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Poll Results: EVGA GTX 560 TI 448 cores FTW - 90$ OR ASUS GTX 570 Direct CU II - 120$

 
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post #21 of 34
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This is how patient I am for the 20nm goodness. Even when my current budget allow me to fill that empty PCIE slot with an EVGA GTX 670 drool.gif
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post #22 of 34
+1 for 6850

I don't know much about Fermi, but my 6850's have served me well for the last 2+ years and OC very well. It's been found that many 6850's will do 900-950MHz on stock volts, and I'm not sure the same can be said for a 460. I can guarantee that it will draw less power, so with similar performance that should be a determining factor.
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post #23 of 34
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+1 for 6850

I don't know much about Fermi, but my 6850's have served me well for the last 2+ years and OC very well. It's been found that many 6850's will do 900-950MHz on stock volts, and I'm not sure the same can be said for a 460. I can guarantee that it will draw less power, so with similar performance that should be a determining factor.

Thanks Mr357. You know what, If I can't talk these guys on craiglist to sell me their GTX 480 or reference HD 6950 for 90$ or ASUS direct CU II GTX 570 for 110$. I will go out and pick that HD 6850 up today ! Can't wait to start gaming on my new computer any longer devil.gif
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post #24 of 34
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This is how patient I am for the 20nm goodness. Even when my current budget allow me to fill that empty PCIE slot with an EVGA GTX 670 drool.gif
Get the Radeon 7970 and call it a day smile.gif
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post #25 of 34
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Thanks Mr357. You know what, If I can't talk these guys on craiglist to sell me their GTX 480 or reference HD 6950 for 90$ or ASUS direct CU II GTX 570 for 110$. I will go out and pick that HD 6850 up today ! Can't wait to start gaming on my new computer any longer devil.gif
The Gtx 460 would do better when overclocked. But since you would get a new gpu after that it really doesn't matter much.
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Keep your opinions coming guys, I'm really apreciated (+rep for all the useful posts). I've also added a Poll so you guys don't have to +1 biggrin.gif
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post #27 of 34
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Get the Radeon 7970 and call it a day smile.gif

This ^ I found a great deal on a new EVGA GTX 670 ( seller has no receipt so It's a big bummer for me because I would only consider EVGA for their step-up program) for 220$ + no tax . But no luck on HD 7970 the cheapest is 290$ + 12% tax thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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post #28 of 34
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This ^ I found a great deal on a new EVGA GTX 670 ( seller has no receipt so It's a big bummer for me because I would only consider EVGA for their step-up program) for 220$ + no tax . But no luck on HD 7970 the cheapest is 290$ + 12% tax thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
Then get the Radeon 7950. It can be overclocked to Radeon 7970 performance and it's at 200$ including the rebate- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414
Totally worth it. It's more or less equal to the Gtx 670 which is much more expensive. The Radeon 7950 also has 3Gb Vram. Might help you out in BF4 which supposedly uses past 2GB of Vram. thumb.gif
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post #29 of 34
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Then get the Radeon 7950. It can be overclocked to Radeon 7970 performance and it's at 200$ including the rebate- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414
Totally worth it. It's more or less equal to the Gtx 670 which is much more expensive. The Radeon 7950 also has 3Gb Vram. Might help you out in BF4 which supposedly uses past 2GB of Vram. thumb.gif

Price is good but I live in Canada , and I would go with a GTX 670 still, since the 3 year warranty still valid + more features+ about the same price with that HD 7950 (Where I live the tax is 12%)

Anyhow I'm picking up my Asus Direct CU II GTX 570 tomorrow for 120$ or should I go with an EVGA GTX 560 ti 448 cores FTW edition at 90$ ? thumb.gif either should be enough for 1920*1080 gaming. And the price wont go down so bad like Radeon cards when I have to sell it for 20nm biggrin.gif
Edited by xXLDXx - 9/5/13 at 8:50pm
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Price is good but I live in Canada , and I would go with a GTX 670 still, since the 3 year warranty still valid + more features+ about the same price with that HD 7950 (Where I live the tax is 12%)

Anyhow I'm picking up my Asus Direct CU II GTX 570 tomorrow for 120$ or should I go with an EVGA GTX 560 ti 448 cores FTW edition at 90$ ? thumb.gif either should be enough for 1920*1080 gaming. And the price wont go down so bad like Radeon cards when I have to sell it for 20nm biggrin.gif
Get the Gtx 560Ti 448 core. http://www.anandtech.com/show/5153/nvidias-geforce-gtx-560-ti-w448-cores-gtx570-on-a-budget/3
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