But the usual is the Nvidia 1060. If severely budget limited then you tell the user they have to move to lower settings with the 1050 Ti. DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER the plain 1050.
Hi guys, I have a few years old computer which was preatty decent at the time I put it together, but now, It can’t run the games anymore. It was decent until the last year, still allowing me to play something on the low settings, but not anymore (could not even start Far Cry 5, or the new Assassin’s Creed). The setup I have is: MS-7599, Phenom II x4 965, 8GB ram and AMD Radeon R7 200 Series. I would like to be able to play something again on it, and was wondering if just replacing the graphic card would do the trick, or I need to change the CPU/motherboard as well? My budget is limited, and do not want to spend lots of money on it, just looking to play the newer games on medium settings if possible. If I csn get away with just the GPU it would be great. Thanks for all your help!