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Gigabyte gtx 660 (non ti) gaming

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March 31, 2013 9:16:05 AM

Im going to get new computer soon (maybe with haswell) and Im trying to get as much info as I can. Itll be used for gaming and making videos for youtube (fraps and sonyvegas). I want games to be at about 30+ FPS at high end titles with low settings. And I want that for future too. So for how many years will it be? Just dont say that theres no future-proofing. Sure you cant get accurate as hell but what do you guys expect? Also I can live without game or two (crysis (random number) or bf (x) for example) My other specs:

(random) i5 CPU
gtx 660 Gigabyte 2Gb VRAM
8GB 1600MHz RAM
7200rpm HDD

Full HD (1080p) monitor but I can low it down to 720p.

I wont be overclocking anything at home.

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March 31, 2013 9:20:32 AM

You want to play on low settings at 30 fps? That 660 will be enough to do that for years and years. I encourage you to look at the competing cards first though. 660's are a good deal, you can get them as low as $200 but the 7870/7850 are still worth looking at.
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/660?vs=548
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March 31, 2013 10:17:55 AM

mace200200 said:
You want to play on low settings at 30 fps? That 660 will be enough to do that for years and years. I encourage you to look at the competing cards first though. 660's are a good deal, you can get them as low as $200 but the 7870/7850 are still worth looking at.
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/660?vs=548


Thanks! I checked 7870 and 7850 but since my top-priority games will be battlefield 3 and skyrim its waste to buy 20$ more expensive card for lower frames. Prices in Slovenia are sky-high.

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