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post #31 of 42
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Any differences between these two:

http://tms.co.il/product/8827 - SAPPHIRE HD 6870 for 873 NIS

http://tms.co.il/product/9246 - Gigabyte HD 6870 for 905 NIS
post #32 of 42
460 GTX but with good Cooling
post #33 of 42
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Originally Posted by EpoXi View Post
Any differences between these two:

http://tms.co.il/product/8827 - SAPPHIRE HD 6870 for 873 NIS

http://tms.co.il/product/9246 - Gigabyte HD 6870 for 905 NIS
Either 1 of those 6870s would be okay...really no difference between the 2. I would buy the Sapphire because of the lower price if your final decision is between those gpus.
post #34 of 42
I would take the top 1, because it has superior cooling.
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post #35 of 42
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Okay so lets narroy it down - from what I know physX is not that importent, so lets say its performance I prefer.

I can afford the 6870, now the question is how far can I take it with OC compare to how far I can take the 6850 with OC - I ask because I heard that the 6870 is closer to its limits even with OC.
I own both a XFX HD 6850 and XFX HD 6870. Using Trixx to add a little voltage, both OC to a similar level and will bust 1Ghz on the core stable and 1150 or better on the memory. My 6870 does OC a bit better but not a lot, but I got the 6850 super cheap so it was the better deal and offers pretty dang good performance.
post #36 of 42
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Got a nice offer for the GTX 560 Ti.

Would it be okay with my PSU Seasonic S12II 500W - two 17A 12V?
post #37 of 42
Definitely, that PSU will handle a 560Ti with no problems.

Just don't SLI.
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post #38 of 42
Last time I checked you can't SLI on that chipset..... But I might be retarded.

I'd go for the 6870, if you have a mid tower case get the gigabyte, otherwise get the sapphire

also mine overclocked to 1GHz pretty easily, and it can run anything i throw at it
post #39 of 42
560Ti > 6870
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post #40 of 42
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560Ti > 6870
True, but as far as the 3 he listed originally go the 6870 would be the best
560ti ~ 6950 1gb
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