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post #11 of 15
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Can't seem to, can't decided on either the MSI, Sapphire or Gigabyte version of the card.
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Can't seem to, can't decided on either the MSI, Sapphire or Gigabyte version of the card.
if not go with 7870hd and overclock it and you will easily match the levels of 660ti .
post #12 of 15
which ever one is the cheapest or the gigabyte one
post #13 of 15
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Can't seem to, can't decided on either the MSI, Sapphire or Gigabyte version of the card.
if not go with 7870hd and overclock it and you will easily match the levels of 7950 .all the 3 brand are very good you cant go wrong with either one buy whichever is cheaper .
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post #15 of 15
Gtx 760 is $300+ on that site.
If you're staying under $250 then go for Gigabyte
Stays cool, very good for overclocking and will be great if overclock is done well.

On the nvidia side, If you could find a gtx 760 the same price as 660ti, then go for 760.. if the difference between the two is $20 or more (on other sites or any other place you might get the cards from) then get the 660ti.
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