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Hate to do this but I could use a nudge in the right direction. I'm planning on upgrading my graphics performance but I'm torn on what to do. One idea is to add a second 560 in SLI. Or second, get a higher end card, and I'm not partial to Nvidia, I've used Radeon cards in the past and love them too. But lately, drivers seem to be a bit buggy for Nvidia right now which has me looking to a Radeon card. To help you help me, let me give you some more info on future plans that would impact this decision. I do plan on running multiple monitors, at least two 24". So, I have a budget of about $325 for this upgrade. Please don't respond with "You should update that FX 4100 instead." Yes, I know. But since I can't return it to Newegg for refund and given all the bad press it has gotten which means Ebay is out of the question as well, I'm just going to have to keep it. If anyone here has performance benches with two 560 non Ti's, please chime in. Seems like two 560's should be pretty fast.
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dude, there is NO point at all having adding a 560 to youre setup, it willl be bottlenecked, hell even the current 560 you have might be getting bottlenecked

*in sneaky voice* just try the 4100 on ebay, and have in big bold letters QUAD CORE!
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Hate to do this but I could use a nudge in the right direction. I'm planning on upgrading my graphics performance but I'm torn on what to do. One idea is to add a second 560 in SLI. Or second, get a higher end card, and I'm not partial to Nvidia, I've used Radeon cards in the past and love them too. But lately, drivers seem to be a bit buggy for Nvidia right now which has me looking to a Radeon card. To help you help me, let me give you some more info on future plans that would impact this decision. I do plan on running multiple monitors, at least two 24". So, I have a budget of about $325 for this upgrade. Please don't respond with "You should update that FX 4100 instead." Yes, I know. But since I can't return it to Newegg for refund and given all the bad press it has gotten which means Ebay is out of the question as well, I'm just going to have to keep it. If anyone here has performance benches with two 560 non Ti's, please chime in. Seems like two 560's should be pretty fast.

I recommend that you wait at least until the new nvidia and AMD cards come out. Not only will nvidia's cards possibly (if the new rumours are true) be much faster, the old ones will be cheaper. $325 seems like a good price for an Asus 6950 Direct CU II. If you plan on SLIing 560Ti's which I recommend if you are planning on using multiple monitors, then keep in mind that your VRAM will stay the same. Also playing FPS games with two monitors isn't ideal... thumb.gif

EDIT: I didn't see the processor lol. I recommend you upgrade to a far better processor like a 2500k first. This will allow you to have a far better experience with your current GPU. You might be able to do this within your budget too. thumb.gif
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EDIT: I didn't see the processor lol. I recommend you upgrade to a far better processor like a 2500k first. This will allow you to have a far better experience with your current GPU. You might be able to do this within your budget too. thumb.gif

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Nothing wrong with an FX-4100 man, don't listen to those guys. Benchmarks show that it is on par or better than a Phenom II 955, and the 4100 is cheaper too. Considering that the 955 is a former flagship, and the 4100 is the bottom of the FX series, that says a lot about that little chip.

Anyway, onto the original question: Wait about a month-ish for the 7000's to be released. You can then either get a 79xx, or get a 69xx once the prices drop.
If you're going to be gaming across multiple monitors, then you need a card with at least 2GB, which means a Radeon x9xx card. Adding a second 560 won't do you much good, if any.
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I would love to switch to a i5 2500k and z68 setup. But, switching to a HD6950 2gb card looks pretty good right now.
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I would love to switch to a i5 2500k and z68 setup. But, switching to a HD6950 2gb card looks pretty good right now.

Two 560 Ti's will be bottlenecked on the FX. However, you can minimize that by pushing a reasonable OC. There is no point "upgrading" to a 6950, since it's at par with the 560, performance-wise. Also why the need for an upgrade? the 560 Ti is plenty good for now and i'd suggest waiting for the 7xxx line, as far as a GPU upgrade goes.
What resolution are you on?
Edited by PunkX 1 - 12/18/11 at 9:01pm
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Two 560 Ti's will be bottlenecked on the FX. However, you can minimize that by pushing a reasonable OC. There is no point "upgrading" to a 6950, since it's at par with the 560, performance-wise. Also why the need for an upgrade? the 560 Ti is plenty good for now and i'd suggest waiting for the 7xxx line, as far as a GPU upgrade goes.
What resolution are you on?

My current resolution is 1920x1080. I have a stable OC of 4600mhz . BTW, how can I tell if I am "bottlenecking"??
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My current resolution is 1920x1080. I have a stable OC of 4600mhz . BTW, how can I tell if I am "bottlenecking"??

The GPU is bottlenecked when CPU usage is maxed out but GPU usage is not even close.
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The GPU is bottlenecked when CPU usage is maxed out but GPU usage is not even close.

Oh, well then I am def not bottlenecking. During BF3 my GPU was 99% and CPU averaged 60-70%.

On Batman Arkham City, GPU high 90's and CPU averaged 50-65%.
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