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July 11, 2013 9:51:29 AM

I currently do not have the money to build the i5-3570k that I want, but I do wish to play games with my current build at High/Ultra settings with good frames. Until I build the i5, I would like to purchase a card and psu now to get me by. My options are the gtx 650 ti boost, 660 (non-ti and ti), and the 760. The games I would be playing would be BF3, LoL, WoW, and Minecraft. Please let me know which you would recommend, thank you.

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i3-3225
Asrock h77m
8GB 1600 RAM Ripjaws
WD Black 500GB
Corsair 430w PSU

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July 11, 2013 10:06:26 AM

If you can afford the 760, it is the best option. The 760 is very similar to the 660 Ti but a little better in performance. Also it's technically next gen, so it will get the most love as far as drivers go. The 760 will more than suit you needs for those titles 60 + in Wow and MC (BF3 might only get 45-60 FPS on max) That i3 souldn't bottleneck the card, so don't worry about that.
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July 11, 2013 11:13:12 AM

BranFlake5 said:
If you can afford the 760, it is the best option. The 760 is very similar to the 660 Ti but a little better in performance. Also it's technically next gen, so it will get the most love as far as drivers go. The 760 will more than suit you needs for those titles 60 + in Wow and MC (BF3 might only get 45-60 FPS on max) That i3 souldn't bottleneck the card, so don't worry about that.


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July 11, 2013 9:28:06 PM

illdubb said:
BranFlake5 said:
If you can afford the 760, it is the best option. The 760 is very similar to the 660 Ti but a little better in performance. Also it's technically next gen, so it will get the most love as far as drivers go. The 760 will more than suit you needs for those titles 60 + in Wow and MC (BF3 might only get 45-60 FPS on max) That i3 souldn't bottleneck the card, so don't worry about that.


1080p?


Yeah, and I reccomend Geforce Experience for Nvidia gaming. It suggests the best gaming settings for your setup.
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