I have an AMD A10-7850K (3,70ghz) with Radeon 7 graphics.
1. Is it possible to change the graphics card only?
2. If yes, what graphics card would be ok to reach atleast 200fps (constant), only if possible?
Please be serious.
well, 150-160 isnt bad tho, but as I said, a new gpu sadly wont increase the fps that much, only by a small margin. Save up money so that you can upgrade both:) But mostly cpu, if csgo is the only thing you play.
2. i have a gtx1060 and i get 200fps+ at 1080p but it depends on your settings. normally i would say that a gtx1050 or RX470 is enough.
maybe a bit of overclocking of cpu is needed.
but what your current gpu exactly now.
Both. This cpu is average, even whatever card you would have it will be lagging
If you give 20$ more you can buy a used i5 2500(for 100$ which can run all games on high settings without lags. ofc with respectable card) used gtx 750 ti 2gb 70$ and some MOBO with 1155 socket
in this budget its the best option. I dont see better
and man be careful with your PSU. If you have some shit from ''black list'' you should replace it with something with a PSU with reputation. There is no joke with PSU
but its not a big expense (10-20$ for some used 400W Chieftec, Tacens Radic, corsair etc.)
if u want know more why i said this u can read about this on google
i5 2500 is not that much better than a a10-7850k, i would not invest 100,- for upgrade to a i5-2500. i agree gtx1050 is overkill for cs go. but i would still prefer a gtx1050 over a 750 with the a10, for games with low cpu loads and high gpu loads. i had a gtx1060 with a i7-930 @3.7ghz, for a wile and i had still gpu bottle necks sometimes.
i didn't say that gtx 1050 is overkill for CS:GO but for all his PC. even i3 2100+ has better performance than his APU.. its stupid to spend all his money on these cards.. Especially when he can buy a nice i5 + some gtx 750 ti / hd 7870 . For me its better than put some giant cards to this shit APU
Look on back of your Computer and see if there is a dedicated GPU and if there Is not then you should buy one, not only that it would rise your fps but it would also let you play on higher resolutions with good fps
1. Yes. You can't "change" your graphics card since it's integrated into your CPU, you can only turn it off and use a new standalone (aka discrete) graphics card instead. Make sure your motherboard has a PCI Express 16x slot and your PSU is at least 400 watts.
2. Depends on what settings you want to play on. 1920x1080 200 fps requires more power than 1024x768 fps. In order of best option to worst:
1. Nvidia GTX 1060
2. Nvidia GTX 970
3. AMD RX 480
4. AMD RX 470
5. Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti
i-Tec so its no-name psu from China, and even here is not written max W on 12V, if you change your CPU, mobo,gpu i would reccomend you any 400W PSU but only from respected marks (Chieftec, Tacens Radic, Corsair, xfx, ocz) and see the most on 12V line cuz it supplies your GPU and CPU
np. the biggest problem of your PSU is that it doesn't have basic security before tension, etc. if it would have too much tension your PSU will dead and it can take your components ram, gpu, cpu but it depends on your luck :)