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gtx 760 or gtx 650ti boost or 660ti or a radeon?

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July 7, 2013 6:54:36 AM

i need advice for gpu,my monitor resolution is 1024-1080,mostly for gaming. i lives in indonesia, a tropical country. i need this ASAP for playing games with my brothers in 23-24 july 2013. in indonesia, the gtx 700 series is still pre-order. thanks for helping!!!
July 7, 2013 7:04:14 AM

rasen05 said:
i need advice for gpu,my monitor resolution is 1024-1080,mostly for gaming. i lives in indonesia, a tropical country. i need this ASAP for playing games with my brothers in 23-24 july 2013. in indonesia, the gtx 700 series is still pre-order. thanks for helping!!!


Honestly speaking, at that resolution the 650ti boost is all you need to max out games.....But if you have the money and are willing to spend more then get a gtx 760. Its a brilliant card for the price...
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July 7, 2013 7:06:54 AM

Definatly go with gtx 760. It is best than any other budget gpu. For 1080p you will play all games on high setting. No chance to get any othet gpu when you can go with gtx 760. It is new and has a new chipset, high performance, better cooling means everything is perfect.
I hope it helps.
Thank you.
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July 7, 2013 7:10:28 AM

princejeet said:
Definatly go with gtx 760. It is best than any other budget gpu. For 1080p you will play all games on high setting. No chance to get any othet gpu when you can go with gtx 760. It is new and has a new chipset, high performance, better cooling means everything is perfect.
I hope it helps.
Thank you.


His resolution is not 1080p. Its 1024*1080.....1080p is generally referred to 1920*1080....Jst saying BTW....:p 
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July 7, 2013 8:54:40 AM

Both are correct - GTX760 is truly excellent but GTX650 Ti Boost is also a brilliant card, more than capable for low resolution and it draws a lot less power, so less heat in a hot country.
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July 7, 2013 9:00:57 AM

ayushde said:
princejeet said:
Definatly go with gtx 760. It is best than any other budget gpu. For 1080p you will play all games on high setting. No chance to get any othet gpu when you can go with gtx 760. It is new and has a new chipset, high performance, better cooling means everything is perfect.
I hope it helps.
Thank you.


His resolution is not 1080p. Its 1024*1080.....1080p is generally referred to 1920*1080....Jst saying BTW....:p 


I know that very well my friend. But future is also a thing. I don' think he will leave upgrading parts of his pc and if he can get gtx 760 then why any other.
I hope it helps.
Thank you.
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July 7, 2013 9:10:35 AM

princejeet said:
ayushde said:
princejeet said:
Definatly go with gtx 760. It is best than any other budget gpu. For 1080p you will play all games on high setting. No chance to get any othet gpu when you can go with gtx 760. It is new and has a new chipset, high performance, better cooling means everything is perfect.
I hope it helps.
Thank you.


His resolution is not 1080p. Its 1024*1080.....1080p is generally referred to 1920*1080....Jst saying BTW....:p 


I know that very well my friend. But future is also a thing. I don' think he will leave upgrading parts of his pc and if he can get gtx 760 then why any other.
I hope it helps.
Thank you.


Yes in that case you're right, for future proofing gtx 760 is the way to go....
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July 8, 2013 7:02:16 AM

can you give advice for brand the gtx 760? i no problem with loud noise
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July 8, 2013 7:08:46 AM

Go with the GTX 760 http://amzn.to/15J0OZX It is absolutely the best bang for your buck right now and will last you quite a long time if you continue at that resolution. The EVGA with ACX is a great card and cooler also.
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July 8, 2013 7:29:26 AM

Yups you can go with EVGA or Gigabyte. Both brands are really good in case of 760. They both have great performance and as well as cooling solution too. These both cards are best bang for mony.
I hope it helps.
Thank you.
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July 9, 2013 8:10:16 AM

the broblem is i just get a 450w antec vp series psu,and my mom said no more power for my pc,so gigabyte is not an option,the EVGA is too long for wait,in online stores on my country evga is the most highest price and just sell gtx 500&600 series
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July 9, 2013 8:22:47 AM

Don't worry - even at load the GTX770 won't draw much over 200 watts. Plus the rest of your system, 450 watts will be ample provided it's a quality PSU.
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July 9, 2013 9:05:24 AM

Check asus or msi too.
They are also a great gpu maker and a quality product.
Hope helps.
Thank you.
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July 9, 2013 9:16:21 AM

The 760, is better by a long shot, it is $50 less than 660 ti and better preformance than all. The 760 is a part of the 700 series GPU by nvidia, which means it goes with the GPU Boost 2.0, it basically overclockes your gpu based on temperature, so if you get good cooling than it should be almost 670 performance $100 less.
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July 10, 2013 8:47:38 AM

so,can i run i5 4th gen and asus gtx 760+1 hdd+1 odd?
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July 10, 2013 11:24:50 PM

Yups.
Your load is looks like around 300-350w according to ur specks. You can go easily. No problm.
Thank you.
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July 11, 2013 7:36:44 PM

with antec vp 450w/fsp hexa 500w?
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July 11, 2013 9:47:13 PM

rasen05 said:
with antec vp 450w/fsp hexa 500w?


Which one you already have ..?
Or you buying any psu.?
Both psus are not haswell certified. I dont think they works well on 4th gen pc.
Thank you.
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July 12, 2013 2:50:07 AM

for what haswell certified?if you just shut down the power every time? or maybe i buy fsp raider,because in my country is cheaper than corsair
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July 12, 2013 11:12:33 AM

Out of all the 760 will be the strongest.
If you are playing only on 1080p i suggest the 650ti boost or 660ti if you have the money.
The performance of 660ti is really really close to the 760
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July 13, 2013 10:57:54 PM

ok, i think i just can use gtx 650ti boost/660/660ti because the gtx 760 is so expansive
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July 13, 2013 11:08:17 PM

Just saying that by getting that you're using kind of old tech for the future and messing out on the 760 because the price miiight go up in the future.
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July 14, 2013 2:18:09 AM

Prices will usually go down over time. Interesting the GTX760 is more expensive where you are (in Britain and America it's slightly cheaper than the GTX760 despite being faster) so goes to show how there's no "one size fits all" value recommendation for the entire world. Of course you can't talk about price/performance without knowing the price :-) I wouldn't consider GTX660 Ti "old tech" anyway - it's the same architecture as the GTX700 series. The next big advance will be Maxwell and that's a while off yet.
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July 14, 2013 2:39:29 AM

sam_p_lay said:
Prices will usually go down over time. Interesting the GTX760 is more expensive where you are (in Britain and America it's slightly cheaper than the GTX760 despite being faster) so goes to show how there's no "one size fits all" value recommendation for the entire world. Of course you can't talk about price/performance without knowing the price :-) I wouldn't consider GTX660 Ti "old tech" anyway - it's the same architecture as the GTX700 series. The next big advance will be Maxwell and that's a while off yet.

I never said 660 ti is old tech, he said he's gonna go with 650 ti, also I'm in the us and I know that 760 is 250 dollors. Learn that before your not sure where someone is from or if they know the price of something or not dont talk like you know everything. That's just a stupid move that makes people think you're a stubbern 13 year old which shouldn't be on the website.
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July 14, 2013 2:48:59 AM

Renox said:
sam_p_lay said:
Prices will usually go down over time. Interesting the GTX760 is more expensive where you are (in Britain and America it's slightly cheaper than the GTX760 despite being faster) so goes to show how there's no "one size fits all" value recommendation for the entire world. Of course you can't talk about price/performance without knowing the price :-) I wouldn't consider GTX660 Ti "old tech" anyway - it's the same architecture as the GTX700 series. The next big advance will be Maxwell and that's a while off yet.

I never said 660 ti is old tech, he said he's gonna go with 650 ti, also I'm in the us and I know that 760 is 250 dollors. Learn that before your not sure where someone is from or if they know the price of something or not dont talk like you know everything. That's just a stupid move that makes people think you're a stubbern 13 year old which shouldn't be on the website.


LOL are you joking? Your post is barely literate (seriously it's almost meaningless). Mine was factual and level-headed. It didn't sound like some rant/tantrum thrown by a child. And I didn't say I'm not sure where anybody is from - OP is from Indonesia. He said that in his first post. You shouldn't assume everyone is American.
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July 14, 2013 3:02:50 AM

OP - my post should have said "Interesting the GTX760 is more expensive where you are (in Britain and America it's slightly cheaper than the GTX660 Ti despite being faster) so goes to show how there's no "one size fits all" value recommendation for the entire world." Obviously the GTX760 is not cheaper than itself :-) What kind of prices are you looking at for all these models?
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July 14, 2013 3:04:01 AM

maybe 660/ti i use to be my vga because 760 is to expansive
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July 14, 2013 6:01:33 AM

sam_p_lay said:
Renox said:
sam_p_lay said:
Prices will usually go down over time. Interesting the GTX760 is more expensive where you are (in Britain and America it's slightly cheaper than the GTX760 despite being faster) so goes to show how there's no "one size fits all" value recommendation for the entire world. Of course you can't talk about price/performance without knowing the price :-) I wouldn't consider GTX660 Ti "old tech" anyway - it's the same architecture as the GTX700 series. The next big advance will be Maxwell and that's a while off yet.

I never said 660 ti is old tech, he said he's gonna go with 650 ti, also I'm in the us and I know that 760 is 250 dollors. Learn that before your not sure where someone is from or if they know the price of something or not dont talk like you know everything. That's just a stupid move that makes people think you're a stubbern 13 year old which shouldn't be on the website.


LOL are you joking? Your post is barely literate (seriously it's almost meaningless). Mine was factual and level-headed. It didn't sound like some rant/tantrum thrown by a child. And I didn't say I'm not sure where anybody is from - OP is from Indonesia. He said that in his first post. You shouldn't assume everyone is American.


I never assumed anyone is American kid, just stop complaining about stuff over text. When you reply to someone's comment they get the feeling that you're talking to them(obviously)
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July 14, 2013 6:11:04 AM

The post that caused you to become angry and throw a tantrum wasn't a reply at all - it was a fresh post like this one. Though obviously it was in response to what you said. I avoid replying too much because it clogs up threads with hugely-nested comments since the forum changed. I also didn't complain about anything - the only complaining was you getting upset about my post. Which was actually a totally factual post (where I mistakenly said "GTX760" twice in the comparison). Is there a specific point you feel is incorrect?

EDIT: By the way, using "13-year-old" as an insult is something typically done by 14-year-olds :-) Not by adults. You only make yourself appear immature by doing that. I don't know how old you are (and I don't care) though I hope for your sake you're an average-maturity kid. That's far preferable to being an adult with that level of maturity.
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