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post #1881 of 1902
My 480 has served me well, but i think the release of the 7 series might require me to upgrade. How do you guys feel about the GTX 770?
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My 480 has served me well, but i think the release of the 7 series might require me to upgrade. How do you guys feel about the GTX 770?

Just a rebadged 680 with higher stock clocks and memory. Better to buy a used GTX 680 if you're considering the 770.

Take a good look at the GTX 780 if it's in your budget.
    
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Just a rebadged 680 with higher stock clocks and memory. Better to buy a used GTX 680 if you're considering the 770.

Take a good look at the GTX 780 if it's in your budget.

I don't think it's in the cards. BUT I think part of the reason the 5 series cards didn't drop in price after the 6 series was released was due to the CUDA performance, so there's a decent chance the 6 series prices will drop by $100 or more. If there's a chance to grab a 680 for under $400 I think I'll jump on it.
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I don't think it's in the cards. BUT I think part of the reason the 5 series cards didn't drop in price after the 6 series was released was due to the CUDA performance, so there's a decent chance the 6 series prices will drop by $100 or more. If there's a chance to grab a 680 for under $400 I think I'll jump on it.

Under $400 for a new GTX 680 would be a nice deal.
    
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Under $400 for a new GTX 680 would be a nice deal.

Hell, my 480 was only $200, sadly when I went back to get another the supply of new cards had run out. Patience is a wonderful thing, got a sweet GPU and a space heater in one package.
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I bought another used GTX 480 and a used gpu block for SLi setup; very cheap, I cant afford a new gpu anyway, just need a little boost to play Crysis 3 at high settings. The gpu blocks not aligned each other; different vendor.
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Playing with the 480 tonight.thumbsupsmiley.png
    
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Hey guys 1 of my 460's died a few weeks back and I wondered if anyone knew if there's a way to find out what's wrong with it? Maybe even fix it haha but I doubt that
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Hey guys 1 of my 460's died a few weeks back and I wondered if anyone knew if there's a way to find out what's wrong with it? Maybe even fix it haha but I doubt that

Here ya go:tongue.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/529271/bake-your-graphics-card-in-the-oven-fix-it-worked
    
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Yes, it runs stock, tried to overclock about 5% in PowerStrip and my screens already started flickering.... wha-smiley.png
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