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I play all the games you listed, I use the EVGA GTX460 SSC and it rip's them apart at 1080p. its on new egg for just around 200. I love it so much i wanna SLI it. Also, it runs very cool for a feirmi chip
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Yeah, thanks for all your help guys! I've decided to go with the GTX 460! Thanks for all your help!
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Yay! hope you enjoy your card, any idea on witch card you want?
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Originally Posted by Princess Garnet View Post
The GeForce GTX 460 is better value-wise. The GeForce GTX 560 Ti is the best performer of what you listed, but probably the worst value-wise, not that it's a terrible value, but it's not spectacular in that regard either.
Normally, I'd disagree, but at OP's resolution a GTX 460 makes more sense.
    
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Originally Posted by mcnabbmc View Post
Yeah, thanks for all your help guys! I've decided to go with the GTX 460! Thanks for all your help!
Get the EVGA GTX 460 1GB SSC+. It's $200 and stock performance is the same as a GTX 470 and GTX 560 Ti.
    
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Get the EVGA GTX 460 1GB SSC+. It's $200 and stock performance is the same as a GTX 470 and GTX 560 Ti.
well better buy the stock ones and overclock them yourselves
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Get the EVGA GTX 460 1GB SSC+. It's $200 and stock performance is the same as a GTX 470 and GTX 560 Ti at reference stock clocks.
Fixed. . We don't want to mislead.
    
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Never buy a SC/OC card. Just do it yourself

My EVGA 8800 GTS SC didn't clock any higher than a Vanilla version of the same card
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Also it looks like Newegg has the Palit 560 for $239 plus $30 MiR. $209! Get it.
    
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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post
Never buy a SC/OC card. Just do it yourself

My EVGA 8800 GTS SC didn't clock any higher than a Vanilla version of the same card
These days you are paying for better cooling, BIOS with possibly higher voltages, VRM and/or RAM heatsinks, sometimes even upgraded power phases.

Sometimes it is worth paying more. Just depends on the cards if all that is necessary.

Good luck getting a non SOC 560 to 1000MHz with any certainty.
    
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