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Upgrading graphics card

In the last month I got a problem at win10.When I start certain games I don't see the content of some windows interface.Like when I click right I don't see anything,or if I click on a drop down there isn't showing anything unless if I wait like 30s.If I close the AMD processes they begin to show.

I got this peace of art


I thought to buy this one
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NCG-brand-new-in-box-MSI-GeForce-GT-730-2GB-video-card-graphic-card-V809-001R-/282547159193?epid=1956641140&hash=item41c91f8099:g:XssAAOSwq~tZU5rD
or
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Low-Profile-ASUS-NVIDIA-GeForce-GT-710-2-GB-Graphics-Card-VGA-DVI-HDMI-710-2-SL-/201641982591?epid=1456623988&hash=item2ef2cc7a7f:g:KnMAAOSw32lYynGM

Also when I start the computer I hear a single beep .Can it come from the graphics card?
What compatible and similar graphics can you recomand for like 80$ ?
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  1. That doesn't really help. I would not recommend going with a card that is on the same caliber as the one you have.

    But your limiting factor may be your CPU. What are your full computer specs?
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  2. The cpu is a dual core 3,3GHz i3 ,4gb ram dd3 .I thought to take the ssd from the laptop to boost it up but I am scared that will get too much dust

    Forgot to say that the display is 1080p and the maximum render size is 1080 from the gpu
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    Well there's your issue. You are using some old tech for one. You may want to consider re-installing Windows to get clean it up a bit. I wouldn't recommend upgrading your GPU unless you are stepping into GTX territory. The GTX 750 Ti is still a good card to have, but for that price a GTX 1050 Ti would be the better choice.
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  4. I considered that as a solution,but I can't backup 500Gbs of data,also if is a problem at drivers then the gpu driver is the problem but I think that I overclock it with the resolution so I must change it. The beep that appears when I start the computer is from graphics card?
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  5. tester11 said:
    I considered that as a solution,but I can't backup 500Gbs of data,also if is a problem at drivers then the gpu driver is the problem but I think that I overclock it with the resolution so I must change it. The beep that appears when I start the computer is from graphics card?


    Most likely, that beep is letting you know your system passed the POST (power on self test). If you have multiple beeps, then that's an issue.

    Again, I don't think it drivers. You are certainly welcome to update, but if you have a bunch of useless "crap" on your computer, it can slow it down. Running a defrag could possibly help if you don't want to install.
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  6. C is 1% defragmented, if you say that the problem with UI dissapearing isn't from the gpu performance maybe I should upgrade drivers and maybe clean it with compressed air
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  7. Cleaning out your system does help.

    I would also check the health of your drive: https://www.maketecheasier.com/check-hard-disk-health-windows/
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  8. No errors,it is just lagging ,that gtx has 4gbs gddr5 can handle more than 4 times than mine,could be a good option.Thanks for help !
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