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Poll Results: gtx 560 Ti OR HD 6950

Poll expired: Oct 3, 2011  
  • 39% (94)
    GeForce GTX 560 Ti
  • 58% (142)
    Radeon HD 6950
  • 2% (5)
    Other
241 Total Votes  
post #101 of 122
The results between 1GB and 2GB are NIL at HD resolution. However anything higher will benefit.
AMD does have MLAA natively as well.
Edited by chinesekiwi - 9/5/11 at 7:38pm
post #102 of 122
My preference would be the GTRX 560Ti with 120Hz monitor for 3D vision gaming and 3D Blu-ray movies. Nice entertainment system.
     
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The results between 1GB and 2GB are NIL at HD resolution. However anything higher will benefit.
AMD does have MLAA natively as well.
I figure you're right on the mark with this comment, but the price difference was only like $10 between the 1gb and the 2gb, and who knows what kind of memory hogs future games will be. Also, I think the resale value of the 2 gb model will be higher, if I ever need to change the card again.
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I figure you're right on the mark with this comment, but the price difference was only like $10 between the 1gb and the 2gb, and who knows what kind of memory hogs future games will be. Also, I think the resale value of the 2 gb model will be higher, if I ever need to change the card again.
I think the price difference worth it since one day you might want to add 2-3 more monitors to your rigs and then you will need the bigger buffer. Also, you need more RAM as you add AA and AF to the equation.
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My preference would be the GTRX 560Ti with 120Hz monitor for 3D vision gaming and 3D Blu-ray movies. Nice entertainment system.
Hmm... I assume GTRX is a combination of GTR and GTX
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Hmm... I assume GTRX is a combination of GTR and GTX
Yeah I meant GTX - fingers hiccuped on keyboard.
     
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First of all applogies for bumping up a old thread ..

I planning to replace my ati5770 with a either 6950 or 560ti/570.. I never had any problems with ati till date.. but cant be said the same about nvidia(used only 9xxx series)..

The only thing that still cant decide is CUDA and physx which nvidia offers.. I have dual monitors and usually play stratery/simulation games one while do the rest on the other ..

So my question is when do these(CUDA and physx) apply? Does the application/games need to support this feature or is it completely sw independent??

If i were to mutitask will the CUDA have kick in and any difference??!!.. My knowledge abt CUDA and physx ia only what i read in wikipedia.. biggrin.gif
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First of all applogies for bumping up a old thread ..
I planning to replace my ati5770 with a either 6950 or 560ti/570.. I never had any problems with ati till date.. but cant be said the same about nvidia(used only 9xxx series)..
The only thing that still cant decide is CUDA and physx which nvidia offers.. I have dual monitors and usually play stratery/simulation games one while do the rest on the other ..
So my question is when do these(CUDA and physx) apply? Does the application/games need to support this feature or is it completely sw independent??
If i were to mutitask will the CUDA have kick in and any difference??!!.. My knowledge abt CUDA and physx ia only what i read in wikipedia.. biggrin.gif

CUDA is for GPGPU, aka letting GPU doing CPU work. Not related to gaming.

PhysX isn't something you should consider either, few game use it. And for those that do PhysX doesn't add good eye candy to it.

Multiple monitor support is better on AMD side.
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They are both about the same. Just aim for the 2GB versions of either. If you go with the 6950, aim for a Reference one, which means you'll have to buy used. Otherwise, there is the Sapphire Toxic Edition, but those aren't guaranteed.
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CUDA is for GPGPU, aka letting GPU doing CPU work. Not related to gaming.
PhysX isn't something you should consider either, few game use it. And for those that do PhysX doesn't add good eye candy to it.
Multiple monitor support is better on AMD side.

Thanks for the input..
I do understand about GPGPU.. but what i dont really understand is when is that this works?? Is it always sharing the work from CPU ,assuming that GPu does more of graphics processing or am i wrong here that i does share the work of CPU.
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They are both about the same. Just aim for the 2GB versions of either. If you go with the 6950, aim for a Reference one, which means you'll have to buy used. Otherwise, there is the Sapphire Toxic Edition, but those aren't guaranteed.

Thanks for the heads up..
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