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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/549?vs=547

7850 is close to $100 and is faster

 

He already has GTX 460 SLI. Which is very much comparable (minus VRAM issues, but meh). He needs a CPU upgrade FAR before he needs a GPU upgrade.

post #12 of 17
This may not be as significant as CPU upgrade but I like to throw in that you may also want more ram. 4gb of ram isn't enough considering how Win 7 likes to eat up to 1gb by itself leaving you with less than 3gb to use.

Now for your gpu question, you will actually gain some performance once you get a second 560 Ti. I guess about 30%?
Edited by Kiros - 9/30/13 at 7:57am
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A CPU upgrade gives much much more than getting a 560ti right now..
Unless you have a game that you play all the time that needs SLI or benching there is no need for SlI.
If i was you I would get a Q9650 "someone here could tell you if there better for intel quads for your board."
and then if you don't need SLI sell them cards and get something better like a 650ti 448 core or a ATI 7990 ..
Again the performance gain going to a quad alone for the setup you have is a much better money spent thumb.gif
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long story short you need a new build or at least a few upgrades.
instead of shopping on Craigslist, sell on Craigslist and time to start fresh..
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A CPU upgrade gives much much more than getting a 560ti right now..
Unless you have a game that you play all the time that needs SLI or benching there is no need for SlI.
If i was you I would get a Q9650 "someone here could tell you if there better for intel quads for your board."
and then if you don't need SLI sell them cards and get something better like a 650ti 448 core or a ATI 7990 ..
Again the performance gain going to a quad alone for the setup you have is a much better money spent thumb.gif

I doubt the op is gonna find a 7990 in his price range.....

I agree with looking for a quad core though
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I doubt the op is gonna find a 7990 in his price range.....

I agree with looking for a quad core though

ya I forgot about the price of a 7990 i think this should for him if he wants ati http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125414
if not the 560 ti is still a great card for him I know when i went from my 1055t to the little quad i have now the 560 ssc still puts out great for the games i play.. biggrin.gif
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post #17 of 17
I have a couple of the 560ti 448 core Classifieds from EVGA. They are really great cards. I'm just debating whether or not to sell them or throw them in a new build lol.
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