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Right, so i currently have GTX275. Is it worth replacing with GTX 560 Ti or GTX570? I am playing games on 1920x1200 and basicly all i will need from this card is to run BF3 on full details.

Is it overall worth it? Will i gain noticable boost in FPS, or should i just rather upgrade my hdd and finally get a SSD?
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Yes very much so!

If you use AA you will notice a big diffrence
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I'd say yes, even more so if you can get a decent amount for your current card, unless you plan to use it for PhysX
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I think i could get decent amount for my GTX 275, its in perfect shape.

Which model would you guys recommend? I'v been looking at MSI N570GTX Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC
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You basically can't go wrong w/ any GTX 570, even the reference ones are nice and quiet to
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cant go wrong with the twin frozr III, the direct CU from Asus are also nice.
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Definately worth the upgrade however as for BF3...who knows what anyone can run yet. DICE have apparantly stated that there hasnt been a PC built that can run it at max settings but i think its more speculation really. Anyway, the game is going to be optimized for PC very well and you should get a good FPS with the upgrade!
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post #8 of 40
You can't go wrong with a high-end 560 Ti or a 570.
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At 1920x1200 res you will benefit from any 5 series card. Stock GTX275 performance is roughly equal to a stock GTX460 768MB (minus the DX11 support).
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/169?vs=156

GTX460 768MB to GTX570 is a substantial step up.
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/315?vs=306

Personally I was waiting for Kepler GPUs as a BF3 upgrade before TSMC screwed it up... now it looks like late Q1 2012 for Keplers.
The revised 5 series Fermis are quite good compared to the hotter 4 series Fermis, but the 28nm die shrink and enhancements in Kepler will be really nice.
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At 1920x1200 res you will benefit from any 5 series card. Stock GTX275 performance is roughly equal to a stock GTX460 768MB (minus the DX11 support).
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/169?vs=156

GTX460 768MB to GTX570 is a substantial step up.
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/315?vs=306

Personally I was waiting for Kepler GPUs as a BF3 upgrade before TSMC screwed it up... now it looks like late Q1 2012 for Keplers.
The revised 5 series Fermis are quite good compared to the hotter 4 series Fermis, but the 28nm die shrink and enhancements in Kepler will be really nice.
Yeah. I have the EVGA FTW edition.

I was just not sure whether its now the right time to make the upgrade or wait till the BF3 its released and prices (maybe) drop a little bit.
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