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yeah, title says it all....
    
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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/547?vs=548
 
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This review should help:

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/543?vs=548

I bougt myself the HD 7870 and I'm running everything on full. Lowest FPS I've gotten was around 40 FPS in METRO 2033 on ultra but that's expected. BF3 averages at 75 FPS on ultra. The HD 7870 is an amazing GPU and I have no regrets after buying it. Definitely the best value for money IMO.
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yeah, title says it all....

dude you are comparing too many options. let me ask you this will you ever upgrade your monitor to 1080p ?
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2 GPU is too many options ?
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2 GPU is too many options ?

you havent's seen the earlier threads

http://www.overclock.net/t/1265541/best-gpu-for-1360x768-resolution

http://www.overclock.net/t/1265241/i5-2500k-hd-6870-vs-i3-2100-hd-7870
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Originally Posted by raghu78 View Post

dude you are comparing too many options. let me ask you this will you ever upgrade your monitor to 1080p ?

yeah, i was having 2 options in building my future rig..

first is to have an i5 and a gtx 560 ti(most favored) and second is to have a i3 and a 7870

i have many gpu options so i can make sure of my budget and so that i won't have any satisfaction shortage.... i mean i might not be satisfied if i make the wrong choice, so i made possible options to choose from and choose the best that will be favored to pro's like you...

my first option is to have an i5 and combine it with mid-ranged, semi-high end cards, and those are 6950's, 560 ti, 7850 and so on...
my 2nd option is to have an i3 and combine it with high-end cards, like the 7870....

and oh, im not planning to upgrade my monitor, i am satisfied with this, so i wanna choose the best card that will make games FLY on this resolution, i know those options are overkill for my resolution, but i wanna choose the best and most futureproof..

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This review should help:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/543?vs=548
I bougt myself the HD 7870 and I'm running everything on full. Lowest FPS I've gotten was around 40 FPS in METRO 2033 on ultra but that's expected. BF3 averages at 75 FPS on ultra. The HD 7870 is an amazing GPU and I have no regrets after buying it. Definitely the best value for money IMO.

oh there it is, i was looking for websites that can accurately benchmark cards..

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