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I have a question: Tom's Hardware's most recent "Best Graphics Cards" chart recommended that instead of getting a 460/6850 at the $160/$170 pricepoint, a 560 for only 20 bucks more would be a better deal. Is this true? From what I've seen, the general consensus here is that the 560 isn't worth the money.
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my budget is around $44-60 for a new PSU. that Rapter II is $44.

unfortunately, that VX550 one is not available here.

how 'bout the Coolermaster GX550 - $64? is that good?
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my budget is around $44-60 for a new PSU. that Rapter II is $44.

unfortunately, that VX550 one is not available here.

how 'bout the Coolermaster GX550 - $64? is that good?
The GX series isn't very good as a whole
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post #34 of 38
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my budget is around $44-60 for a new PSU. that Rapter II is $44.

unfortunately, that VX550 one is not available here.

how 'bout the Coolermaster GX550 - $64? is that good?
its not gud...but its not bad either...if u dont have any other choices then take it....but pls tell from where do u buy stuff,i mean the website and what r the choices available to u?????
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www.pcx.com.ph <--- here
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460 for sure.
    
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heya its me again. i just wanna ask,

does Cuda Cores really helps the CPU in rendering/encoding video's? i dont know if its true. all i know when it comes to rendering, the CPU does all the work.

if thats the case, should i go for the GTX 460?
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Here is a site with some really good deals if you dont mind getting a card with out all the extra cables that you more than likey have too many of anyway
http://www.evga.com/products/prodlist.asp?switch=20
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