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GTX 650 Superclocked, or GTX 760 Superclocked

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  1. If you have the money, get the 760 hands down...
  2. yes the 760 is def the faster card, whats ur rest of ur specs.
  3. iceclock said:
    yes the 760 is def the faster card, whats ur rest of ur specs.


    the rest. AMD 6300 OC'd at 4.5Ghz
    600W PSU
    Windows 8
    8Gbs of ram
    1TB HDD
    my reason for questioning the 760 is because of the core clock speeds, being that the 650 is at 1200mhz, and the 760 being 1130mhz, with yes the cuda cores onthe 760 Blowing the 650 away, but ive done a decent amount of research explaining that Cuda cores are not huge when it comes to gaming at all, more of video rendering? Im just trying to consider if the 760 is gonna give me a good FPS boost, being that in Battlefield 4 i can run halfway on ultra, and get 40-60 fps and at its lowest 30 while in a huge encounter, will the boost be worth money?
  4. No, the more cores, the better it is. The cuda cores are what is doing all the processing. if you have an extra 500 cores running at 70 less Mhz you're still getting more than double the performance.
  5. deadmaufive said:
    No, the more cores, the better it is. The cuda cores are what is doing all the processing. if you have an extra 500 cores running at 70 less Mhz you're still getting more than double the performance.


    with that being said. i should get a drastic difference in FPS? i mean the 760 has allmost triple the cuda cores, so should i at least see double the FPS?
  6. Not sure exactly if it will double but it will for sure push 60+ FPS on bf4 easily. 60fps being minimum
  7. another question, i know its not about Video cards, but is my AMD6300 OC decent at 4.5ghz, its base is 3.5ghz so XD
  8. 4.5ghz is more than enough power. Just make sure your running stable and your temperatures are good. Nothing worse than blue screening in the middle of a match. haha
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    SlaKer440 said:
    4.5ghz is more than enough power. Just make sure your running stable and your temperatures are good. Nothing worse than blue screening in the middle of a match. haha

    yeah i use a hyper evo 212 cooler(forgot to mention that detail heh) yeah i never blue screen it stays at around 30degrees underload, overall i think the most impressive thing in my entire rig is the CPU even if i got the GTX760, the only crashes i get are from Windows H8
  10. lokogar420 said:
    SlaKer440 said:
    4.5ghz is more than enough power. Just make sure your running stable and your temperatures are good. Nothing worse than blue screening in the middle of a match. haha

    yeah i use a hyper evo 212 cooler(forgot to mention that detail heh) yeah i never blue screen it stays at around 30degrees underload, overall i think the most impressive thing in my entire rig is the CPU even if i got the GTX760, the only crashes i get are from Windows H8


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