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which gpu to buy GTX 650 Ti boost 2gb or the & 7850 2 gb ???

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June 13, 2013 3:04:54 AM

im building a new gaming rig

im confused between 2 cards gtx 650 ti boost 2 gb (price: 12k indian rupees)

and the 7850 2 gb (priced at 15.5k indian rupees)

which one to goo with and which brand ???

Thx in advance guys.....
June 13, 2013 3:19:56 AM

Definitely the GeForce. They're the same speed. The Radeon may overclock slightly better, but even if it does, not by enough to justify that price difference. And if you ever want to add a second GPU, SLI gives MUCH better results than Crossfire. For brand, it depends... would you overclock? If not, make your decision by prices and warranties. Here, EVGA and PNY offer best warranties (followed by Gigabyte). Check the manufacturers sites and you'll probably have to email some, as not all manufacturers make it clear.
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June 13, 2013 3:26:24 AM

you can get gtx 660 @ 14.2k at indiatimes better than both & more future proof than these 2 cards
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June 13, 2013 3:33:46 AM

akshayghai29785 said:
you can get gtx 660 @ 14.2k at indiatimes better than both & more future proof than these 2 cards


Do this! That's an awesome deal.
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June 13, 2013 3:53:55 AM

sam_p_lay said:
akshayghai29785 said:
you can get gtx 660 @ 14.2k at indiatimes better than both & more future proof than these 2 cards


Do this! That's an awesome deal.

hey what about zotac that's not a gud brand ???
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June 13, 2013 3:56:24 AM

I avoid them because they're PC Partner - same company as Sapphire for Radeons. I've had several Sapphires die on me (always right after the warranty expires) so I don't trust them. May be OK though.
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June 13, 2013 4:20:24 AM

sam_p_lay said:
I avoid them because they're PC Partner - same company as Sapphire for Radeons. I've had several Sapphires die on me (always right after the warranty expires) so I don't trust them. May be OK though.


it has a decent 3 years warrenty

dosen that sound good
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June 13, 2013 4:23:13 AM

It does indeed. Sapphire used to offer three years here and I had a card break exactly 36 months after I bought it! Then they dropped warranty to two years and I had one Sapphire card die after 2 years 6 months and another die after 2 years 4 months. If you're likely to buy a new card in three years anyway then I don't suppose it really matters.
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June 13, 2013 4:55:06 AM

sam_p_lay said:
It does indeed. Sapphire used to offer three years here and I had a card break exactly 36 months after I bought it! Then they dropped warranty to two years and I had one Sapphire card die after 2 years 6 months and another die after 2 years 4 months. If you're likely to buy a new card in three years anyway then I don't suppose it really matters.


hey how about MSI how does this company doo is it gud???
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June 13, 2013 5:07:23 AM

They do! My friend's parents are still using my old MSI GeForce MX460 from 10 years ago!
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June 13, 2013 7:45:06 AM

MSI is a good respectable brand. I haven't owned any cards made by them but they have a good reputation
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