Windows 10: Best to worst video card

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  2.    22 Apr 2016 #2

    They're all PCI-E X16, so they will fit.

    They all appear to have Wndows 10 drivers.

    A little quick web searching suggest that the 5450 is the best of the three.

    What's your use? I doubt that any of them are good for 3D games, by current standards.
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  3.    23 Apr 2016 #3

    some more opinions plz
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  4.    23 Apr 2016 #4

    No further opinions from me, although I wonder why you're looking at oldish graphics cards with such a new motherboard. (Cost, I suppose.)
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  5.    24 Apr 2016 #5

    Forget first one, it was weakest of NV even when it came out many years ago. 5450 if it has minimum 1 GB, if not, than 420.
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       24 Apr 2016 #6

    The motherboard has integrated Intel HD graphic support.

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    Why getting a low end graphic adapter?
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  7.    24 Apr 2016 #7

    Coz it dont work correctly when i use it. Asus couldnt figure the issue out and neither could intel. I put a video card in and it worked fine. This is a brand new mobo. I had to spend 12 hrs on the phone with asus csr and their help sucked. Should i just RMA the board for another asus board or get a different brand with similar specs? If yes, which one plz? I spent about $125 on the asus one.

    thx
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  •    24 Apr 2016 #8

    Graphic adapter is actually on the same die as processor so maybe there's something wrong with socket pins or CPU not sitting right.
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  •    24 Apr 2016 #9

    the CPU was placed into the socket very easily with no issues so I tend to doubt it is that. I will admit this was my first build so could that still be the issue? Wouldnt I have other issues as well with the CPU?
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  •    24 Apr 2016 #10

    bruinator said: View Post
    the CPU was placed into the socket very easily with no issues so I tend to doubt it is that. I will admit this was my first build so could that still be the issue? Wouldnt I have other issues as well with the CPU?
    Possibly with RAM and/or slots for it, those are most common errors, it all depends on which pins are problem.
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