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Which graphics card is better?

http://graphics-cards.findthebest.com/l/727/ASUS-GTX650-DC-1GD5

http://graphics-cards.findthebest.com/l/771/MSI-GeForce-GTX-650-N650-MD1GD5-OC

and if you have any better suggestions, please list them in the replies below

my budget is 0-100$
and will it be better than a nvidia geforce 9500 gt?
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  1. I would go the asus there more or less the same but i just adore asus products and there great overclockers , my asus eah 5670 is still staying strong :3
  2. I would say the MSI one because it has a higher core clock. Honestly I think you should save you money for a little longer and get a gtx 650 ti so that you have a more reasonable amount of GPU power. What resolution are you playing at?
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    Out of those two I would go for the MSI model, but if you are willing to spend about $20 more you can get a HD 7770 which is better than the GTX 650. I found one that fits your $100 price point and it comes with a free Farcry 3. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161402
  4. DelightfulDucklings said:
    I would say the MSI one because it has a higher core clock. Honestly I think you should save you money for a little longer and get a gtx 650 ti so that you have a more reasonable amount of GPU power. What resolution are you playing at?


    im playing at 1600x900
  5. thyhobomage said:
    DelightfulDucklings said:
    I would say the MSI one because it has a higher core clock. Honestly I think you should save you money for a little longer and get a gtx 650 ti so that you have a more reasonable amount of GPU power. What resolution are you playing at?


    im playing at 1600x900

    At that resolution with the HD 7770 you should be able to max out most games. I currently have a HD 7770 and I manage to play Crysis 3 with a steady 30-35fps on medium settings at 1920x1080. Your resolution of 1600x900 will yield higher fps.
  6. thyhobomage said:
    DelightfulDucklings said:
    I would say the MSI one because it has a higher core clock. Honestly I think you should save you money for a little longer and get a gtx 650 ti so that you have a more reasonable amount of GPU power. What resolution are you playing at?


    im playing at 1600x900


    As CrushIce said go with either a 7770 or as i said a gtx 650 ti even if that does mean waiting a couple weeks or so to save up the extra money, it would be worth the wait. That resolution would be good for these cards, you should be able to crunch out medium-high settings in most games in not Ultra in some with a 7770 or 650 ti. Also on a side note the gtx 650 ti (and non ti) will be getting a price drop very soon because of the release of the gtx 650 ti boost @$160 (I think that was the cost?) so a normal gtx 650 ti should drop to $145 maybe
  7. DelightfulDucklings said:
    thyhobomage said:
    DelightfulDucklings said:
    I would say the MSI one because it has a higher core clock. Honestly I think you should save you money for a little longer and get a gtx 650 ti so that you have a more reasonable amount of GPU power. What resolution are you playing at?


    im playing at 1600x900


    As CrushIce said go with either a 7770 or as i said a gtx 650 ti even if that does mean waiting a couple weeks or so to save up the extra money, it would be worth the wait. That resolution would be good for these cards, you should be able to crunch out medium-high settings in most games in not Ultra in some with a 7770 or 650 ti. Also on a side note the gtx 650 ti (and non ti) will be getting a price drop very soon because of the release of the gtx 650 ti boost @$160 (I think that was the cost?) so a normal gtx 650 ti should drop to $145 maybe



    but then, idk if it can fit my computer i have currently (its a ASUS essentio CM5765-09 desktop)
  8. The 9500GT you have now I believe is around 6.5in and the HIS HD 7770 is 8.35in. Obviously the 7770 is bigger but is it possible for you to check and see how much space you have in your case for a video card? I tried to find information on your comp but I couldn't get much info.
  9. Just did a bit of a search, the cheapest gtx 650 ti I could find is this
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162127

    I would go with the 7770 that CrushIce linked above because of the great price plus far cry 3, definitely worth the money especially with the rebate.
  10. DelightfulDucklings said:
    Just did a bit of a search, the cheapest gtx 650 ti I could find is this
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162127

    I would go with the 7770 that CrushIce linked above because of the great price plus far cry 3, definitely worth the money especially with the rebate.


    i might go with the one crushice linkeD
  11. thyhobomage said:
    DelightfulDucklings said:
    Just did a bit of a search, the cheapest gtx 650 ti I could find is this
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162127

    I would go with the 7770 that CrushIce linked above because of the great price plus far cry 3, definitely worth the money especially with the rebate.


    i might go with the one crushice linkeD


    Yeah, good choice, the 7770 is a nice performer at the resolution, should be able to play on high in most games. Measure your case if you're not sure that the card will fit but the 7770 isn't too long so I would think that it will fit
  12. DelightfulDucklings said:
    thyhobomage said:
    DelightfulDucklings said:
    Just did a bit of a search, the cheapest gtx 650 ti I could find is this
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162127

    I would go with the 7770 that CrushIce linked above because of the great price plus far cry 3, definitely worth the money especially with the rebate.


    i might go with the one crushice linkeD


    Yeah, good choice, the 7770 is a nice performer at the resolution, should be able to play on high in most games. Measure your case if you're not sure that the card will fit but the 7770 isn't too long so I would think that it will fit


    well thanks you guys for helping me! :D
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