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I'd go for the 560 SOC (and I think I will, tomorrow) as it performs almost like a 570 and really close to the 6970, better or not depending on the game
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/306?vs=292 (570 vs 6970)

Add to this the really low temperature and noise from the Gigabyte 560 SOC and you got a great card, IMO

The GTX560 SOC seems to be able to be pushed a little further 1GHz
http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigaby...-soc-review/20

Yeah I'll buy it and go back in the dark(green) side of the force
I second this. Seems like a great bang-for-buck, especially when you consider that it runs so quiet and cool at the same time all while costing only $15 more than normal. Shame it's been sold out.
    
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also, the ati is 2gb, so wont that make the 570 not as good alrdy?
yea in ULTRA HIGH RES, so if you can shell out for ultra expansive monitors you shouldn't be look at 570, would be look at the new 580 3GB
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5850 crossfire would be better bang per buck I'd imagine...

Mine cost less then £300 and is faster then a 5970....Lets see anyone beat that for the money
Depending how much cheaper they are, potentially, sure. But I used to have 5850's in crossfire myself, and w/both setups OC'd to their max, the 470's are noticeably superior in a majority of games, particularly when it comes to max playable settings. Fermi does much better at keeping MIN fps up at times of extreme load than Cypress does, esp. in DX11 games like Metro and Stalker CoP.

The 5850's do rock the 470's socks off at Just Cause 2, though ... but the foliage animations don't look as sweet as they do on Fermi, plus you can't get the fancy cuda h2o simulation
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Depending how much cheaper they are, potentially, sure. But I used to have 5850's in crossfire myself, and w/both setups OC'd to their max, the 470's are noticeably superior in a majority of games, particularly when it comes to max playable settings. Fermi does much better at keeping MIN fps up at times of extreme load than Cypress does, esp. in DX11 games like Metro and Stalker CoP.

The 5850's do rock the 470's socks off at Just Cause 2, though ... but the foliage animations don't look as sweet as they do on Fermi, plus you can't get the fancy cuda h2o simulation
I don't think my 5850's do too bad

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I don't think my 5850's do too bad
I think this old thread of mine will serve as the perfect response

http://www.overclock.net/ati/746323-...vs-hd5850.html
    
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