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It will definately work with bf4 at max settings, a core i5 rig with 8gb or more and possibly an ssd would be the optimal rig for gaming
28 Dec 2013 by chris
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This card needs a PCIe (PCI Express) slot. What motherboard do you have? If your not sure then you can download 'speccy' for free to find out / or just open the case and look. Worth googling a reference image though it might say what each slot is called straight on the motherboard.
25 Jan 2014 by MR K TREACY
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Yes. It will the PCI Slot will accept it, well should
25 Jan 2014 by Morgan
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Hey there, I can't tell because when I ordered mine I didn't get any game with the card. I think this depend on the manufacture of the card e.g. Asus, Gigabyte or Sapphire.
18 Jan 2014 by Syan
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ur cpu will probably put a huge cap on the performance of this card
19 Feb 2014 by Sute
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Well if its a standard Mid tower, you should have no problem at all. Mine is in a Corsair Carbide 300r Windowed Mid Tower. Hope this helps
5 Feb 2014 by Owen
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This graphics card comes with asus gpu tweak pre installed very good tool for over clocking as for sony movie studio i dont know i would have thought so
15 Jan 2014 by Tay
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As long as the CPU meets the system requirements of the games/software you intend to run, the CPU shouldn't make any difference. The only major factor affecting whether this runs is the output of your power supply unit as the graphics card tends to be the most power hungry component of any PC, it needs to be a minimum of 500W to run this graphics card, preferably a bit higher to be safe. The only other two things you need is a free PCI Express or PCI 2.0/3.0 slot & two available 6 pin PCI cables from the PSU to connect to the supplied cable which attaches to the graphics card for direct power. Hope this helps.
13 Jan 2014 by Mr. G. McDowall
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well good chance it would run but if buying this for gaming like me m8 then a 500 watt is a safe bet for the bit more money so can get the best value of the card without spending a ton of money
27 Dec 2013 by john mitchell
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you definitely can connect two monitors but depending on the resolution, performance would vary... the card was designed to give the best performance at 1080p, if you want higher resolutions then I suggest a card with more than the 2gb this card currently offers
25 Dec 2013 by Madevu
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