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March 19, 2013 8:02:47 PM

I am still asking my to my self what should I buy. I don't really care about the money and cost. I just want a outstanding graphic card to play the top games.

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March 19, 2013 8:08:57 PM

DrDukeNukem20 said:
I am still asking my to my self what should I buy. I don't really care about the money and cost. I just want a outstanding graphic card to play the top games.


Don't care about costs? go nvidia most likely, but it depends on the games you want to play. Nvidia typically gets better performance in most games but some games the Radeons can beat Nvidia.
I would give a list of the top 5 or so favorite games that you want to play
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March 19, 2013 8:10:43 PM

Either is fine. Each have their fan bases and will say this and that. The following chart shows what can be compared to what.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-car...

In the end its up to you. I bought AMD, but it was because AMD was on sale at the time in comparison to the NVIDIA card.
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March 19, 2013 8:10:55 PM

get a 670 or 7950 or something. allocate around $400 maybe?
or if you really want to burn some cash, try using 2 cards or more. make sure your psu can handle it
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March 19, 2013 8:14:40 PM

well if money is no object and you can find one in stock the best single GPU card is a gtx titan though its 1000 bones...which is the same cost as nvidas gtx 690 (basically 2 x gtx 680s w/ slightly lower clocks on a single card). honestly though i found a lot of bang for my buck buying two gtx 670 overclocked to perform on par with gtx680 cards for 100 dollars less per card then an actual gtx 680. Personally i prefer nvidia cards do to the fact amd drivers can get a little wonky (especially in multi-gpu). Also there are some issues with amd current gen 7000 series cards with frame latency. Word has it amd will patch a fix soon though. also a plus for nvidia is the added support for physx ;) 
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