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Which nVidia card is best for me?

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Which nVidia card is best for me? i want it to pack some punch by itself on BF3 and Assassins creed and maybe batman arkham city, then in a year i want to get another copy and go triple monitor. im also open to Tri-SLI if its a good idea...
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Right. Name your budget, and your current motherboard and power supply. Also tell us where you are in the world?

Use this link to tell us what you have right now. That way we can tell you what you need.

More generally, the GTX560 and GTX560Ti is the lowest worthwhile card to start a surround setup with. A GTX570 or 580 is far better. You need 2 cards to run surround on Nvidia, or a dual GPU card.
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Right. Name your budget, and your current motherboard and power supply. Also tell us where you are in the world?

Use this link to tell us what you have right now. That way we can tell you what you need.

More generally, the GTX560 and GTX560Ti is the lowest worthwhile card to start a surround setup with. A GTX570 or 580 is far better. You need 2 cards to run surround on Nvidia, or a dual GPU card.
Well i haven't built the system yet but the power supply will probly be 750 or 850 but i could go higher, budget is around 250 a card, motherboard will support sli, its an asus p8z68-v gen 3

also, whats the difference between 560 Ti and 560? they also need to be 2GB cards and when i was looking at AMD i decided on the 6950.
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The GTX560 is an improved GTX460, the GTX560Ti is way better, about the same power as the GTX470.
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