which one should i buy

AMD Radeon™ HD 7750 1GB DDR5 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 1 GB GDDR5 which one is better ..... the price for both almost same only Rs. 200 difference and are in my budget
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  1. GTX 650 Definitely.

    Its stronger and overall much better due to variety of features which ATI lacks including a better SLI system.
    You just need a better PSU.
  2. Throughout driver updates, HD7750 is about 5% better than a GTX650 now. Not that big of a different but still worth considering. This card on flipkart offers the best performance/price ratio in my opinion : http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-hd-7750-1-gb-gddr5-graphics-card/p/itmd7th7wdspnbrh?pid=GRCD7TGZBJSTR5YD&ref=7aee6cad-526b-4424-99b3-0e3f2c33d574&srno=t_1&otracker=from-search&query=hd%207750
  3. well if you have a weak power supply than you should go with radeon hd 7750 gddr5

    if you've a strong one than a gtx 650 is better

    gtx 650 is around 4%faster than radeon hd 7750 ddr5
  4. luckiest charm said:
    GTX 650 Definitely.

    Its stronger and overall much better.



    its not 650ti its gtx 650 only... 650 ti is out of my budget...
  5. Seemant Shekhar said:
    luckiest charm said:
    GTX 650 Definitely.

    Its stronger and overall much better.



    its not 650ti its gtx 650 only... 650 ti is out of my budget...


    I guess I said the same thing. :)
  6. luckiest charm said:
    GTX 650 Definitely.

    Its stronger and overall much better due to variety of features which ATI lacks including a better SLI system.
    You just need a better PSU.


    my desky configs are amd fx-4100, asus M5A88-m, 4GB Ram, 500 GB Hard Disk and 450W PSU....

    450W PSU will be enough?
  7. luckiest charm said:
    GTX 650 Definitely.

    Its stronger and overall much better due to variety of features which ATI lacks including a better SLI system.
    You just need a better PSU.


    my desky configs are amd fx-4100, asus M5A88-m, 4GB Ram, 500 GB Hard Disk and 450W PSU....

    450W PSU will be enough?
  8. luckiest charm said:
    Seemant Shekhar said:
    luckiest charm said:
    GTX 650 Definitely.

    Its stronger and overall much better.



    its not 650ti its gtx 650 only... 650 ti is out of my budget...


    I guess I said the same thing. :)


    The more you try to edit, the more mistakes you're making. Please point out essential features that 650 has while 7750 doesn't, how do you setup SLi with a 650, plus why do you need a better PSU to run a GTX650 over a HD7750.
  9. Madn3ss795 said:
    luckiest charm said:
    Seemant Shekhar said:
    luckiest charm said:
    GTX 650 Definitely.

    Its stronger and overall much better.



    its not 650ti its gtx 650 only... 650 ti is out of my budget...


    yeah srry my bad...

    I guess I said the same thing. :)


    The more you try to edit, the more mistakes you're making. Please point out essential features that 650 has while 7750 doesn't, how do you setup SLi with a 650, plus why do you need a better PSU to run a GTX650 over a HD7750.
  10. please specify the brand make and model of your psu ...well without knowing much about your psu my recommendation still would be an hd 7750
  11. in my opinion a cheap generic 450watts psu can be risky for a system containing a gtx 650..if its a good branded one then i think that the gtx 650 is a good option .
  12. I don't get the point of "better PSU for GTX650" here. Both the GTX650 and the HD7750 consumes less than 60w under load. GTX650 models often have a 6-pin power connector, that is often stated as "made for overclocking" ( ironically, most GTX650 have too bad of a cooler that the card can't be OC-ed high enough to consumes over 75w under load ) and maybe some people with a special board that doesn't have a pci-e x16 slot ( to provide enough powers without the need of an external power cable ).
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