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November 20, 2013 10:52:23 PM

Hey guys
I'm going to buy a new gpu
Budget 15000inr
My present specs are:
Intel core i3 3220
5gb ddr3 1333 ram
500w psu
Hd 7770 1gb ddr5
18.5" lcd monitor
1366x768 resolution
Win 7 64bit
I want to play all latest games at high fps...plz suggest...thanx in advance :-)

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November 20, 2013 11:00:03 PM

R9 270X, 7870 XT, R9 270, 7870, 7850, 7850 1GB

Basically in that order, if you can find one in your budget.
Generally the 7870 would be the lowest that 'should' provide you with enough juice for things, but even the 7850's are a major improvement over your 7770.
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November 20, 2013 11:02:51 PM

If you're going to a local market the go with GTX 660 2 GB, that's a golden choice in that price range. Online prices are higher then local retailers.
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November 21, 2013 12:02:00 AM

"500W psu" is of no use to us. Please specify model no. and power distribution
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November 21, 2013 5:27:40 AM

11997825,0,731 681 said:
"500W psu" is of no use to us. Please specify model no. and power distribution


Model huntkey 500w green power
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November 21, 2013 5:29:18 AM

rvilkman said:
R9 270X, 7870 XT, R9 270, 7870, 7850, 7850 1GB

Basically in that order, if you can find one in your budget.
Generally the 7870 would be the lowest that 'should' provide you with enough juice for things, but even the 7850's are a major improvement over your 7770.

How good is r series gpus??
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November 21, 2013 6:38:53 AM

U need to replace that psu. Your budget just cut short
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November 21, 2013 7:22:46 AM

Ok..I will replace that one...but what abt gpu..
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November 21, 2013 7:32:06 AM

Arnab_sarma said:
Ok..I will replace that one...but what abt gpu..


What is your total budget for gpu and psu?

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November 21, 2013 8:01:50 AM

chimera201 said:
Arnab_sarma said:
Ok..I will replace that one...but what abt gpu..


What is your total budget for gpu and psu?


Gpu 15000inr...psu 5000inr
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November 21, 2013 9:12:14 AM

But r9 270x is better than gtx 660
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November 21, 2013 9:32:24 AM

Arnab_sarma said:
But r9 270x is better than gtx 660


Can u find an R9 270X within ur budget?

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November 21, 2013 10:35:27 AM

660 vs 7870

The standard 7870 is about the same performance wise as R9 270. R9 270X is about 5% faster than the 7870.

So the performance between the two is pretty close. Depending on game 7870 takes a considerable lead.
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November 21, 2013 10:59:24 AM

The Ti version of 660 is faster in many popular games than r9 270x. It all depends on which game and what configuration and what settings and budget does one opts to choose. Overall, 660 Ti is much better bang for buck GPU in my opinion,including the fact that is cheaper in local market (and available) and runs cooler on lower power than either 7870 or R9 270.

Corsair VS 550 W is available at below 3000 range in any part of India which is more than enough for 660 Ti, otherwise go for 600 W PSU for AMD cards.
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November 21, 2013 11:17:03 AM

Ti version yes, but the Ti version is also much more expensive. If you can get the Ti at the same price then sure, but usually the Ti's are much more expensive.
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November 21, 2013 11:29:43 AM

rvilkman said:
Ti version yes, but the Ti version is also much more expensive. If you can get the Ti at the same price then sure, but usually the Ti's are much more expensive.


Where i am recommending the OP to buy the 660 Ti it is only Rs. 200 something (around $4) more than R9 270x. Tell me it isn't it a great deal.
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November 21, 2013 11:44:20 AM

That does sound like a good deal.
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November 21, 2013 11:44:23 AM

That does sound like a good deal.
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November 21, 2013 7:00:54 PM

So guys....what is ur opinions???..I play all kinds of games...also I want a future proof gpu
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November 21, 2013 11:59:35 PM

Arnab_sarma said:
So guys....what is ur opinions???..I play all kinds of games...also I want a future proof gpu


There isn't anything as future proofing. Any card will become obsolete in 3 years. The first thing that u will want to upgrade is the GPU

And selection of card mainly depends on budget. With your budget GTX 660 is the way to go
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November 22, 2013 1:58:31 AM

Arnab_sarma said:
So guys....what is ur opinions???..I play all kinds of games...also I want a future proof gpu


First of all, where do you live?
You total budget for PSU and GPU is around 20000. If you buy a GTX 660Ti (Delhi rates) and a Corsair PSU 550 watts. It will be within budget and within requirement. You do need a good PSU if you want to run these heavy duty cards probably 600 watts (550 will be fine for GTX) for AMD cards.

But if you could push you budget a little bit more around 21,250, you can buy a GTX 760, which has only recently seen a price cut and now available at 18,290. You want to be 'future proof' this is your best bet or with r9 270x but it is too hot and has higher power requirement than any of this GTX cards, maybe a new cabinet, maybe.

With GTX 760 you can play all games in FULLHD and some more. GTX 660Ti is only a bit slower and then rest of the AMD cards.
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November 22, 2013 11:15:39 AM

austenwhd said:
Arnab_sarma said:
So guys....what is ur opinions???..I play all kinds of games...also I want a future proof gpu


First of all, where do you live?
You total budget for PSU and GPU is around 20000. If you buy a GTX 660Ti (Delhi rates) and a Corsair PSU 550 watts. It will be within budget and within requirement. You do need a good PSU if you want to run these heavy duty cards probably 600 watts (550 will be fine for GTX) for AMD cards.

But if you could push you budget a little bit more around 21,250, you can buy a GTX 760, which has only recently seen a price cut and now available at 18,290. You want to be 'future proof' this is your best bet or with r9 270x but it is too hot and has higher power requirement than any of this GTX cards, maybe a new cabinet, maybe.

With GTX 760 you can play all games in FULLHD and some more. GTX 660Ti is only a bit slower and then rest of the AMD cards.


I m from assam...plz dont give many choices...i get confused...give me 2 choices for gpu...is should be using lesa power also has best performance...psu I will manage on my own
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November 22, 2013 12:37:05 PM

Arnab_sarma said:
austenwhd said:
Arnab_sarma said:
So guys....what is ur opinions???..I play all kinds of games...also I want a future proof gpu


First of all, where do you live?
You total budget for PSU and GPU is around 20000. If you buy a GTX 660Ti (Delhi rates) and a Corsair PSU 550 watts. It will be within budget and within requirement. You do need a good PSU if you want to run these heavy duty cards probably 600 watts (550 will be fine for GTX) for AMD cards.

But if you could push you budget a little bit more around 21,250, you can buy a GTX 760, which has only recently seen a price cut and now available at 18,290. You want to be 'future proof' this is your best bet or with r9 270x but it is too hot and has higher power requirement than any of this GTX cards, maybe a new cabinet, maybe.

With GTX 760 you can play all games in FULLHD and some more. GTX 660Ti is only a bit slower and then rest of the AMD cards.


I m from assam...plz dont give many choices...i get confused...give me 2 choices for gpu...is should be using lesa power also has best performance...psu I will manage on my own


Of all the GPU mentioned on this page the best one and within your budget is GTX 760, it runs at 170 watt max. 5 watts. below a 7870, best bang for buck card at the moment. Otherwise, go for 660Ti, it is only a little slower about 20 watts less power consuming. Both of them are clearly faster than any of the AMD cards within your budget.
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November 22, 2013 12:39:21 PM

Although, try local market if you want the prices mentioned by me above. Online sellers are still selling at old prices and not the updated reduced ones. You best bet is GTX 760, there is no existing game you cannot play in FULLHD on it.
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November 23, 2013 12:15:14 AM

austenwhd said:
Although, try local market if you want the prices mentioned by me above. Online sellers are still selling at old prices and not the updated reduced ones. You best bet is GTX 760, there is no existing game you cannot play in FULLHD on it.


Beware of suspiciously cheap tech products
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1894082/powercol...
I know Indian markets very well. Anything extraordinarily cheap means something is fishy
Shopkeepers have 0 technical knowledge. Even assemblers have 0 technical knowledge

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November 23, 2013 1:01:39 AM

chimera201 said:
austenwhd said:
Although, try local market if you want the prices mentioned by me above. Online sellers are still selling at old prices and not the updated reduced ones. You best bet is GTX 760, there is no existing game you cannot play in FULLHD on it.


Beware of suspiciously cheap tech products
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1894082/powercol...
I know Indian markets very well. Anything extraordinarily cheap means something is fishy
Shopkeepers have 0 technical knowledge. Even assemblers have 0 technical knowledge



Oh, well, that can't be helped but the Zotac brand and MSI are both reliable plus they give around 3 years warranty (with Zotac extended 2 yrs warranty on registration) i have bought Zotac brand and it's fine, nothing exceptional though, it does runs hotter than Asus or MSI but you got to compromise somewhere.

All i can say is, we in India pay much more than people in US or UK and still get cheapest parts. What can we do? Got to manage somehow?

And the thing about 0 knowledge, i will say somewhere around -9999999xinfinity. Once i asked about the availability of Haswell CPU and they started asking what sort of device they are for. Can't believe the sort of ignorant place these suppose to be 'professionals' come from.
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November 23, 2013 6:03:57 AM

And i just found out R9 280x 3 GB is available for Rs. 21,990 ($367), just so you know.
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