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EVGA GTX 770 Superclocked w/ EVGA ACX Edition ( 2 GB Edition ) QUESTIONS \/

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September 30, 2013 9:25:17 PM

Hey Everyone!
Q: Should I get EVGA GTX 770 Superclocked w/ EVGA ACX Edition 2GB Edition OR ASUS GeForce® GTX 770 DirectCU II ?

IF,
My Specs is

Intel i5-3470 ( 3.2GHz )
8GB Ram
500WATT ( Power supply )
1TB Hard Drive
GT630 Graphics Card ( Currently Having it right now , gonna change it )
Window 8 64-bit
Monitor 1920,1080p


** If you don't Recommend me to Buy this Graphics Card , then what Should I Get?
My Budget : USD$300~400

P.S. A Person From a PC Seller Says that My PSU ( Power supply ) is not enough. Is that TRUE ? Cause Last time there's another Guy says that it's fine....

I Trust you guys more..

Thank You EVERYONE :D 
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September 30, 2013 9:47:32 PM

Look we all know that 770 has earned a name for itself by beating the 680 at gaming benchmarks.EVGA too is an awesome brand to buy gpu but still I recommend you to look after the next gen radeon cards and then make a choice.Maybe the Radeon R9 280X
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October 1, 2013 1:40:09 AM

You should have at least a 600watt power supply for a 770, and if you get one that's overclocked I would aim for 650-700. And remember not to get a cheap power supply, pay attention to the 12v.

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt...

I would also wait until the R9-280x is released to get the best bang for your buck, prices are sure to go down. But with that being said, a 770 or a 7970 GHz will not be a bad choice.
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October 1, 2013 8:13:19 PM

subhadeep082012 said:
Look we all know that 770 has earned a name for itself by beating the 680 at gaming benchmarks.EVGA too is an awesome brand to buy gpu but still I recommend you to look after the next gen radeon cards and then make a choice.Maybe the Radeon R9 280X


mike69k said:
You should have at least a 600watt power supply for a 770, and if you get one that's overclocked I would aim for 650-700. And remember not to get a cheap power supply, pay attention to the 12v.

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt...

I would also wait until the R9-280x is released to get the best bang for your buck, prices are sure to go down. But with that being said, a 770 or a 7970 GHz will not be a bad choice.





When dose that graphics card Release ?
And how much ?
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October 1, 2013 9:04:57 PM

The EVGA ACX is a little overrated and the board components tend to follow the reference designs. The Asus DirectCU on the the other hand is going to be a little quieter and is built with all custom high-end components.

Prices may drop once the AMD cards come out, but that will be in about two weeks at the earliest. The only card that looks like it will be better than the GTX 770 is the flagship R290X, but that will cost about $600.

What brand and model of power supply do you have? 500 watts is a little low, but if its a good PSU you might get by.
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October 1, 2013 9:37:47 PM

17seconds said:
The EVGA ACX is a little overrated and the board components tend to follow the reference designs. The Asus DirectCU on the the other hand is going to be a little quieter and is built with all custom high-end components.

Prices may drop once the AMD cards come out, but that will be in about two weeks at the earliest. The only card that looks like it will be better than the GTX 770 is the flagship R290X, but that will cost about $600.

What brand and model of power supply do you have? 500 watts is a little low, but if its a good PSU you might get by.



I have no idea of what's the Brand and Model for my Power Supply , All I know is 500W From Predator G3620 :) 
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October 1, 2013 9:47:17 PM

Judging from the spec sheet on ACER and other sites, that power supply is not going to cut it. What country are you in, I could help you find a good power supply at a reasonable price.
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October 1, 2013 9:50:28 PM

mike69k said:
Judging from the spec sheet on ACER and other sites, that power supply is not going to cut it. What country are you in, I could help you find a good power supply at a reasonable price.



Singapore :)  Thank you sooo much
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October 1, 2013 11:23:34 PM

mike69k said:
http://www.amazon.com/Seasonic-80Plus-M12II-620-BRONZE/...

This is what I would get. Seasonic and Corsair are the two best brand in my opinion. Make sure you get at least a 80+ Bronze. I am not 100% sure what the best retailer for computer supplies in Singapore is.


thank you :)  So i need that PSU in order to have GTX 770 ?
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October 2, 2013 6:54:07 AM

In any event, you do need to make sure your PSU has two PCIe power cables and that the Amps are enough for the GTX 770, 42 amps on the +12 volt rail.
http://community.acer.com/t5/Desktops-All-In-Ones/Re-GT...
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