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5770 to HAWK GTX460

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Hello, need help

currently I have a 5770 with a little high OC

Im overall happy with the card, but in some games it pale

I was using a 1440x900 monitor, but now with the 1080p I feel like I need another card

but I have just 50$...and I can sell the 5770 for around 150$ (my country prices)...

so the 199$ 460 HAWK in amazon is like my best option

I CAN´T spend more than 50$...this is my last year in the University, and almost all my money is for that now...

so...

how big will be the step from the 5770 to the hawk 460 ?? (Im planning to OC the card to 925Mhz)

I mainly play BC2...dirt2, crysis, shift...some cod

help !!
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post #2 of 7
my friend has the 460 hawk and it oc very well.
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i add 30 mV and I can clock my hawks to 925
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If you OC hawk quite a bit, it can offer upto 5770 crossfire perfomance.
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post #5 of 7
bro just stick with your 5770 until you have enough money for a higher end card. Going from 5770 to 460 isn't going to be a very significant difference.
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to be honest I cant save more money

the U is killing my wallet
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post #7 of 7
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Originally Posted by B-roca View Post
Going from 5770 to 460 isn't going to be a very significant difference.
I wouldn't say that. At 1920x1200 the 460 still gets very playable framerates. The 5770, not so much.

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/29...770-benchmarks
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