Need a graphics card for around £200-300 for BF4, BF3, Crysis 2&3

I've got Intel I5 3570k
Asrock z77 Extreme 4
Corsair 750w Modular
I want to play BF4 & BF3 On Average FPS
& Crysis 2 and also 3
What is decent FPS for any game without lag and stuttering
Preferably on amazon, Thanks
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  1. I would go with the HD 7970 or if you want Nvidia I
    Would go with GTX 670
  2. Try a GTX 660 FTW, or 2GB GTX 660 ti.

    gtx 660 FTW : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130833

    gtx 660 ti (pny) : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133466

    They're both amazing cards, and will play what you want at what you want. But remember, everything's within moderation. You're not going to be running 3 monitors and Crysis 3 on Ultra settings and HD textures with a single 660; or even the ti. (Even though I heard the TI has some surprisingly good results in Nvidia surround; when you compensate for some of the graphical settings.)

    Me? I would save up for a 670; preferably the Zotac AMP edition. (if they're even out anymore? if not, non-amp.)
    If you're really sticking to a 200-300$ budget, defiantly grab one of these cards, and maybe even go SLi in the future. You'll be happy with the results.

    Here are some quick benchmarks I grabbed from a ol' google search:

    gtx 660-
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 40
    avg- 56
    max- 72

    Crysis 2-
    min- 31
    avg- 36
    max- 42

    gtx 660 ti:
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 45
    avg-65
    max- 86

    Crysis 2-
    min- 58
    avg- 73
    max- 88

    BTW; these are overclocked benchmarks. ( which I highly suggest doing if you're getting a nvidia card. Here's a good program to get you set up: http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm )
  3. TheDoctorX said:
    Try a GTX 660 FTW, or 2GB GTX 660 ti.

    gtx 660 FTW : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130833

    gtx 660 ti (pny) : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133466

    They're both amazing cards, and will play what you what at what you want. But remember, everything's within moderation. You're not going to be running 3 monitors and Crysis 3 on Ultra settings and HD textures with a single 660; or even the ti. (Even though I heard the TI has some surprisingly good results in Nvidia surround; when you compensate for some of the graphical settings.)

    Me? I would save up for a 670; preferably the Zotac AMP edition. (if they're even out anymore? if not, non-amp.)
    If you're really sticking to a 200-300$ budget, defiantly grab one of these cards, and maybe even go SLi in the future. You'll be happy with the results.

    Here are some quick benchmarks I grabbed from a ol' google search:

    gtx 660-
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 40
    avg- 56
    max- 72

    Crysis 2-
    min- 31
    avg- 36
    max- 42

    gtx 660 ti:
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 45
    avg-65
    max- 86

    Crysis 2-
    min- 58
    avg- 73
    max- 88

    BTW; these are overclocked benchmarks. ( which I highly suggest doing if you're getting a nvidia card. Here's a good program to get you set up: http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm )

    What about if I buy 2 gtx few or 2 gtx ti?,
  4. mrbluee said:
    TheDoctorX said:
    Try a GTX 660 FTW, or 2GB GTX 660 ti.

    gtx 660 FTW : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130833

    gtx 660 ti (pny) : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133466

    They're both amazing cards, and will play what you what at what you want. But remember, everything's within moderation. You're not going to be running 3 monitors and Crysis 3 on Ultra settings and HD textures with a single 660; or even the ti. (Even though I heard the TI has some surprisingly good results in Nvidia surround; when you compensate for some of the graphical settings.)

    Me? I would save up for a 670; preferably the Zotac AMP edition. (if they're even out anymore? if not, non-amp.)
    If you're really sticking to a 200-300$ budget, defiantly grab one of these cards, and maybe even go SLi in the future. You'll be happy with the results.

    Here are some quick benchmarks I grabbed from a ol' google search:

    gtx 660-
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 40
    avg- 56
    max- 72

    Crysis 2-
    min- 31
    avg- 36
    max- 42

    gtx 660 ti:
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 45
    avg-65
    max- 86

    Crysis 2-
    min- 58
    avg- 73
    max- 88

    BTW; these are overclocked benchmarks. ( which I highly suggest doing if you're getting a nvidia card. Here's a good program to get you set up: http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm )

    What about if I buy 2 gtx few or 2 gtx ti?,


    You mean 2 gtx 660's; or 660 ti's? yeah, go ahead and do that if you can. They show better performance than and 670 and 680 in a lot of cases. for this SLI, I reccomend a 750 Watt PSU (bronze 80+ certified) or higher.
  5. TheDoctorX said:
    mrbluee said:
    TheDoctorX said:
    Try a GTX 660 FTW, or 2GB GTX 660 ti.

    gtx 660 FTW : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130833

    gtx 660 ti (pny) : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133466

    They're both amazing cards, and will play what you what at what you want. But remember, everything's within moderation. You're not going to be running 3 monitors and Crysis 3 on Ultra settings and HD textures with a single 660; or even the ti. (Even though I heard the TI has some surprisingly good results in Nvidia surround; when you compensate for some of the graphical settings.)

    Me? I would save up for a 670; preferably the Zotac AMP edition. (if they're even out anymore? if not, non-amp.)
    If you're really sticking to a 200-300$ budget, defiantly grab one of these cards, and maybe even go SLi in the future. You'll be happy with the results.

    Here are some quick benchmarks I grabbed from a ol' google search:

    gtx 660-
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 40
    avg- 56
    max- 72

    Crysis 2-
    min- 31
    avg- 36
    max- 42

    gtx 660 ti:
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 45
    avg-65
    max- 86

    Crysis 2-
    min- 58
    avg- 73
    max- 88

    BTW; these are overclocked benchmarks. ( which I highly suggest doing if you're getting a nvidia card. Here's a good program to get you set up: http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm )

    What about if I buy 2 gtx few or 2 gtx ti?,


    You mean 2 gtx 660's; or 660 ti's? yeah, go ahead and do that if you can. They show better performance than and 670 and 680 in a lot of cases. for this SLI, I reccomend a 750 Watt PSU (bronze 80+ certified) or higher.


    Is this the same? http://www.amazon.co.uk/EVGA-GeForce-Graphics-Express-Surround/dp/B00A124AZS/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1368293853&sr=8-4&keywords=Gtx+660+ftw
  6. mrbluee said:
    TheDoctorX said:
    mrbluee said:
    TheDoctorX said:
    Try a GTX 660 FTW, or 2GB GTX 660 ti.

    gtx 660 FTW : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130833

    gtx 660 ti (pny) : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133466

    They're both amazing cards, and will play what you what at what you want. But remember, everything's within moderation. You're not going to be running 3 monitors and Crysis 3 on Ultra settings and HD textures with a single 660; or even the ti. (Even though I heard the TI has some surprisingly good results in Nvidia surround; when you compensate for some of the graphical settings.)

    Me? I would save up for a 670; preferably the Zotac AMP edition. (if they're even out anymore? if not, non-amp.)
    If you're really sticking to a 200-300$ budget, defiantly grab one of these cards, and maybe even go SLi in the future. You'll be happy with the results.

    Here are some quick benchmarks I grabbed from a ol' google search:

    gtx 660-
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 40
    avg- 56
    max- 72

    Crysis 2-
    min- 31
    avg- 36
    max- 42

    gtx 660 ti:
    BF3 (ultra)-
    min- 45
    avg-65
    max- 86

    Crysis 2-
    min- 58
    avg- 73
    max- 88

    BTW; these are overclocked benchmarks. ( which I highly suggest doing if you're getting a nvidia card. Here's a good program to get you set up: http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm )

    What about if I buy 2 gtx few or 2 gtx ti?,


    You mean 2 gtx 660's; or 660 ti's? yeah, go ahead and do that if you can. They show better performance than and 670 and 680 in a lot of cases. for this SLI, I reccomend a 750 Watt PSU (bronze 80+ certified) or higher.


    Is this the same? http://www.amazon.co.uk/EVGA-GeForce-Graphics-Express-Surround/dp/B00A124AZS/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1368293853&sr=8-4&keywords=Gtx+660+ftw


    oh; that's a 660 ti FTW! For a great price, too. I'd grab that if you have the money!
  7. I'm not that impressed, not when I can find a full GTX670 under budget at the first place I looked:
    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-018-KF&groupid=701&catid=1914&subcat=2294
    If you can push the budget a little harder the HD7970 can be found for about £320:
    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-297-SP&tool=3
    A few extra places to look (I assume you're in the UK): Dabs, Misco, Novatech, Overclockers, Scan, Aria, CCL, Pixmania, and Ebuyer.
    Nvidia are releasing new cards at the end of the month, so unless you're desperate to purchase I'd wait until the reviews are in and the dust has settled before making a decision.
  8. Coffeeband84 said:
    I would go with the HD 7970 or if you want Nvidia I
    Would go with GTX 670

    No I have the gtx670 and the beta demolished it. And I am talking about the 2 gig version so it might be good for a 3-4 gig one
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