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Is the graphic card I'm getting good enough?


iConnorrr

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Hi, I'm building my own gaming rig and I've only been researching gaming computers for about a week so I know basically nothing. Basically I just wanted to double check something, the main game I'm going to play is probably DayZ and wanted to check that my graphic card is good enough?

I have look at the recommended graphic card for Dayz and it is a Nvidia Geforce GTX 260 or ATI Radeon HD 5770 or faster with Shader Model 3 and 896 MB VRAM.

The graphic card I am getting is a Palit GTX 670 2GB GDDR5 DisplayPort HDMI Dual DVI PCI-E Graphics Card (http://www.ebuyer.com/367979-palit-geforce-gtx-670-2gb-gddr5-displayport-hdmi-dual-dvi-pci-e-graphics-ne5x67001042-1042f).

Is this a good enough graphic card to run Dayz?

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Ian in Northampton

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The GTX670 is a significantly better card than the recommended GTX260 or HD5770, so should give you a very good Dayz experience (and give you the headroom to migrate to even more graphically demanding games in the future).

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Chronos the 2nd

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Yes,it is a great GPU.

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