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    What to choose GeForce GT450 DDR3 or GT630 GDDR5?

    Need to get a budget video card for an office pc and choices for the budget are either a GTS450 DDR3 http://zotacusa.com/eco-geforce-gts-...40508-10l.html or GT630 GDDR5 http://www.gainward.com/main/vgapro.php?id=886&lang=en. Which one do you guys think would be the better card?
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    Core 2 Duo E7500, MSI G41M-P28, 4GB PC3-10600, 500GB SATA, GeForce GTX 650

    Pentium E6600, MSI P35 Platinum, 6GB PC2-6400, 500GB SATA, GeForce 8800GT

    P4 650, ASUS P5GD1 PRO, 4GB DC PC3200, 2 x 300GB SATA, GeForce 9500GT

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    For office pc, office suite software, both would be overkill.
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    I agree. If it doesn't already have onboard video, a $19.99 card (including shipping) would be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpywareDr View Post
    I agree. If it doesn't already have onboard video, a $19.99 card (including shipping) would be fine.
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    I sometimes play games in the office when I'm not busy. :-)
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    Core 2 Duo E8500, ASUS P5Q SE2, 8GB PC2-8500, 2x1TB SATA, GeForce GTX 275

    Core 2 Duo E7500, MSI G41M-P28, 4GB PC3-10600, 500GB SATA, GeForce GTX 650

    Pentium E6600, MSI P35 Platinum, 6GB PC2-6400, 500GB SATA, GeForce 8800GT

    P4 650, ASUS P5GD1 PRO, 4GB DC PC3200, 2 x 300GB SATA, GeForce 9500GT

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    Solitaire works fine with onboard video and the card above.
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    But, if you purchase 1 of the 2 cards, the gts450 is roughly twice as fast as the GT630.
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