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The 5670 is faster even with half the memory. It is slightly slower than a 9800gt.

The 5570 is slower than a 9600gt.

Either way, if your Rez is above 720p I wouldnt recommend either.
so the 5670 would be better anyways right?
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The 5670 is faster even with half the memory. It is slightly slower than a 9800gt.

The 5570 is slower than a 9600gt.

Either way, if your Rez is above 720p I wouldnt recommend either.
I wouldn't call 15% faster a "slight" advantage.

    
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so the 5670 would be better anyways right?
No. The 9800GT is the fastest card for that price. Buy the EVGA branded one someone above posted.
    
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im not the fan of nVidia anymore.....
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I wouldn't call 15% faster a "slight" advantage.

I would, especially since the 5670 require no additional power and creates alot less heat and has dx11.

Either way out of the two I would go for a 5670. But a 4770 is a far better choice than both.
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I would, especially since the 5670 require no additional power and creates alot less heat and has dx11.

Either way out of the two I would go for a 5670. But a 4770 is a far better choice than both.
so the 5670 is the best choice out of the 2?
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I would, especially since the 5670 require no additional power and creates alot less heat and has dx11.

Either way out of the two I would go for a 5670. But a 4770 is a far better choice than both.
You won't be able to take advantage of the DirectX 11 features of the 5670. Getting a lower performance card at this price point can make the difference between having a game that is playable and one that is not. 15% at this pricepoint makes a huge difference.

As for the 4770, it had low yields and wasn't good performing for its price, thus everyone picked the 4850, a card that was faster and cheaper. If it was still available, I'd recommend that. Before it was EOL'd, it was available at $90.

EDIT: Darn double post. How do you delete a comment.
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I would, especially since the 5670 require no additional power and creates alot less heat and has dx11.

Either way out of the two I would go for a 5670. But a 4770 is a far better choice than both.
You won't be able to take advantage of the DirectX 11 features of the 5670. Getting a lower performance card at this price point can make the difference between having a game that is playable and one that is not. 15% at this pricepoint makes a huge difference.

As for the 4770, it had low yields and wasn't good performing for its price, thus everyone picked the 4850, a card that was faster and cheaper. If it was still available, I'd recommend that. Before it was EOL'd, it was available at $90.

If you have the power connectors, the 9800GT is the better choice. Power consumption isn't a problem unless you have a horrible 300W PSU with bad power delivery. It consumes about the same as a 5770, so it's not bad.

    
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im not the fan of nVidia anymore.....
Who cares what you're a fan of? A rational person decides on something based on facts, not feelings.

But whatever. If you're an AMD fanboy, then the 5670 is the best card you can get for the price. To get the most performance out of it, I would recommend you definitely over-clock it.
    
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i remember my i7, ahh that was good...... until the stock fan blew up and set the computer on fire!
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