I have a pretty good i-5 intel with 64 but windows 10 and 403gb of free disk space but I can't run any games because I have a horrible graphics card. I'm looking for a affordable card with decent output.
Dack Bandriff: If your PSU provides enough power and you are willing to go with a used card. You should be able the find a GeForce GTX 760 4GB for that price without too much difficulty. If you are patient and snipe bid. You can even pick up a GTX 770 4GB for very close to $100. Usually they go closer to $130 but occasionally they are a steal at $100.
If it must be new. Even the much slower GTX 750 is a little over a $100. If you were able to spend that you'd be better off with a Radeon Rx 460 2GB.
With a hard limit of $100. The absolute fastest you will find is a Radeon R7 360 2GB.
Personally I'd go the used route if you have the PSU. You'll get more for the money. Even without the PSU. You could pick up a used GTX 760 2GB for under $75 and a used 80 plus 450w or higher PSU for $25 from a good brand like Corsair or EVGA.
Either a GTX 750 or Radeon R7 260X/360 . Nvidia just came out with the GTX 1050, It's a bit more than $100, but offers performance on par with the GTX 960. . If I were you I'd save up until you get around $225. Buying low end stuff just means you have to replace it sooner. The best bang for the buck is around the $250-$300 price range. There's not much value when it comes to low end GPUs. Look at it this way, why buy a $95 video card when you can nearly double the performance for around $40 more? To me that's a no brainier.
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Your not going to find one at that price.
Look at the games you want to play and see what they require. That will be your guide for a Video Card.
Your looking at $300 + for a good one.
Not going to get a good one at that price. Save up and get something around the the 300-400$ price range.