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Even if you could afford the 680, i would go with the 670...with a little oc, it will come close to a 680 if not perform just as well...

Alright cool, thanks buddy, 670 it is.

Now to choose which brand to go with. I'm thinking Evga?
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I would personally recommend waiting. For me, the 6 series wasn't a big enough jump in performance to warrant an upgrade, so I still have my 570, which is overclocked to 580 stock levels and still performs quite good. Then again, I also have a water block for it, so that also kept me on it. I am not sure how long we will have to wait for the 7 series or whatever it will be called, but I know I will be waiting for that, especially this late in the game.
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I would personally recommend waiting. For me, the 6 series wasn't a big enough jump in performance to warrant an upgrade, so I still have my 570, which is overclocked to 580 stock levels and still performs quite good. Then again, I also have a water block for it, so that also kept me on it. I am not sure how long we will have to wait for the 7 series or whatever it will be called, but I know I will be waiting for that, especially this late in the game.
I just jumped from my 550ti to a 570 HD superclock and its night and day for me, defiantly all i need for my stuff, but il probably upgrade to 670 or 760 when the 700 series comes around
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I would personally recommend waiting. For me, the 6 series wasn't a big enough jump in performance to warrant an upgrade, so I still have my 570, which is overclocked to 580 stock levels and still performs quite good. Then again, I also have a water block for it, so that also kept me on it. I am not sure how long we will have to wait for the 7 series or whatever it will be called, but I know I will be waiting for that, especially this late in the game.

Hmm, you make a solid point.

/sigh, what to do......

How much would I be looking at to WC my 570? I'm guessing 100+ which is why I was just going to go for the upgrade.
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I would personally recommend waiting. For me, the 6 series wasn't a big enough jump in performance to warrant an upgrade, so I still have my 570, which is overclocked to 580 stock levels and still performs quite good. Then again, I also have a water block for it, so that also kept me on it. I am not sure how long we will have to wait for the 7 series or whatever it will be called, but I know I will be waiting for that, especially this late in the game.

The difference between the 570 and 670 is significant: in Valley Extreme HD, 570 gets around 27-35fps, whereas 670 gets around 43-50fps. IIRC the 670 is about 40% faster on average.
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Alright cool, thanks buddy, 670 it is.

Now to choose which brand to go with. I'm thinking Evga?

Evga are always a good choice.....i really like the oc that comes from the factory on my msi power edition 670's...however they do cost a few bucks more
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post #17 of 23
I went to a 1440 monitor and found a used 570 for SLI. Tomb Raider looked and ran fantastic and I'm feeling absolutely no pressure to upgrade.
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If you get a 670 and DONT PLAN TO WATERCOOL Make sure you get one with a non reference cooler,
The reference cooler sounds like a little tractor


Off topic, don't read if you don't want to
Just a general note on people that make multi colored graphs like that without individual titles per bar, color blind people can't read them (well i can't anyway and i am only mildly color blind)
Not an attack on the graph maker or poster, just saying that I have no idea what is going on, (but the big GTX TITAN arrow helps smile.gif
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post #19 of 23
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If you get a 670 and DONT PLAN TO WATERCOOL Make sure you get one with a non reference cooler,
The reference cooler sounds like a little tractor


Off topic, don't read if you don't want to
Just a general note on people that make multi colored graphs like that without individual titles per bar, color blind people can't read them (well i can't anyway and i am only mildly color blind)
Not an attack on the graph maker or poster, just saying that I have no idea what is going on, (but the big GTX TITAN arrow helps smile.gif


There is a legend on the side, both in category order with space between each categories, kind of simple even if you are color blind I think.


Redid it for the Color Blind People rolleyes.gif


Edited by KaRLiToS - 3/24/13 at 6:26pm
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A bit late in the game to upgrade to 6 series.
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