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There's a GTX 580 CUII somewhere on the forums for $425 right now. I'd go with that IMO, I don't see the point of SSD's until your system is capable of handling most games at max settings.
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post #12 of 16
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im pretty sure i can play at good setting's on a gtx 460 i will buy a better gpu when i upgrade my cpu or monitor...or prolly both...right now i don't see a reason to buy a faster gpu Wish games became multi-threaded then maybe i will upgrade my proccy
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SSd was best upgrade bang for buck that I have done
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SSd was best upgrade bang for buck that I have done
Amen.

Can't go wrong with a SSD, who wants to wait for windows and programs to load?!
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Hey guys i just checked rates for Gtx 460 and 6870 vapor-x both almost same for me here in India...which is better ?
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ohk i got myself a deal on a 2 weeks old Sapphire 6970 2gb for 300$ which goes for 425$ here in India...so im buying that
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