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Nvidia 1GB GDDR3 9800GT or HD 6670?

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July 25, 2013 4:02:35 PM

Which card is better? My friend has a 9800 gt and can smooooothly run crysis 3, even if its older than the 6670. So which one is better?

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July 25, 2013 4:14:35 PM

ATI 6670.

I have a 9800 gt right here, and trust me it need`s replacing.
I can still play games with the card, but have to turn the settings down like AA in new games to get a decent enough frame rate.

You will get a bit more for your money with the 6670 card, it all depends on what resolution and graphics settings you wish to have to give you good FPS.
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July 25, 2013 4:25:35 PM

What flavor of 6670 are you considering? There's a GDDR3 and GDDR5 versions out there. GDDR5 is better, of course. What's your budget OP? What resolution??
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July 25, 2013 5:40:27 PM

I would suggest at least HD 7750 GDDR5

BTW, what's your rig's spec? (CPU, mobo, GPU, PSU)
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July 26, 2013 9:33:56 AM

I got a Nvidia gt210 1GB for the moment, My specs are:

2GB RAM ( I also have additional 4x1GB RAM cards but no slots for them in my motherboard)
350W PSU (about, may be 500w, but im not really sure.)
Intel Celeron E3400 @2.60GHz @2.60GHz Dual-Core
And the motherboard: P5KPL-AM SE

I am trying to upgrade my pc before I go to college for game development, and for the moment my budget is £70. I am trying to make a list of budget upgrading hardware for about under £250-£300.

Also What do you guys think I should upgrade first? Because I asked previously which motherboard and CPU should I buy, but maybe I should not start with CPU but something else? I am a noob when it comes to hardware.

Also I am thinking about the GDDR5 HD6670, except if i find a 7750 for a little more.
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July 26, 2013 10:13:57 AM

I'm trying to find a CPU suit your mobo in pcpartpickers.com but failed

So which parts are u trying to upgrade?
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July 26, 2013 3:48:53 PM

I was thinking about it,I will stay with upgrading the mobo first. Buying a CPU with it and then RAM and a Graphics Card except if i get a decent APU. Money is unfortunelly always the problem. But nevermind. Thank you guys for helping me out.
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