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post #2 of 38
Definitely the 560 Ti.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforce-gtx-560-ti-review/14

And look at other games on there and other reviews for the same card. Wins over 6870 across the board...but the 6950 beats it for a similar price.
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560Ti hands down. It competes with the HD6950. wink.gif
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+1 to the 560Ti, but for the price I'd get the 6950 because its the same price range.
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560ti, smile.gif
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6870 is about 5 percent slower than 560 Ti. However, the 560 Ti is usually priced closer to the 6950.

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Edited by Riou - 10/9/11 at 10:14am
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I'm getting that for my son. The 560 GTX. He has an e7400 with Asus P5Q SE/R motherboard. And I got it overclocked to 3.4. Maybe the 560 GTX bottlenecks slightly but there will be headroom if I want to upgrade his processor. And it comes with the new Batman game. Which would be a cool game to have.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121446
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If it wasnt a bye week I would say Tony go to sleep you have a game in a few hours. As for the card, 560Ti easy as others have said. 560Ti is equal to GTX 470 or HD 6950. HD 6870 is more along the GTX 560 and HD 5850 in terms of performance.

The card you linked was a GTX 560 not a 560Ti. I would still take a 560 over a 6870 though.
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Originally Posted by Tony Romo;15232990 
I'm getting that for my son. The 560 GTX. He has an e7400 with Asus P5Q SE/R motherboard. And I got it overclocked to 3.4. Maybe the 560 GTX bottlenecks slightly but there will be headroom if I want to upgrade his processor. And it comes with the new Batman game. Which would be a cool game to have.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121446

Get the ti not the regular. If you are getting the non ti grab a 460 off the market they are the same thing.
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Originally Posted by Tony Romo;15232990 
I'm getting that for my son. The 560 GTX. He has an e7400 with Asus P5Q SE/R motherboard. And I got it overclocked to 3.4. Maybe the 560 GTX bottlenecks slightly but there will be headroom if I want to upgrade his processor. And it comes with the new Batman game. Which would be a cool game to have.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121446

thats not the TI, thats a completely different. I'd still get the 6950, the XFX ones come with Dirt 3.

if its between the 560 (non TI) and the 6870, get the 6870, it is a way better card.
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