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rahulbist says

hi everyone,

I want to buy a graphics card because my motherboard’s inbuilt card is not sufficient to do renderings.

when I do 3d renders and also, in illustrator, it freezes or take a long time such as hours to complete it.

since, this is my first graphics card. which one you recommend?

card much be compatible with intel boards. no matter which motherboard because I am planning to get a new motherboard also.

thanks in advance.

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VisualSharing says
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Zeplix says

Personally I like Nvidia. You should take a look at the 560TI, very solid card.

Though I would like to add, that for 3D rendering, your RAM has just as much, if not much more, to say about the speed, as does your processor. A graphicscard doesn’t do a whole lot in those cases.

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godonholiday says

To be honest, I would get the best card you can afford. I have an Nvidia card and it does what I need it to and I am sure an AMD one would too.

As with all PC hardware, buy the best you can now.

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