard I had this With a built-in video card that was pure garbage ... except that the system recognizes the video connection as vga (I can not install the video card driver otherwise it will not be possible to enter the system I tried and could not log in ...) Default so it's bad .. 

 

what can be done? Unfortunately there is no budget for a new computer ...

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The card is built into the processor, not the motherboard. I have an i3 from your series but a little better and it comes with HD 2000 graphics, I currently use it for office use (browsing and documents) and it is really cool, gives me a resolution of 1080X1920. Even with 2019 I work with this card, I will not say that Photoshop works at maximum speed but it is certainly not worth investing a few hundred shekels if there is no intention to play.

 

I do not understand the fault you have, try to remove the old video card and connect your monitor to the connection of the built-in processor, you get a view?

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The card is built into the processor, not the motherboard. I have an i3 from your series but a little better and it comes with Intel HD 2000 graphics, I currently use it for office use (browsing and documents) and it is really cool, gives me a resolution of 1080X1920. Even with Photoshop 2019 I work with this card, I will not say that Photoshop works at maximum speed but it is certainly not worth investing a few hundred shekels if there is no intention to play.

 

I do not understand the fault you have, try to remove the old video card and connect your monitor to the connection of the built-in processor, you get a view?

 I do not have a direct connection to the processor which means it does not have a built-in video card. What to do? I tried to connect to another connection on the card but the problem remained ....

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The processor has a built-in video card but this board has no ports to take advantage of, a bit strange to me the combination of a basic i3 processor along with such an expensive board. For that matter if you have no intention of playing then the GT1030 card will do the exact same job and cost much less.

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Wow I did not even think of that direction.

So if he needs to buy a ticket anyway, maybe it's better for him to upgrade the motherboard instead?

Do not know, just throws ideas.

If you have already upgraded the motherboard it will also upgrade the CPU and the hard disk and the power (it has been with me for a year and a half unless it is enough for 1650 super then that is already good!). It easily reaches some 3500 what I do not have now .. I have no idea what to do .... 

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If I were you I would open a forum discussion And list the system components, if offered to you That can fit all your other components + can fit newer processors for you on New and use the built-in card.

Substitution of Really does not require replacement of the rest of the parts.

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 This compatible board means looking for an old and used board, there is no new board that will fit the processor from 10 years ago and certainly not a board that will fit both an old processor and a new processor. Every simplest video card will do the job here, one used one for NIS 150 and that's it.

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 This compatible board means looking for an old and used board, there is no new board that will fit the processor from 10 years ago and certainly not a board that will fit both an old processor and a new processor. Every simplest video card will do the job here, one used one for NIS 150 and that's it.

At the end I ordered the 5500's Which seems to me worth the price (680 NIS. 4 GB of RAM for 128 . That's a fine price for a ticket. I ordered from Key SP. I will update when he arrives :) ). 

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