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I'm getting ready to upgrade my aging 5850 to a 7870, they seem to be a pretty good value for what they offer. I'm trying to find the best card for around $250.

Is a 7870 going to be my best bet for an upgrade? Will it be worth it with my sig rig? I was thinking about upgrading my monitor in the near future as well to move up from 1080p into 1200/1440.


So far I am liking what i see with this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202024
$250 before 15 rebate and they come with two free games. Assuming I can still get $100 for my old 5850 (still have the box and never overclocked,) good upgrade for $130ish?

Is that the best for the money currently? Any suggestion on setups or other things?

Presently I still play slightly older games and they look fine but looking to go to newer versions (skyrim/far cry2 now but far cry3 and the latest dirt look fun, as does tomb raider/bioshock)
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Originally Posted by Rambleon84 View Post

I'm getting ready to upgrade my aging 5850 to a 7870, they seem to be a pretty good value for what they offer. I'm trying to find the best card for around $250.

Is a 7870 going to be my best bet for an upgrade? Will it be worth it with my sig rig? I was thinking about upgrading my monitor in the near future as well to move up from 1080p into 1200/1440.


So far I am liking what i see with this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202024
$250 before 15 rebate and they come with two free games. Assuming I can still get $100 for my old 5850 (still have the box and never overclocked,) good upgrade for $130ish?

Is that the best for the money currently? Any suggestion on setups or other things?

Presently I still play slightly older games and they look fine but looking to go to newer versions (skyrim/far cry2 now but far cry3 and the latest dirt look fun, as does tomb raider/bioshock)

For < $250 a 7870 XT(Tahiti LE) chip will be the best performance you can get. Although for 1440p it would be better to have 7950 (wider memory bandwidth & stronger GPU), 7950 can OC really well and perform much better at max OC than Tahiti LE.

I see that Sapphire card is OOS atm, here is a powercolor card based on the same chip.



Edited by sherlock - 3/21/13 at 11:34am
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Originally Posted by Rambleon84 View Post

I'm getting ready to upgrade my aging 5850 to a 7870, they seem to be a pretty good value for what they offer. I'm trying to find the best card for around $250.

Is a 7870 going to be my best bet for an upgrade? Will it be worth it with my sig rig? I was thinking about upgrading my monitor in the near future as well to move up from 1080p into 1200/1440.


So far I am liking what i see with this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202024
$250 before 15 rebate and they come with two free games. Assuming I can still get $100 for my old 5850 (still have the box and never overclocked,) good upgrade for $130ish?

Is that the best for the money currently? Any suggestion on setups or other things?

Presently I still play slightly older games and they look fine but looking to go to newer versions (skyrim/far cry2 now but far cry3 and the latest dirt look fun, as does tomb raider/bioshock)

I'd always recommend going for the best single GPU you can afford if not going crossfire/sli. I'm a VRAM whore so I would personally go for a 7950 for the 3GB of ram if you are able to save up just a bit more money. They can be had for $300~ plus a rebate at the moment and may be beneficial if you plan on going for higher resolutions.
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Haha, figures that as soon as i create a post the card i link to goes out of stock. Realistically, if I upgraded monitors it would probably be only to 1200p. Based on the rest of my system, would I get that much more of a benefit going up to a 7950? Are there any signs of either the 78xx or 79xx's going to be dropping in price in the near future (you guys can see into the future, right?)

I'm just trying to keep things in budget and how they relate to the system I have now, which is why I was leaning towards the 7870 over the entry 7950's. That and figuring I need to sell my aging 5850 while they are still selling for $100 on ebay biggrin.gif


So for with the 7870@68.9 and the 7950@75.4, are those extra 6.5fps going to be noticeable for the $$ increase?

Edited by Rambleon84 - 3/21/13 at 11:46am
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post #5 of 9
Here's a powercolor 7870 tahiti le for $204.99 after $30 rebate.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131487
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HERE is a direct comparison between the 7870 and 5850 cheers.gif to give you some more info biggrin.gif
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go with the HD 7950 boost . its 15 - 20% faster than HD 7870 Tahiti LE. at the same clocks HD 7950 is 5% slower than HD 7970.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/HIS/HD_7950_X2_Boost/31.html
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Club_3D/HD_7870_jokerCard_Tahiti_LE/31.html

the sapphire hd 7950 boost is a good option for usd 310 (290 after rebate).

http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name=AT-7950BST
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HERE is a direct comparison between the 7870 and 5850 cheers.gif to give you some more info biggrin.gif
I'm not sure why but I find the energy savings, heat and the decreased noise levels to be the most interesting. thanks everyone for suggestions.
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Hey not sure what your decision was here, but just to let you know that the 5850's are selling really well on ebay, I sold a launch asus one for $177.50 and a newer HIS icooler V version for $170... and if I were you I'd just save up for the best Single GPU you could get, at minimum, a 7950.

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