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560ti since you don't plan on using AA, save the rest of your cash for a future upgrade.
^this.

I second this opinion.

GTX560 Ti can max out BFBC2, ARMA II at 1080p with no AA.
Of all GTX560 Ti, I suggest Gigabyte SOC which is currently selling at US$245.

Link:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814125369
post #12 of 30
5850 5850 5850
I'd get this card right here. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...apphire%205850

$140 and you'll still be able to max all the games you want. You could get 2 of them if you want some serious overkill.

Look here where 2 destroy a 570. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/303?vs=306
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I would go 6950, flash it and then save up another $100 for crossfire (and I lean Nvidia...)
Well here's one. Ive seen more and I know of someone that had problems but I cant prove that and I'm not digging for more. But in this thread theres more than 1 person with problems. Im sure it wouldnt be hard to find more. And like i said it doesnt happen to everyone or every card.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/971...one-wrong.html

I def think GTX 570 is the winner here.
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post #15 of 30
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Well here's one. Ive seen more and I know of someone that had problems but I cant prove that and I'm not digging for more. But in this thread theres more than 1 person with problems. Im sure it wouldnt be hard to find more. And like i said it doesnt happen to everyone or every card.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/971...one-wrong.html

I def think GTX 570 is the winner here.
I'll agree that the flashing isnt guaranteed, however for the potential to upgrade to cfx I think out weighs the current benefits of a 570
post #16 of 30
More 6950 unlock and shader probs...

http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/100...lash-help.html
post #17 of 30
well cfx 6950 is about 150 more than a GTX 570. And if your spending that much you mights as well go the extra 100 and kick the ish out of the 6950's and get GTX 570 SLI
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More 6950 unlock and shader probs...

http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/100...lash-help.html
People also have problems getting their computers to boot. Does that mean you shouldn't recommend building your own?

By the way, the cards these people are saying you should get are complete overkill for what you're trying to do. Any of these cards that have been listed will not only run on max settings, but run with lots of AA/AF and at higher resolutions then 1080p.

Get the 5850, spend the extra $200 elsewhere.
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Also i second this. If this card is still available you cannot beat that!
post #20 of 30
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People also have problems getting their computers to boot. Does that mean you shouldn't recommend building your own?

Thats operator error unless you a total dip**** and shoved some ddr2 ram in ddr3 dimm slots or somthin. Totally different. HD 6950's werent binned as 6970 because they were borderline on performance.
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