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anthdron

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ok im not totaly comp savy but have some knowlage i am at the moment running a geforce gt 520 1gig card and i am thinking of upgradeing it to a 2gig geforce gt 610 i know my psu isc big enough to run the card but is it worth upgrading to the 2 gig or should i stay with the 1 gig

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Ian in Northampton

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From what I can make out, the GT610 is hardly an upgrade from the GT520 - when the 610 was launched, the comment was that it was no more than a rebadged 520. Perhaps you know different? Anyway, to your question: on graphics cards - like PCs - more memory is always good. But if you had the budget, I'd be looking at something with DDR5 memory rather than DDR3, as it's significantly faster.

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Chronos the 2nd

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The GeForce GT 610 is just a re-branded GeForce GT 520. They are exactly the same card other than for the name change.

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Chronos the 2nd

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Posted before I had time to finish.

A few more details would be useful, I am assuming that you are not a gamer so why do you wish to upgrade even though,of course the 610 is not an upgrade?

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