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Gtx 760 or Gtx 670 or Gtx 770 for 1600x900 monitor ?

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July 26, 2013 8:02:57 AM

I'm planning to purchase a new pc for gaming . The processor I'm getting is a i5 3570 (as I don't intend to overclock) . However I can not decide between the following models of graphics cards :

a. Asus Gtx 760 DC II OC GDDR5
b. Asus Gtx 770 DC II OC GDDR5
c. Asus Gtx 670 DC II OC GDDR5

I want a decent (40 +) fps at max/ultra settings for all the games (now and some 2-3 years down the line) that I intend to play which include :

Tom Clancy's : Blacklist , The Division (if it gets released on pc :??: )
Battlefield 4
Assassin's Creed 3 , Assassin's Creed 4 : Black Flag
Fifa 14 and later versions
Watch Dogs
Sleeping Dogs
Max Payne 3
Hitman Absolution
GTA 5 etc.

By the way , I am currently using a Gts 450 . I am from India and room temperatures are high . So I want a card that is energy efficient , has good cooling system and at the same time does not compromise with the performance. Moreover, I weigh better detailed graphics and texture and won't mind sacrificing a couple of frames for that .

So , will it be worth buying the 770 (for more cuda cores and TMU) over the 670 (a mid-range favourite) and the 760 (great performance/value) ?

Please help me out ........... :??: 
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July 26, 2013 8:10:58 AM

pick up a 760 or a 670 depending on what is cheaper. also note, other options such as the gigabyte windforce cards (3x fan versions) and the msi twin frozr cards do a better job for cheaper
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July 26, 2013 8:22:16 AM

for 1600x900 you wouldn't need more than a 650ti boost... way cheaper too
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July 26, 2013 10:19:24 AM

TheBigTroll said:
pick up a 760 or a 670 depending on what is cheaper. also note, other options such as the gigabyte windforce cards (3x fan versions) and the msi twin frozr cards do a better job for cheaper


Thanks for the advice , but in my city only Asus cards are available . :( 

Well , I am looking for a kind of 'future proof' option . I do not intend to SLI as well . Keeping that in mind and considering that future games (e.g. gta5, ac4, ac5, witcher3, division, etc.)are going to sport more vivid graphics and more detailed textures , will 770 (128 TMU , 1536 SMU ) at INR 32K be a better buy over the 760 (96 TMU, 1152 SMU) at INR 26K ?
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July 26, 2013 10:23:14 AM

bdiddytampa said:
for 1600x900 you wouldn't need more than a 650ti boost... way cheaper too


Yeah , that's true but what about the texture details ? TXAA and other stuffs NVIDIA has to offer - will I get any considerable noticable difference in the details between 760 and 650ti boost ?
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July 26, 2013 10:27:44 AM

Raheel Hasan said:
At ur resolution 760 is more than enough. It can easily max any game(leave crysis3). As stated above even 650ti boost will do the job for u at much lower cost.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_7...


Right , but will it be future proof ? If I plan to go 1080p and games like gta 5, Tom Clancy Division , Witcher 3, AC5 to play and on top of that 'next gen consoles' round the corner ?
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July 26, 2013 10:44:42 AM

you might want to stay with the 760. great card for your resolution and a good card for 1080p
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July 26, 2013 11:40:14 AM

Zico1989 said:
Raheel Hasan said:
At ur resolution 760 is more than enough. It can easily max any game(leave crysis3). As stated above even 650ti boost will do the job for u at much lower cost.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_7...


Right , but will it be future proof ? If I plan to go 1080p and games like gta 5, Tom Clancy Division , Witcher 3, AC5 to play and on top of that 'next gen consoles' round the corner ?


If u planning for 1080p then u must go with GTX 760, it has the best price to performance for 1080p. If u have a sli capable motherboard then when u feel u r not getting the desired performance u can add another 760 and it will cost u total $500 but it will beat titan.

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July 26, 2013 7:17:24 PM

Zico1989 said:
I'm planning to purchase a new pc for gaming . The processor I'm getting is a i5 3570 (as I don't intend to overclock) . However I can not decide between the following models of graphics cards :

a. Asus Gtx 760 DC II OC GDDR5
b. Asus Gtx 770 DC II OC GDDR5
c. Asus Gtx 670 DC II OC GDDR5

I want a decent (40 +) fps at max/ultra settings for all the games (now and some 2-3 years down the line) that I intend to play which include :

Tom Clancy's : Blacklist , The Division (if it gets released on pc :??: )
Battlefield 4
Assassin's Creed 3 , Assassin's Creed 4 : Black Flag
Fifa 14 and later versions
Watch Dogs
Sleeping Dogs
Max Payne 3
Hitman Absolution
GTA 5 etc.

By the way , I am currently using a Gts 450 . I am from India and room temperatures are high . So I want a card that is energy efficient , has good cooling system and at the same time does not compromise with the performance. Moreover, I weigh better detailed graphics and texture and won't mind sacrificing a couple of frames for that .

So , will it be worth buying the 770 (for more cuda cores and TMU) over the 670 (a mid-range favourite) and the 760 (great performance/value) ?

Please help me out ........... :??: 


Get a 760
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July 26, 2013 10:23:59 PM

Raheel Hasan said:
Zico1989 said:
Raheel Hasan said:
At ur resolution 760 is more than enough. It can easily max any game(leave crysis3). As stated above even 650ti boost will do the job for u at much lower cost.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_7...


Right , but will it be future proof ? If I plan to go 1080p and games like gta 5, Tom Clancy Division , Witcher 3, AC5 to play and on top of that 'next gen consoles' round the corner ?


If u planning for 1080p then u must go with GTX 760, it has the best price to performance for 1080p. If u have a sli capable motherboard then when u feel u r not getting the desired performance u can add another 760 and it will cost u total $500 but it will beat titan.



That's quite right, but will the less number of CUDA cores in 760 be compensated by the lower resolution of my monitor ? What I mean to say is that , will the level of detail be the same for 760 and 770 (ultra settings) if I use a 1600x900 monitor ?
Also I've mentioned earlier I do not intend to SLI . So I will be looking for a single GPU setup . In that case will 770 be the better choice ? (**** I WANT TO MAX OUT EVERY GAME FOR THE NEXT 2-3 YEARS **** & **** TEXTURE DETAILS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN FPS *****)

:pt1cable: 

And one more thing , will an overclocked version of 760 perform close to a reference 770 ?
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July 26, 2013 10:44:58 PM

Zico1989 said:
Raheel Hasan said:
Zico1989 said:
Raheel Hasan said:
At ur resolution 760 is more than enough. It can easily max any game(leave crysis3). As stated above even 650ti boost will do the job for u at much lower cost.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_7...


Right , but will it be future proof ? If I plan to go 1080p and games like gta 5, Tom Clancy Division , Witcher 3, AC5 to play and on top of that 'next gen consoles' round the corner ?


If u planning for 1080p then u must go with GTX 760, it has the best price to performance for 1080p. If u have a sli capable motherboard then when u feel u r not getting the desired performance u can add another 760 and it will cost u total $500 but it will beat titan.



That's quite right, but will the less number of CUDA cores in 760 be compensated by the lower resolution of my monitor ? What I mean to say is that , will the level of detail be the same for 760 and 770 (ultra settings) if I use a 1600x900 monitor ?
Also I've mentioned earlier I do not intend to SLI . So I will be looking for a single GPU setup . In that case will 770 be the better choice ? (**** I WANT TO MAX OUT EVERY GAME FOR THE NEXT 2-3 YEARS **** & **** TEXTURE DETAILS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN FPS *****)

:pt1cable: 

And one more thing , will an overclocked version of 760 perform close to a reference 770 ?


Yes at 1600x900 there is no difference between 760/770 but as u said u may upgrade to 1920x1080 monitor and dont want sli then 770 obviously will last longer.

770 is 20% faster than 760. OC 760 version is just around 3-5% better so 770 is still a lot faster.
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July 27, 2013 12:22:44 AM

still don't know 760 or 7950 I be oc planning on playing 1080p games like bf3 bf4 dayz arma 3 starcraft 2 planetside 2. There both around the same price the msi twin forzer 760 or the gigabyte 7950. I heard bad things about gigabyte customer service and that graphic card is about 11inch also a lot of people reported that fan breaks down and card overheat etc.
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September 1, 2013 10:18:15 PM

no big different between Gtx 760 and 670. but accoding to the following link itz better to go with 670 it has more higher performance than 760. and also i higherly recommend msi it more cheaper and same as the asus no big different.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2013/07/04/msi-geforce...
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