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    Those 64bit high speed GDDR5 should be no problem on the ASUS card. If you can get an even cheaper R7 240 with GDDR5 that might be worth a shot too...
    Btw. have you thought about going with an Athlon X4 860k on a FM2+ board and use the savings for a stronger GPU?

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    There are different versions of that card and I see the gddr5 version delivers up to 15% performance increase, so yeah make sure you get that exact card.

    As elesde is pointing out, you will notice the most performance increase in a gaming pc from the gpu.

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    http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/R...pecifications/

    http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/G...pecifications/

    bro I have given link of another card within my budget its ASUS r7 250 with DDR5 1GB memory ............now compare and tell me which one would be best among ASUS r7 250 and ASUS GT 640 ????

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    Sure no problem those two cards are almost identical in performance. I would still choose the gt640 with the gddr5 memory.

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    but bro r7 250 also has DDR5 memory

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    The choice is yours to make, they both perform pretty much the same.

    I gave you my opinion on which one to choose, the rest is up to you.

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    yes bro I will buy the GT 640 if PCI e version 2.0 and Memory Interface 64bit don't reduce my gaming performance I just gave the other link because of r7 250 has PCI e version 3.0 and memory interface 128 Bit that's why ............anyways bro I will stick with GT 640 as u said

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    Ok but are you sure we can't talk you into the gtx650ti?

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    yes bro I am sure and I will buy GT 640 as my budget is limited around $100 and GTX 650i costs around $195 to $200 ........

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    No no no, the link I put on one of my earlier posts its 89.99 with a 30 dollar rebate which puts it at $59.99. That would be the best choice in my opinion if you can get MSI cards.


    You should be able to find a gtx650ti a lot cheaper than 200 bucks. Look around a bit more to see what you can find before making your final decision.

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