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Nah you can't SLI/CrossfireX hybrid with ATi and nVidia tongue.gif
ATi isn't exactly trouncing nVidia, nobody is trouncing anybody. It's just that you can get really fast cards from ATi for cheap - i.e. the HD 7870 would stomp a 560 Ti and most likely a 660 Ti and this one is $195 after rebate.
And it comes with free FarCry 3, so you can test it out in terms of maxing out new games tongue.gif

Saw that deal and just purchased it this morning. It wasn't there last night when I was crusing all the deals.

AMD released the 12.11 drivers, which gave all of their GCN based video cards (HD 7750 and up) a pretty nice little boost in performance, yet prices remain the same. The HD 7870 and 660 Ti trade blows quite a bit, but the 7870 costs about $70 less.

I'm thinking AMD is the current one to beat on the GPU market. Not everyone is going to agree with me on this, but they do have the value and performance crowns at the moment. That's pretty difficult to argue with. thumb.gif
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Galaxy 560 for under $200
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162089

SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition for just under $200
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102983

Just some ideas...good luck shopping. smile.gif

EDIT:
EVGA 660 for $210.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130825
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Not stomp, but it would beat it mainly due to the fact it has a higher memory bandwidth (192-bit vs. 256-bit.)

And yep @ Mad Pistol - AMD currently has the fastest single graphics card smile.gif
    
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Oh wow, if you can get the 7870 for the same price a 560ti, go for it!

The 7870, once overclocked will destroy the 560ti.
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Originally Posted by snipekill2445 View Post

ATI is no longer in the game, called AMD now. tongue.gif
But I agree with others, a 560ti is a good choice, is basically the same as my current 6950, and it runs game on highest settings at 1080P very well. thumb.gif

ha ha. Yeah... back in my day it was called ATI tongue.gif


Ok, then it's looking like a 660 TI if I can find one in my price range then. Thanks all!

EDIT

wait, can I run the AMD card and my old 9800GTX simultaneously?
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The Sapphire HD 7870 is a lot cheaper than and as good as a 660 Ti. IMO go for the 7870 - sits right in your price range.

EDIT: You can run the HD 7870 to take all the load, and run a 9800GTX on the side to do nVidia PhysX, because AMD cards can't have PhysX due to nVidia copyrights. It'll mean you can use PhysX in games that utilise it, like Borderlands 2, Mafia 2, ETC. Running the 9800GTX alongside the HD 7870 won't actually make games perform better, it just means you can use PhysX (and maybe CUDA? I'm not too sure on that)

EDIT: Here is a simple guide to setting up an AMD main card w/ nVidia for dedi-PhysX.
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post #17 of 30
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Oh wow, if you can get the 7870 for the same price a 560ti, go for it!
The 7870, once overclocked will destroy the 560ti.

No kidding. the HD 7870 is just about as fast as a GTX 580, so the 7870 will be significantly faster than a 560 Ti
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ha ha what's wrong with nvidia? Seriously, like I said pretend I've been living in a box for the past 2 years (I have... a box called college) so if ATI is now trouncing Nvidia, I wouldn't know. I also want to be able to simultaneously use my old 9800GTX as well, because I want to be able to use 3+ monitors.
Could I even use both cards if one was Nvidia and one was ATI? Last time I checked I'm pretty sure you can't, but I guess I could be wrong.

Whats wrong with AMD? I don't know about you but back from the DX9 days ATI was king of performance.Really only the hd2900 and 3800 were lackluster, everything after that and both AMD and Nvidia were competing vary well. This is point in Time AMD has the better cards, and eyefinity is the more mature multimonitor tech. 7870 vs 660ti as stock is a back and forth game, though start overclocking the 7870 and that 660ti is left in the dust. Though for the price of a 660ti you can get a 7950, which can easily beat out a GTX670 if needed.


You can run all 3 monitors from one card, that 9800GTX you have is pointless. Not only is it a weak card compared to todays cards, but the heat it outputs and the power that it sucks up just is not worth keeping around. The power it sucks isnt even worth the use for physx. If anything it will just lower your performance cause it can't keep it in phsyx tasks.
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that 9800GTX you have is pointless. Not only is it a weak card compared to todays cards, but the heat it outputs and the power that it sucks up just is not worth keeping around.

^ I second this. If you're deadset on the ~$200 price range get the Sapphire HD 7870 I linked and enjoy biggrin.gif
    
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The Sapphire HD 7870 is a lot cheaper than and as good as a 660 Ti. IMO go for the 7870 - sits right in your price range.
EDIT: You can run the HD 7870 to take all the load, and run a 9800GTX on the side to do nVidia PhysX, because AMD cards can't have PhysX due to nVidia copyrights. It'll mean you can use PhysX in games that utilise it, like Borderlands 2, Mafia 2, ETC. Running the 9800GTX alongside the HD 7870 won't actually make games perform better, it just means you can use PhysX (and maybe CUDA? I'm not too sure on that)
EDIT: Here is a simple guide to setting up an AMD main card w/ nVidia for dedi-PhysX.

Ok, thanks. The only problem is that this means then that I will have two video drivers to manage. I really don't even care that much about physx, I just want to be able to support 3+ monitors. I'm a programmer, so when I'm not gaming I am writing code, and I'm really starting to want to expand to 3 monitors.

Honestly, I think I"m going to go with THIS 660TI FOR $209, when you include the $20 rebate. That's about the same price as your 7870, others have said that it "trades blows" with the AMD card, and I just feel it will save me integration/driver headaches.

Thanks for all the replies guys!
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