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I think I will go with the 560ti 448 core then. I think buying a 580 Would be stupid, since its the price of a 670, and is almost 2 years old.
Yup if GTX580's price is the same with GTX670 then it is not worth smile.gif really not worth!!! Go get GTX560Ti 448 while they are available with good price...and goodluck thumb.gif
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Yup if GTX580's price is the same with GTX670 then it is not worth smile.gif really not worth!!! Go get GTX560Ti 448 while they are available with good price...and goodluck thumb.gif
I'm not entirely sure about buying either one... My PC renders videos just fine now, and I don't even think most of my games support PhysX. I might want to wait it out, until the 7xx series cards come out in like 4 months.
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I'm not entirely sure about buying either one... My PC renders videos just fine now, and I don't even think most of my games support PhysX. I might want to wait it out, until the 7xx series cards come out in like 4 months.
Hmmm good choice jeremy smile.gif better wait for GTX700 series for better gaming with PhysX although there are a few games supported by PhysX. I too wanna wait and see for HD8870 smile.gif I heard it will be at $279 and performance is comparable with GTX680. And also if GTX700 arrived then GTX600 series will be much cheaper so maybe I would upgrade to GTX670 PE ^_^
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