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Go with the EVGA 448 Core card. It should be around 10-15% quicker than the Ti cards.
Not entirely true....

If he happens to have a higher end 27" that has a higher than 1920 x 1080 resolution he will want the 2GB model as he will need the extra VRAM to handle the higher resolutions. If he has a 27" that is just 1920 x 1080 the 448 core is the way to go for sure.
 

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Go with the EVGA 448 Core card. It should be around 10-15% quicker than the Ti cards.
yes this was a very easy choice lol

any reason you are limited to these 3 cards? can we stick to same budget buy change card?

oo EDIT - didnt notice that huge difference in memory how much could it really matter?
 

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The 448 @ 1080p runs battlefield just fine.
 

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Not entirely true....
If he happens to have a higher end 27" that has a higher than 1920 x 1080 resolution he will want the 2GB model as he will need the extra VRAM to handle the higher resolutions. If he has a 27" that is just 1920 x 1080 the 448 core is the way to go for sure.
True if @OP was gaming on multi monitor or at resolutions a lot higher than 1080p then the 2GB RAM would be very useful. The EVGA card does have 1280Mb so should still perform very nicely even on a larger monitor.
 

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no reason i chose those 3 cards other then evga waranty
if cuda cores makes more performence then ram i might even consider a 570
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130593
evga limited lifetime waranty
thats my screen 1920 X 1080 2ms
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236091
At 1920 x 1080 you don't have really any need for more than 1280MB of VRAM. So in that case I would go with a 560 Ti 448 core or possibly a GTX 570. The performance per dollar is much higher in the 560 Ti 448 than the 570, but the 570 does performing at a higher level. Actually, scratch that, I would buy a GTX 580 off the market place here for a little over the $300 they are going for, now that is value!
 
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