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hello.. and im looking at a 280-300 limit on a nivida card im currently running my friends pos 5770 first gen single slot card ewwwey anyway im looking to upgrade to a 560ti or i really dont know what else to choose in that range theres the 470 which is 320 bit 480 shaders but isnt as good perfomance wise as the 560 really confused need some input thanks
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In the same situation as you are in, am saving up to buy the 560ti (asus or msi, havent decided yet). The only other option in range is the HD6950. I just sold my 5770 several days ago and want to move back to Nvidia.
Bottomline, you have two options... either get the great gtx560 or buy the 6950 (similar price) and try to unlock it to a 6970 (with bios upgrade, NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE).
    
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I went 5770 -> EVGA 560ti for ~270 shipped and it was definitely the best upgrade I've ever made, it works awesome, folds great, OCs like a beast, and is quiet and cool. Compared to the 470, it's essentially the same performance but it's much much cooler and quieter plus it generally overclocks better.
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With that budget you can just barely squeeze a 570 in. Here is a MSI 570 for $281 shipped after a $20 rebate and entering promo code EMCYTZT352 but I believe that expires today so act fast. There is also 3 or 4 570 that go for $320 after rebate on newegg if you miss the deal on the MSI one and feel like stretching your budget a little bit. Other wise the 560 is a great card but your budget is just so close to a 570 that I would go for it.
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Ya i am thinkin i have no idea heh i need more input yea the 570 is great but nvidia new chip set is due out soon so idk if spending the money on a 570 is really worth it when in a yr 570 wont even be worth the 100 bucks will it ... ??
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Camp newegg for an Open Box 570..
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Ya i am thinkin i have no idea heh i need more input yea the 570 is great but nvidia new chip set is due out soon so idk if spending the money on a 570 is really worth it when in a yr 570 wont even be worth the 100 bucks will it ... ??
Nvidia won't be releasing something in the performance range of the 570 for atleast 8 months. This price for the 570 is about the same as an open box but it's new and comes with a warranty. You should know however that there appears to be slightly more than average failure rate with these MSI 570s according to the newegg reviews and that it would cost you shipping back to them if that should happen to you. Honestly you should jump on this deal, and when you learn a little bit more about the market you will thank me you did. You're getting a excellent deal on a great performing card that will hold it's value decently well and will not be replaced any time soon, and when it eventually does get replaced then guess what you got a excellent deal in the first place and you got to use the card for 8 months instead of waiting.
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Nvidia won't be releasing something in the performance range of the 570 for atleast 8 months. This price for the 570 is about the same as an open box but it's new and comes with a warranty. You should know however that there appears to be slightly more than average failure rate with these MSI 570s according to the newegg reviews and that it would cost you shipping back to them if that should happen to you. Honestly you should jump on this deal, and when you learn a little bit more about the market you will thank me you did. You're getting a excellent deal on a great performing card that will hold it's value decently well and will not be replaced any time soon, and when it eventually does get replaced then guess what you got a excellent deal in the first place and you got to use the card for 8 months instead of waiting.
you are confusing lol yea but msi no go the gigbyte super overclock 560 beats it.... and no offense i never buy msi
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Alright I'll let somebody else help you or figure it out on your own. Sorry you didn't appreciate my advice, good luck.
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With that budget you can just barely squeeze a 570 in. Here is a MSI 570 for $281 shipped after a $20 rebate and entering promo code EMCYTZT352 but I believe that expires today so act fast. There is also 3 or 4 570 that go for $320 after rebate on newegg if you miss the deal on the MSI one and feel like stretching your budget a little bit. Other wise the 560 is a great card but your budget is just so close to a 570 that I would go for it.
This, This is what i did I didnt even get quite this good of a deal...

GTX570 > 560 and will likely last a bit longer and be a bit more futureproof...i think at the current low pricing the 570 is the best price > performance right now
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