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Asus HD7750 1GB GDDR5 v2. or Sapphire HD7770 1GB v1 ?

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May 17, 2013 3:56:42 AM

I live in india..i just wanted to ask which card is better
Asus HD7750 1GB GDDR5 v2
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Sapphire HD7770 1GB v1
I just don't want to waste any of my money..just tell me the difference between them and which is better for less money..i want to play all games at high with AA and MA on..i have a good gaming rig..If there is a huge diff. between them , then only tell me to buy the second one....PLEASE SUGGEST ME.

Thanks!
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May 17, 2013 4:01:30 AM

The 7770 is faster, but neither of them is going to play difficult games like crysis 2/3 on high with aa.
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May 17, 2013 4:04:15 AM

DarkSable said:
The 7770 is faster, but neither of them is going to play difficult games like crysis 2/3 on high with aa.


cgeek said:
System Configuration -

Processor - i5 3470
Motherboard - Intel DB75EN
Ram - 4 GB
Hard Disk - 1TB
Graphic Card - Asus AMD 7750 1GB GDDR5
Operating System - Window 8 Pro 64 bit
Windows Experience Index - 5.9/9.9
Screen Resolution- 1440x900

i am not a hardcore gamer and i only play ac series but i want all the recent games like - Battlefield 3, NFS Most Wanted 2013, Skyrim, Batman Arkham City , Assassin's Creed 3, GTA 4 and upcoming future games like - Assassin's Creed 4,5, Batman Arkham Origin, Call Of Duty Ghost, Battlefield 4, GTA 5 should run smoothly with all the setting high except screen resolution. Is it possible? I have recently built this rig @ 35k. Is it a great deal or some upgrade is necessary?


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May 17, 2013 4:10:42 AM

You're going to be good for everything but battlefield 4, which you'll probably have to turn some settings down in.

That being said, the 7770 is still faster - if you can afford it, get it.
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May 17, 2013 4:16:13 AM

cgeek said:
notea said:
you get around 30% performance gain on a 7770.. if its not too costly, id get it
here's a comparision http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/535?vs=536


dude iam taking bout 7750 v2...it is overclocked..

it still uses the same chip and will still be 30% slower than the 7770, the 7770 is just right at your resolution and only around Rs 700 more.. more over, the Sapphire 7770 1GB is a GHz edition and will be a good choice, take a look here at flipkart Sapphire 7770 Ghz and Asus 7750
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May 17, 2013 4:20:46 AM

DarkSable said:
You're going to be good for everything but battlefield 4, which you'll probably have to turn some settings down in.

That being said, the 7770 is still faster - if you can afford it, get it.


Thanks! :) 

I wanted to ask that my processor i5 3470 does not have OC option...is it okay? because i think overclocking doesn't increases much of your speed or something else. It just makes some heating issue and for that i had to get decent fan for my cpu..which is a waste. I thought of getting i5 3570K but then it was a bit coslier. I have oc option in my graphic card but then who overclocks it.
And secondly, i didn't know about haswell stuff when i was building but when i saw the comparing of my processor with the of i5 haswell i found this -
http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i5-4430-vs-Intel-Cor...

had i made a mistake by not waiting for it?
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May 17, 2013 5:18:45 AM

Overclocking is a good option for games that are CPU-bound; the ones that the graphics card barely matters because everything runs on the processor anyways.

It's nice to be able to overclock at the end of your processor's life to give it a little more oomph, but you don't need it.

As for haswell, I wouldn't worry about it too much; yes, it's a bit more powerful, but in the tech game, if you wait for something around the corner, by the time it gets to you, the next shiny thing is just around the corner.
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