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No, I wouldn't touch those with a 50ft pole. The 2GB adds like $60, and gives like 0.1% perfomance boost, especially at your res.
what about this one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-534-_-Product

I like the EVGA GTX 460 tbh cause of the $30 MIB so its like $170 after it.
    
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what about this one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-534-_-Product

I like the EVGA GTX 460 tbh cause of the $30 MIB so its like $170 after it.
The MSI would be fine, it has an upgraded cooler but is still essentially the same as all the others, albeit a little pricer. If you like the EVGA get it, it's a great card and a great company.
    
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what about this one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-534-_-Product

I like the EVGA GTX 460 tbh cause of the $30 MIB so its like $170 after it.
This is the best 460 on the market...plus it's the same as mine

If your lucky you'll get a chip that'll go to 1ghz core, mine does 900/925mhz
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The 470 is the best bang for the buck.
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a used 480 from everyone who has upgraded to the 580s

or even a EVGA 465... since alot of them seem to be unlocking to 470s as of late lol
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Wait a few days. The 560 is coming
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if you could find an Asus, Msi or Gigabyte open box 470 on newegg it's a great deal. They would still be under warranty.
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Yeah, wait for the 560, no need to buy a 4xx series until the 560 comes out and maybe the 4xx will go down in price again.
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Yeah, wait for the 560, no need to buy a 4xx series until the 560 comes out and maybe the 4xx will go down in price again.
how much will GTX 560 be? like $250?
    
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how much will GTX 560 be? like $250?
Probably in the $300 range.

You can get a used 470 for less than $200 shipped.
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