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Right Graphics Solution for me?

Poll Results: What Graphics Card Soluation for my Sig Rig? ($500)

 
  • 0% (0)
    GTX 580
  • 81% (9)
    GTX 570
  • 18% (2)
    GTX 570 + GTS 450 Physx
  • 0% (0)
    Other
11 Total Votes  
post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
Need a GPU solution for my i5 rig. I am trying to find the right one for me and thought I would ask others opinions. I would like to stick with Nvidia that is what I know and trust.

I did the SLI thing (x2 260's) and I don't want to do it again so I am looking for a single card solution.

I have $500 to spend and while it is very hard for me to justify spending that much on a card (GTX 580) I will if it is necessary, The problem is spending $500 and then a few months down the road its not the big boy anymore and there is something better that will play games better.

Requirements:
  • Single Card Soluation
  • 1920x1080 res
  • X16 AF
  • X2aa-x4aa or disabled
  • Graphics Settings Maxed
  • Absolute Min FPS 30-40 smooth

Games I play:
  • FSX
  • GTR2
  • rFactor
  • Crysis
  • Metro
  • Mafia 2
  • Arma 2
  • Assassins Creed's
  • BFBC2
  • ect....I play simulators and most modern games

I realize there is no future proof with cards but I would like a card that can play the games already out now and the games coming out this year (2011). I will reevaluate whats out there and if I need a new card next Christmas.

Right now I can do:
  • GTX 580
  • GTX 570
  • GTX 570 + GTS 450 Physx

Thanks.
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post #2 of 9
The 570 will be plenty for 1080p resolution. 580 if higher resolution, multiple monitors.
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post #3 of 9
Sounds like to me the 570 would be the better option for you. IMO the 570 is a better bang for your buck. I personally don't try to keep the latest and greatest. Just to expensive, and there will always be something better coming out.
     
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Originally Posted by Nick7269 View Post
Sounds like to me the 570 would be the better option for you. IMO the 570 is a better bang for your buck. I personally don't try to keep the latest and greatest. Just to expensive, and there will always be something better coming out.
Personally I feel the gtx 470 is the best "bang for the buck".

You could get a gtx 470, used water block, a real water loop like the rasa kit, and a GTS 450 physx card for less than a gtx 570 + GTS 450.


Higher OC on cpu, better water cooling, water cooled gpu, phsyx card, total win for about the same cost.

Heck, sell your H50 and save money.
    
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post #5 of 9
For 1080p, I would vote 570 will be more than enough. If you play heavy physx card and feel the need, add a 450 later.
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post #7 of 9
570 for bang for buck
post #8 of 9
Go with the 570, it's by far the best bang for buck. You can always overclock it to 580 stock performance

only add a Physx if you really need it.
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post #9 of 9
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OK 570 it is then witch is nice since there is other stuff I wanted to buy anyway.
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