60 months ago
Hey guys.. im here to ask about the gtx 750 ti on the amd a10 7850k. does it bottleneck with the cpu or not ??? o.O
No, it wouldn't bottleneck. But I don't see why you'd pair the two, since the A10-7850K has decent integrated graphics.
i really dont trust integrated graphics... that why im adding a dedicated video card on my pc
You don't trust it...can you elaborate? Go for a different CPU then, such as the FX-6300/FX-8320 or a low end i5.
What do you mean you don't trust integrated graphics? They are more reliable than dedicated gpu's and if you are getting a dedicated card get the 860K and avoid the GTX 750 Ti, it has a horrible price to performance ratio.
Indeed go for Athlon 760k/860k or FX-6300. You'll basically pay 60-80$ extra for an integrated graphics you won't use.
guess i'll try ... :/
Don't get an APU if you are already buying a graphics card, why get an A10? An Athlon X4 860K is the exact same CPU but without integrated graphics. Or, if you want to spend the same amount, get an i3 from intel, which will destroy any APU.
how am I being a fan girl. Even a low end i3 beats an A10 7850K. I gave him one equal offer for cheaper (860K), and one better option for the same price (i3). Perfectly reasonable.
How is that relevent
I'm running a GTX 750 ti with the A10-7850k and its amazing. I was originally running the 7850k in crossfire with a r7 240 but it was worse in crossfire than it was by its self. I didn't have a whole lot of money and didn't want to wait around for amazon to ship me a better card so I just went to Best Buy and got the 750 ti and I love it. Runs pretty much everything on high.
how did you get the gtx 750ti installed with the a10? I just bought the gpu and can't get it to boot with the gpu in. Do I need to disable the integrated graphics? Please help :)
I just installed the card and drivers and it works fine. I didn't need to disable the integrated graphics. I know that you CAN'T run crossfire with it. That won't work since its AMD and Nvidia lol.
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Here's an option for ya taking some peoples advice into consideration. To save some money you can take out the SSD