My old pc resolution has a monitor of 1440x900 and i5 650 cpu .
I wanna replace its gpu and psu.
Is a 750ti + a evga 500w good combo?
>any dedicated GPU on 1440x900
absolute overkill. Especially if you play Smite, which requires nothing to begin with.
750TI is the absolute greatest card for MOBA players on 1080p.
i am on 1080p on my new PC and i dont plan on switching to 1440p for the next years.
I am not a "gamer",i game like 1 hour a day .
The problem with PSU is that its like 5-6 years old.
I have an 1080p screen on my new PC ,and i am fine on 1440x900 lmao.
Gaming is not my life,i mostly play multiplayer stuff with friends.
Not just Smite and my CPU doesnt have integrated ,i am on underclocked 7770 until i get my new PC which the last component arrives in a few days.
750ti is a meme card. You are not buying it for price/performance. You are buying it for nvidia logo.
If you want a good $100 card, look for used 7950 (almost equivalent to $200 gpu) for the best performance/cost. If you want a shiny new factor, a R9 270 would do good.
1080P is not 'gaming' anymore, it's just the standard resolution for any casual.
750ti is a perfect choice for your games, I have it as well and consider myself a casual, I only play CiV and Rocket League with friends really.
I wouldn't worry about 5-6 year old PSUs unless they were the cheapest of the cheapest and googling them would give tens of "these PSUs will explode!" results.
Never had a PSU die on me. Many of them are 10+ years old.
OP is already buying a new PSU. So your problem is a nonfactor.
750ti is only fine if you don't look at competition. 750ti competes with 260X on performance. 270 will crush it since its a tier higher at same price point.
as long as i dont lag i dont care if its 1080p or 4k.
I am not playing for more than 1 hour per day and when i play its usually multiplayer with friends.
The only reason why i switch on the hd 7770 on this pc is cause it dies.
Don't do it.
Spare yourself the pain.
I wish I had known back then.
If only I had known...