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MSI GTX 650ti boost vs cheesy 7870

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August 15, 2013 3:17:00 AM

Hey guys, first time poster here. I was looking to upgrade my aging GPU so i was about to buy this GTX 650ti boost. But then I stumbled upon this 7870 for only 150€. It got me wondering why such a low price. Does it have something wrong with it? Looks too good to be true considering the other 7870 prices.

Edit: Will a corsair gs600 enough to make a little overclock? I'm a bit newb in this OC stuff so it won't be nothing extreme.

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August 15, 2013 3:24:51 AM

MrPhantastic said:
Hey guys, first time poster here. I was looking to upgrade my aging GPU so i was about to buy this GTX 650ti boost. But then I stumbled upon this 7870 for only 150€. It got me wondering why such a low price. Does it have something wrong with it? Looks too good to be true considering the other 7870 prices.

Edit: Will a corsair gs600 enough to make a little overclock? I'm a bit newb in this OC stuff so it won't be nothing extreme.


I can't access the link for the 7870, but if you can get your hands on a 7870, get that, and yes 600W is more than enough
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August 15, 2013 3:28:04 AM

HD 7870 better, even 500w works well.
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August 15, 2013 3:33:28 AM

winkay said:
MrPhantastic said:
Hey guys, first time poster here. I was looking to upgrade my aging GPU so i was about to buy this GTX 650ti boost. But then I stumbled upon this 7870 for only 150€. It got me wondering why such a low price. Does it have something wrong with it? Looks too good to be true considering the other 7870 prices.

Edit: Will a corsair gs600 enough to make a little overclock? I'm a bit newb in this OC stuff so it won't be nothing extreme.


I can't access the link for the 7870, but if you can get your hands on a 7870, get that, and yes 600W is more than enough

Fixed the link in the OP thanks. I'm a bit wary about the price tho. Looks too cheap :D 

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