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Fortnight/GTA V GPU?

My sister want to play Fortnight want a good GPU for 1080p 60 fps at high settings. I look for a used GPU that under $100 (USD). For GTA V High/Medium.
Her PC is
Intel Xeon X5460 @3.16GHz
DDR3 8GB Kit (2x4GB)
Motherboard : ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 (8 + 4 Power Phase Design)
CPU: Intel i5-3570k at 4.7GHz  1.32v
CPU Cooler: DEEPCOOL Gamer Storm CAPTAIN 240
Ram: V-Color OC Series 16GB (4x4GB) 2133Mhz 10-11-11-30-1T at 1.550v
Storage:  ADATA Premier SP550 2.5" 480GB and 2Tb 3.5" Seagate
Graphic Card: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 960 4GB G1 GAMING OC EDITION
Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA 550 GS
Mouse: MSI Interceptor
Keyboard: Corsair K70 Vengeance Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Red
Monitors : 3x AOC 22" 1080p, 1x Dell 1080p Monitor

Comments

  • Fortnite tends to run better with Nvidia GPUs based on benchmarking I've seen done by Techspot, with a GTX 970 being within 2% of an R9 Fury, and slaughtering its old competition the R9 390 by something like 24%. This being the case, I'd be recommending something like a GTX 770/680, or if those are too much locally, dropping down to a GTX 670/760. HOWEVER, all those cards are limited by the 2GB frame buffer, even at 1080p, so I'd be remiss not to mention the HD 7970/7950 as alternatives, especially for GTA V where that extra VRAM can come in pretty handy for running higher texture settings. Someone actually accepted my offer for the equivalent of $47US on a GTX 670 a few weeks ago (didn't take, but that's besides the point) so that would look to be a pretty budget-conscious choice. Performance should be a tiny bit worse than a 1050ti.

    If you're limited by power or really want to be a cheapskate, you could try a GTX 660 since it will be pretty cheap and should only need a single 6 pin connector, as opposed to all the others I listed which usually run a 6+8.
    CPU - R7 1700 @ 3.9GHz | Motherboard- Asus Crosshair VI Hero | RAM - G.Skill Trident Z 16GB 3200MHz | GPU - Asus GTX 1080 Strix | Case - Fractal Define R5 | Boot Drive - Samsung 500GB 850 Evo | Storage - Mushkin Reaktor 1TB, HGST Deskstar 4TB, Seagate Barracuda 1TB  | PSU - Seasonic x-750 750W | Display - Asus PB258Q 25" 1440p |  Cooling - Noctua NH-D15

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