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Hey guys i was wondering if i could get some opinions from others about which route i should take for building my nxt pc. I'm looking for something that will be future-proof but also not breaking the bank. I know this is an AMD/ATI thread but hear me out first please. I'm currently looking at this card right now http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130683 and was thinking should i be looking at any AMD/ATI cards? Soo help me out guys i really need some input!

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If you want bang for the buck, go with a GTX 470 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814125351 - cheaper, overclocks well, has more memory, supports tri-sli and will run cooler and quieter. Just my 2 cents
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yeah understandable and i check the card that thing looks huge my case is only a mid tower. its the old thermaltake armor jr case sooo idk.
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Its 1/2 an inch longer (560ti is 9 inches, 470 is 9 1/2 inches) - most cases can fit a 10 inch card at least
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