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Would the SeaSonic 650W PSU be enough to run any one of those cards?
    
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Would the SeaSonic 650W PSU be enough to run any one of those cards?
yes.
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Thanks. Thinking of the 560 ti. OC up to 1ghz is crazy. But, I suppose I have been an Nvidia guy.
    
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Anyone got any views on this one:

Palit NE5X56T01142-1041F GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 2GB

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-099-_-Product
    
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I'd take a slightly weaker 560 Ti and Nvidia's drivers over the 6950 and crappy AMD drivers anyday.
The 560 isn't weaker than the 6950 anymore with the latest drivers.
http://tpucdn.com/reviews/Powercolor...es/perfrel.gif
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Would the SeaSonic 650W PSU be enough to run any one of those cards?
Any single card solution yes. Maybe SLI 560 Ti but if you are thinking about doing the AMD in crossfire you might need higher. I think they draw ~340W unlocked/OC'd.
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Thanks. Thinking of the 560 ti. OC up to 1ghz is crazy. But, I suppose I have been an Nvidia guy.
The Ti will be a great card, weaker than the 6950 as others have said but will be way enough if you are just doing single screen gaming. I'm running into issues with eyefinity because of the 1gb vram, just a thought
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Msi 560ti.
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The 560 isn't weaker than the 6950 anymore with the latest drivers.
http://tpucdn.com/reviews/Powercolor...es/perfrel.gif
Wow. I started on a Commodore 64. You have to be fast to change from the OS to the game...
    
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post #19 of 20
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Went with the MSI 560.
    
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Originally Posted by appleg33k85 View Post
Go with the Sapphire Radeon HD 69502GB - they can be flashed to a 6970 - the 6950/70 is a much stronger card than a 560ti
Define "much stronger". The HD6950 is within 5% of GTX 560TI, if not worse off in games optimized for Nvidia.
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