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right now i have a 5770 im looking to upgrade in the next few weeks should i stay with ati or go back to nvidia? please give me some suggestions. and would like to spend between 200 and 300 dollars
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right now i have a 5770 im looking to upgrade in the next few weeks should i stay with ati or go back to nvidia? please give me some suggestions. and would like to spend between 200 and 300 dollars
My last two cards where ATI 4850 and 5830. I just got a Nvidia 570 Gtx and love it.

You can find them for a little more than 300, because thats a little out of your budget I would sugest you look at the look at the ATI 6950 its about 250 - people are flashing them to 6970 and is a fast card for the money.
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well i was debating about waiting till april/june when all these new cards are suppose to be out but ive always had a nvidia card, had a 8800 gt then got a 9600 gt and then i switched to ati and got the 5770.
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