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The GTX 650 is coming out soon. The GTX 480 is the current best $200 graphics card until that one comes out.
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Get the EVGA GTX 560 . For your budget the GTX 560 is the best card. EVGA has the best customer support among Nvidia cards.

http://novosibirsk.e2e4online.ru/shop/catalog/item/?id=256137
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Originally Posted by raghu78 View Post

Get the EVGA GTX 560 . For your budget the GTX 560 is the best card. EVGA has the best customer support among Nvidia cards.
http://novosibirsk.e2e4online.ru/shop/catalog/item/?id=256137
With a $200 budget, a 7850 or a 480 will beat it.
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Got to remember, he has only 500w to play with. I wouldn't run a 480 on 500 watts.

I could live with a 560 on that, though.

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Got to remember, he has only 500w to play with. I wouldn't run a 480 on 500 watts.
I could live with a 560 on that, though.
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I missed that; go for a 7850, then.
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With a $200 budget, a 7850 or a 480 will beat it.

OP is not from US. The shop he linked to has GTX 560 for just below USD 200 . HD 7850 is more costlier. his currency rate is $1 = 32 RUB

You could also consider this card. it uses a custom cooler design. ASUS GTX 560 Direct Cu II Top

http://novosibirsk.e2e4online.ru/shop/catalog/item/?id=235899

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_560_TOP_Direct_Cu_II/
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1540/1/

The advantage is this cooler will be more efficient than the EVGA one. So think about it and decide.
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How in the world did you manage to play any games with 8800 GT on a 1920x1080 120hz monitor?????
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Originally Posted by raghu78 View Post

OP is not from US. The shop he linked to has GTX 560 for just below USD 200 . HD 7850 is more costlier. his currency rate is $1 = 32 RUB
You could also consider this card. it uses a custom cooler design. ASUS GTX 560 Direct Cu II Top
http://novosibirsk.e2e4online.ru/shop/catalog/item/?id=235899
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_560_TOP_Direct_Cu_II/
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1540/1/
The advantage is this cooler will be more efficient than the EVGA one. So think about it and decide.
This 7850 is a little over $200

http://novosibirsk.e2e4online.ru/shop/catalog/item/?id=305867
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