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I suggest 2 specific GTX560 Ti models:-

a. Galaxy GTX560 Ti (costs US$190 after MIR)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814162074

b. EVGA GTX560 Ti (costs US$192 after MIR)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130634
Sucks bout the MIR. If it wasn't for that I'd get one of those.
post #12 of 39
u would only get like and extra 5/6 fps from a gtx 460 1gb to a 560 ti,ive seen the benchmarks its just not worth it,but its ur decision
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post #13 of 39
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Only twice today

And a little comment on the 2 cards:-
Galaxy has a slightly higher factory pre-overclocking and better cooler.
EVGA has better (lifetime?) warranty.
Lol, i was participating in both threads, so i had a sense of Deja Vu!

hehe
post #14 of 39
You could buy a gtx 480 card used. There pretty beast. I just upgraded to the 580 myself so my 480 will either become a dedicated phys card or I'll end up selling it. But either way u can't go wrong with the 480

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post #15 of 39
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eeehm 6950 2GB?
tell me where i can find this 200$ 6950 2gb brand new?
post #16 of 39
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I'd say it is, might as well use your entire budget, though the increase from a 460 to non Ti 560 is about 15% I think, from what Nvidia has been saying, but I consider that worth it, but, if you decide on a 460 wait till the non Ti 560 has been released then the 460 will drop in price.
Yeah I see what you mean might as well buy the faster of the two while I have the money. Plus from what I heard the 560(nonti) is suppose to be 10%-15% faster than the 460 1gb which is pretty good in my opinion.
post #17 of 39
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Yeah I see what you mean might as well buy the faster of the two while I have the money. Plus from what I heard the 560(nonti) is suppose to be 10%-15% faster than the 460 1gb which is pretty good in my opinion.
the 560Ti has more Cuda cores, and is a great OC'er...

its also about 10-30% faster then the 470
post #18 of 39
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the 560Ti has more Cuda cores, and is a great OC'er...

its also about 15-30% faster then the 470
We're talking about non TI versions, 560 Ti is beyond his budget.
 
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i got my asus 560ti for 179? open box


awesome card


but yea the non ti version gogo
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eeehm 6950 2GB?
This these are amazing value for money cards, if they area just over $200 save your money, you wont regret it.
    
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