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Drop that 670 and get this 7950 instead. It costs $269 after rebate card and will give you 7970 performance after overclocking to 1.0-1.1GHz, which should be fairly easy with its custom cooler and unlocked voltage. Plus you get Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite for free which you can choose to sell if you dont want to play.

Best single card deal at the moment. Unless you are hell bent on getting something from nvidia.

Hope this helps! thumb.gif
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Drop that 670 and get this 7950 instead. It costs $269 after rebate card and will give you 7970 performance after overclocking to 1.0-1.1GHz, which should be fairly easy with its custom cooler and unlocked voltage. Plus you get Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite for free which you can choose to sell if you dont want to play.

Best single card deal at the moment. Unless you are hell bent on getting something from nvidia.

Hope this helps! thumb.gif
People really gotta read the rest of the posts before making a post in a thread, we have already established this fact, and he even changed it in his revised build which is going to be revised 1 more time.

And the best single card ATM is the Titan, but I know what you meant wink.gif
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Nice! Completely approve! (I personally hate the white edition of this case but its still a fantastic case!)

I don't like the white either, but that's the only one on sale at this price.
     
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Check this out. A little more expensive, but worth it.

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Mbalmer/saved/1oxT
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Check this out. A little more expensive, but worth it.

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Mbalmer/saved/1oxT
Why such expensive parts. 1600Mhz ram is more then enough. The PSU is overpriced to hell, although modular is very very nice, it is not a necessary thing in a large case without windows (you cannot see the clutter). The Caviar Black I understand, but to be honest, the extra money for the black is better put to nicer CPU cooler. Also why did you take an XFX gpu? They are probably one of the worst makers out there ATM, a Gigabyte would have been a better choice. Also the Extreme 4 has some issues (for what exactly) so a Gigabyte UD3 would be a better option.

I edited your choices and this will be a slightly better choice in parts and still very much under budget.
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/MRs2
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Invariably, any time anyone speaks of buying an Nvidia card, people show up to recommend AMD instead. Yes, AMD makes great cards at a great price, but they're not the be-all, end-all. The GTX 670 beats the 7970 (yes, even the Ghz Edition) at every tested resolution in BF3, according to Anandtech (no, they didn't stop at 1920x1080). More and more titles are being optimized for AMD, but Nvidia still owns BF3 in a big way (and it's not the only game like that). AMD is not superior to Nvidia. It all depends on what games you want to play.
 
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As said before PSU is overkill 550 watts max for a single card system

Here is a list with the good PSU´s http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies
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Invariably, any time anyone speaks of buying an Nvidia card, people show up to recommend AMD instead. Yes, AMD makes great cards at a great price, but they're not the be-all, end-all. The GTX 670 beats the 7970 (yes, even the Ghz Edition) at every tested resolution in BF3, according to Anandtech (no, they didn't stop at 1920x1080). More and more titles are being optimized for AMD, but Nvidia still owns BF3 in a big way (and it's not the only game like that). AMD is not superior to Nvidia. It all depends on what games you want to play.
Orly...
You sir need to do more homework. This is literally the first link I went to when I google searched it.
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2012/05/14/geforce_680_670_vs_radeon_7970_7950_gaming_perf/3#.UVS9JhxOR8E
The GTX 680 is the same speed in BF3, but since the newest AMD optimization, the 7970 crawled ahead.
Also here is another one
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1656/pg6/evga-geforce-gtx-670-ftw-signature-2-versus-asus-hd-7970-directcu-ii-graphics-card-review-far-cry-3.html

Maybe research before posting something that could start a flame war.
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Why such expensive parts. 1600Mhz ram is more then enough. The PSU is overpriced to hell, although modular is very very nice, it is not a necessary thing in a large case without windows (you cannot see the clutter). The Caviar Black I understand, but to be honest, the extra money for the black is better put to nicer CPU cooler. Also why did you take an XFX gpu? They are probably one of the worst makers out there ATM, a Gigabyte would have been a better choice. Also the Extreme 4 has some issues (for what exactly) so a Gigabyte UD3 would be a better option.

I edited your choices and this will be a slightly better choice in parts and still very much under budget.
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/MRs2


Well for starters, he said that he has purchased the cpu, cpu cooler, and motherboard already. So those were his picks that I could not change. My z77 extreme 4 has been wonderful for me, however, in the last thread where I suggested some parts for a guy, I did go with the UD3H Gigabyte model. So you do have a good pick there. The hyper 212 evo is a fantastic cooler for the price. We know that Ivy tends to hit a ceiling quicker then Sandy and I don't think the extra money spent on the cooler you picked is going to change that ceiling. I don't even know how aggressive he is going to overclock, if at all.

I picked the RAM because it was the same price as his original build, but faster.

I picked the Corsair psu to show him that he didn't need a 750w psu and the 650w Corsair would do good. I would not go with your suggestion of Roswill Hive Series. Really he should go with THIS ONE or something made by Seasonic which he can find HERE. Either way, for a $1500 build he should at the very least go semi-modular because it isn't just about looks. Putting everything together is going to be WAY easier and he will have better airflow throughout his case.

As far as the GPU is concerned, I will have to concede that you might know more about AMD cards then I do. I have only spent extensive time in researching Nvidia products. However, I do think that the 7950/7970 is the best deal on a card right now. I would have no problem in him getting a EVGA 670 4gb and then sli it later. You can't beat EVGA as far as I'm concerned.

In the end, I think we both made solid suggestions and I hope he is happy with whatever he gets.
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Invariably, any time anyone speaks of buying an Nvidia card, people show up to recommend AMD instead. Yes, AMD makes great cards at a great price, but they're not the be-all, end-all. The GTX 670 beats the 7970 (yes, even the Ghz Edition) at every tested resolution in BF3, according to Anandtech (no, they didn't stop at 1920x1080). More and more titles are being optimized for AMD, but Nvidia still owns BF3 in a big way (and it's not the only game like that). AMD is not superior to Nvidia. It all depends on what games you want to play.

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Orly...
You sir need to do more homework. This is literally the first link I went to when I google searched it.
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2012/05/14/geforce_680_670_vs_radeon_7970_7950_gaming_perf/3#.UVS9JhxOR8E
The GTX 680 is the same speed in BF3, but since the newest AMD optimization, the 7970 crawled ahead.
Also here is another one
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1656/pg6/evga-geforce-gtx-670-ftw-signature-2-versus-asus-hd-7970-directcu-ii-graphics-card-review-far-cry-3.html

Maybe research before posting something that could start a flame war.

I see... It's perfectly acceptable for AMD fans to say that an AMD card beats its Nvidia counterpart, but if I suggest that an Nvidia card beats an AMD card, I'm starting a flame war? Seems to me that you're closer to flaming than I am. As for researching - did I not provide a reference? I did. Did you check said reference? Apparently not. So who needs to do research here? Did you feel that I was attacking anyone? If so, why? I even made it clear that I think AMD cards are great. What's your problem?
 
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