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Memory bus or Core Clock? Which is most important when buying G.Card?

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June 29, 2013 8:00:35 AM

I need to decide between 2 Cards to buy, both same price but the one has a Better core clock and the other a better Memory bus.I will be utilizing it for After effects, 3ds Max and some games (I.e Battlefield 3 and 4 etc.)

-------------------Card 1---------Card 2
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Memory type : DDR5----------DDR5
Memory size : 2G--------------2G
Memory Bus : 256 bit---------192 bit
Memory Clock : 4800-----------6008
Core Clock : 900mhz -------1032mhz

The two cars in question is the number 1 : MSI R7850 and number 2 Gigabyte GTX 650 ti .
Here is the links :

http://www.msi.com/product/vga/R7850-Twin-Frozr-2GD5-OC...

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=...

Thank for your time!
June 29, 2013 8:04:28 AM

Doesn't really matter. This would be personal preference, take the one with the best cooler and from there you should have some headroom for overclock if needed. By the way what money are you willing to spend?
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June 29, 2013 8:09:05 AM

Rune Olsen said:
Doesn't really matter. This would be personal preference, take the one with the best cooler and from there you should have some headroom for overclock if needed. By the way what money are you willing to spend?


ok i see, thanx. 650 bucks
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June 29, 2013 8:11:05 AM

Mordacai1000 said:
Rune Olsen said:
Doesn't really matter. This would be personal preference, take the one with the best cooler and from there you should have some headroom for overclock if needed. By the way what money are you willing to spend?


ok i see, thanx. 650 bucks


get the gtx780 and have fun :D 
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June 29, 2013 8:12:31 AM

nokiddingboss said:
Mordacai1000 said:
Rune Olsen said:
Doesn't really matter. This would be personal preference, take the one with the best cooler and from there you should have some headroom for overclock if needed. By the way what money are you willing to spend?


ok i see, thanx. 650 bucks


get the gtx780 and have fun :D 


I wish !:( 
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June 29, 2013 8:19:15 AM

Mordacai1000 said:
nokiddingboss said:
Mordacai1000 said:
Rune Olsen said:
Doesn't really matter. This would be personal preference, take the one with the best cooler and from there you should have some headroom for overclock if needed. By the way what money are you willing to spend?


ok i see, thanx. 650 bucks


get the gtx780 and have fun :D 


I wish !:( 


well you've got $650 budget so why not buy it? the least you can buy with $650 is a pair of gtx760 with $100 to spare. or is $650 for the whole system? if that's the case then take the 650ti boost :D 
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June 29, 2013 10:08:57 AM

nokiddingboss said:
Mordacai1000 said:
nokiddingboss said:
Mordacai1000 said:
Rune Olsen said:
Doesn't really matter. This would be personal preference, take the one with the best cooler and from there you should have some headroom for overclock if needed. By the way what money are you willing to spend?


ok i see, thanx. 650 bucks


get the gtx780 and have fun :D 


I wish !:( 


well you've got $650 budget so why not buy it? the least you can buy with $650 is a pair of gtx760 with $100 to spare. or is $650 for the whole system? if that's the case then take the 650ti boost :D 


The Budget is $260 and not $650
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June 30, 2013 3:06:46 AM

Mordacai1000 said:
nokiddingboss said:
Mordacai1000 said:
nokiddingboss said:
Mordacai1000 said:
Rune Olsen said:
Doesn't really matter. This would be personal preference, take the one with the best cooler and from there you should have some headroom for overclock if needed. By the way what money are you willing to spend?


ok i see, thanx. 650 bucks


get the gtx780 and have fun :D 


I wish !:( 


well you've got $650 budget so why not buy it? the least you can buy with $650 is a pair of gtx760 with $100 to spare. or is $650 for the whole system? if that's the case then take the 650ti boost :D 


The Budget is $260 and not $650


ahh ok my bad. with $260 budget you may want to aim a little higher than a gtx650ti boost/ hd7850. the gtx760 and hd 7870xt is right up your alley. its pretty much a toss up between the two.
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June 30, 2013 3:56:20 AM

Would that be US, Canadian, Australian...Dollars?
I've heard bad things about the HD7870XT/LEs reliability so the GTX760 gets my recommendation.
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June 30, 2013 4:11:24 AM

GTX 760 is your pick
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