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nice catch biggrin.gif

thanky thumb.gif it's the small details that can make alot of the differences wink.gif

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You could also grab a brand new GTX480. wink.gif $220, and its the same exact performance as a GTX570.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130759
After overclocks, it'll also meet or beat a stock GTX580 as well. I'd go for the 480 personally, unless you can jump to a 580 used somewhere. If not, then the 570.

well it was dubbed the teh 580 since thats where the 580 derived from but with better power consumption and cooling, just a tad faster then the 480 tho smile.gif

GTX 480 and GTX 570 both share 480 CUDA Cores. The difference between the two is the VRAM and power consumption obviously, which the 480 is nowhere NEAR the power monster everybody makes it out to be. Its not that much louder or hotter than a 580.

I stand by my recommendation earlier. Grab that GTX 480 for $220 shipped, and call it a day. If not, the 570 will be just as good, just missing a little bit of the VRAM (not a big deal). Or look for a used 580.
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You could also grab a brand new GTX480. wink.gif $220, and its the same exact performance as a GTX570.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130759
After overclocks, it'll also meet or beat a stock GTX580 as well. I'd go for the 480 personally, unless you can jump to a 580 used somewhere. If not, then the 570.
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cheaper 570 imo. Have you taken a look at used cards? You can really get your moneys worth with used cards IMO

Im gonna take a look at them thanks smile.gif
hopefully there is many Canadians in the used section
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i had nearly the same issue the other week i chose the 570 and i love it

glad you liked it so far GTX 570 is kicking the others


- I forgot to mention that Im planning on using two monitors soon, and sound level is a bit concern to me sleepysmileyanim.gif
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You could also grab a brand new GTX480. wink.gif $220, and its the same exact performance as a GTX570.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130759
After overclocks, it'll also meet or beat a stock GTX580 as well. I'd go for the 480 personally, unless you can jump to a 580 used somewhere. If not, then the 570.
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cheaper 570 imo. Have you taken a look at used cards? You can really get your moneys worth with used cards IMO

Im gonna take a look at them thanks smile.gif
hopefully there is many Canadians in the used section
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i had nearly the same issue the other week i chose the 570 and i love it

glad you liked it so far GTX 570 is kicking the others


- I forgot to mention that Im planning on using two monitors soon, and sound level is a bit concern to me sleepysmileyanim.gif

Easy fix! Grab that GTX 480 for $220 (seriously, that's cheaper than used prices, and that's a NEW card)....and with the money saved, grab an Accelero Extreme cooler for it. thumb.gif It'll be near silent at full fan speeds, load temps of around 60*C, overclock like a beast, and you'll have 1.5GB of VRAM which is already MORE than enough for 1080p despite what other people seem to think.

I'm at 2560x1600, and I have a hard time using more than 1-1.5GB of VRAM in any game I try to play on my 7970.
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Easy fix! Grab that GTX 480 for $220 (seriously, that's cheaper than used prices, and that's a NEW card)....and with the money saved, grab an Accelero Extreme cooler for it. thumb.gif It'll be near silent at full fan speeds, load temps of around 60*C, overclock like a beast, and you'll have 1.5GB of VRAM which is already MORE than enough for 1080p despite what other people seem to think.
I'm at 2560x1600, and I have a hard time using more than 1-1.5GB of VRAM in any game I try to play on my 7970.

really appreciate your suggestion however in Canada the whole thing is gonna cost me around $340 + shipping redface.gif
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I'd opt for a GTX560 Ti for 1080p gaming. It handles most everything I throw at it (within reason) admirably. In fact, it's making itself very difficult to justify replacing tongue.gif Even the reference designs run cool and quiet, which is something you cannot say about the GTX570 and HD6900 reference cards.

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The GTX570's are both identical except stock clock speeds (which are easy to overclock anyway). The GTX570 will be the strongest card out of all 4. Since you're only at 1920x1080, its got more than enough VRAM as well, so you don't NEED the 2GB of VRAM that the 6970 has (plus the 6970 is weaker anyway).
Get the cheaper 570. wink.gif Strongest option there.

Pretty sure Crysis and BF3 use like 1.6gb of my VRAM at full HD

Oh, and 6970, much better (quieter/less heat) card
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GTX 480 and GTX 570 both share 480 CUDA Cores. The difference between the two is the VRAM and power consumption obviously, which the 480 is nowhere NEAR the power monster everybody makes it out to be. Its not that much louder or hotter than a 580.
I stand by my recommendation earlier. Grab that GTX 480 for $220 shipped, and call it a day. If not, the 570 will be just as good, just missing a little bit of the VRAM (not a big deal). Or look for a used 580.

He hit the mark right here. The 480 or the 570.
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The GTX570's are both identical except stock clock speeds (which are easy to overclock anyway). The GTX570 will be the strongest card out of all 4. Since you're only at 1920x1080, its got more than enough VRAM as well, so you don't NEED the 2GB of VRAM that the 6970 has (plus the 6970 is weaker anyway).
Get the cheaper 570. wink.gif Strongest option there.

Pretty sure Crysis and BF3 use like 1.6gb of my VRAM at full HD

Oh, and 6970, much better (quieter/less heat) card

I can't speak for BF3, as I refuse to bend over for EA...

But Crysis, pretty sure I max out around 1200MB of VRAM usage at 2560x1600, maxed out, with a ton of graphical mods and high res textures.
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I'd wait to see how good the HD7870 and HD7850 turn out to be which are supposed to be released this month at Cebit 2012 (between March 6 and 10).
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For dual displays, unless both are the same resolution (and often even if they are) get a dirt cheap GPU for the secondary display. You can't multi-screen game with 2, so your second will be used for things like vent/Teamspeak/mumble or maps etc. Use the 4670 you already have for it, as the cheapest solution is the one you already have. With one screen on each GPU, it will keep your gaming screen as fast as possible, with the lowest GPU temps (which will keep the noise down too). Don't worry about using both AMD and Nvidia, it works fine together, I used a 3450 as secondary GPU for some extra screens when I only had one GTX460, it worked perfectly.
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