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Be a man and get a 480 / 580 / 570 . . .
    
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My advice is if you want something more better get a 570 and if you want some not more better go with the 560ti. It depends on how many monies you have too.
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post #23 of 24
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Perhaps I should just wait for the 580 to drop price in January..
One huge benefit that I really like with the 580 is that they run a lot cooler than the 480. (And the performance is better too)

Unfortunately I am tied down to single GPU (no SLI) for the time being. I have no idea if a GTX590 would even fit inside of my case.. It looks pretty big!!

So as long as there won't be any bottleneck with my sig rig and a GTX580, I think I will just save up and go with that early next year
    
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post #24 of 24
Seriously.. a 580 in your sig rig? Definitely a bottleneck.

I had a OC q6600 + 560Ti and as soon as I switched to SB 2500k I saw huge performance in BC2.

Get the 560Ti now for $200ish instead of waiting until January for a new card that you won't even take full advantage of. Ncix had a MSI 560Ti on a weekly sale for $199 recently.
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