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This everyone hates on AMD's drivers when I have seen just as many help for drivers int he NV section...

True Dat!
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Get nvidia and fold for 37726
If you REALLY don't care about the poor souls with cancer and/or the goodness of the OCN community, then go AMD.
Using quite a bit of exaggeration there but you get my point.
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post #13 of 32
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian View Post
amd has the best bang for the buck performance.
if that's what's important to you, go ati.
please stop spreading this too.....nvidia also has good vfm cards...the best example would be gtx 460......and btw u r paying for what u r getting so its just a matter of personal choice.......
EDIT: and btw my last card was ati(hd 3870) and i did the driver installations correctly and never faced problems most of the times....so the ati drivers are not as bad as they are being advertised........
Edited by ghost_z - 1/28/11 at 8:09pm
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Regardless, this guy has a very low end build. As in, completely office type PC speeds. at this range, AMD will beat out nvidia, for DX11 cards. GTS450 is better than a 5770, but if you can afford a 6850, that whould be a awesome upgrade.

Basically the chain is
5770
GTS450
5830
GTX460 768
6850/GTX460
6870
GTX470
GTX560 TI
6950
GTX570
6970
GTX580
post #15 of 32
This topic is absurd. Both AMD and nVidia sell solid units. nVidia is more expensive and delivers great performance with more amenities and better drivers. ATI has better price/performance, but the enthusiast is not worried about price, and so it is the better budget choice.

Ati drivers are not the abomination that everyone says they are accept when it comes to dual cards, CFX. SLI is just much farther along at this point when compared to CFX, SLI offers both full and widescreen support, whereas CFX is only fullscreen and SLI offers AA enhancements that are not available with CFX.
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post #16 of 32
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Originally Posted by SpeedNuggeT View Post
Regardless, this guy has a very low end build. As in, completely office type PC speeds. at this range, AMD will beat out nvidia, for DX11 cards. GTS450 is better than a 5770, but if you can afford a 6850, that whould be a awesome upgrade.

Basically the chain is
5770
GTS450
5830
GTX460 768
6850/GTX460
6870
GTX470
GTX560 TI
6950
GTX570
6970
GTX580
actually hd 5770 is a bit better than gts 450 stock for stock.......
post #17 of 32
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Originally Posted by tconroy135 View Post
This topic is absurd. Both AMD and nVidia sell solid units. nVidia is more expensive and delivers great performance with more amenities and better drivers. ATI has better price/performance, but the enthusiast is not worried about price, and so it is the better budget choice.

Ati drivers are not the abomination that everyone says they are accept when it comes to dual cards, CFX. SLI is just much farther along at this point when compared to CFX, SLI offers both full and widescreen support, whereas CFX is only fullscreen and SLI offers AA enhancements that are not available with CFX.
This. It's simple
Under 400 dollars to spend? you don't upgrade every 3 months? Don't care about folding? Gaming #1? AMD

You got Money, you like to encode stuff really fast, you like extra Driver opions like 16xaa? You like CUDA? You like Folding? you like a little bit more Raw speed? NVIDIA

Guys, it's that simple. Both brands have issues.
post #18 of 32
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Originally Posted by ghost_z View Post
actually hd 5770 is a bit better than gts 450 stock for stock.......
For the price, i whould buy a GTS450 over a 5770, for the CUDA support. This chart isn't performance, it's value and features, AND PERFORMANCE
post #19 of 32
^this +1.....
post #20 of 32
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I really just wanted to know what kind of experience people have had with their HTPC setup.

For instance if someone had a chance to try out a 4350 and a 210 or 220, which one they prefer.
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