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Which 750 ti from Jet.com?

farlz 42 10 December 11, 2015 at 07:08 AM More Jet.com Deals
Hi, I'd like to buy a video card for my Dell I3847 with in i3-4150 and 300w psu. I loaded the Amex $20 deal for Jet.com so would like to know which is the best 750 ti to buy there? https://jet.com/search?term=750%2...igh&page=1

Also is this the best route, or are there any other better or equivalent/cheaper cards that will work without a psu upgrade? Thanks!

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Hi, I'd like to buy a video card for my Dell I3847 with in i3-4150 and 300w psu. I loaded the Amex $20 deal for Jet.com so would like to know which is the best 750 ti to buy there? https://jet.com/search?term=750%2...igh&page=1

Also is this the best route, or are there any other better or equivalent/cheaper cards that will work without a psu upgrade? Thanks!
I didn't do your research for you but I believe that you should really consider a stronger power supply, otherwise your just one step forward and 1 step to the left.
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OP probably has enough power according to this http://www.tomshardware.com/answe...d-2gb.html

If the card requires power directly from the PS make sure your Dell has the plug available.

As far as which one to buy it doesn't really matter much. You have some reference designs and others with manufacture designed cooling options. All the Nvidia chips come from nvidia and are probably mostly reference designed cards, its just whichever you like, fits your case, has the outputs you need, etc.
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The main way they differ is cooling. Bigger fans + bigger heatsinks usually means quieter operation at the expense of size and, well, expense usually.

Other than that there's not much for the OEM's to improve or screw up.

Some will be clicked slightly faster than others. You can overclock it yourself, but coming from the manufacturer you get the guarantee that it will work at a particular speed and you aren't voiding the warranty.
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