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Gtx 560ti upgrade.

So im looking to update my GPU from a GTX 560ti. Im looking for a card that will play all games smoothly on normal/high settings. Any recommendations?
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  1. How much do you want to spend?
  2. 300-500
  3. Might as well look at the 760 if you want to stay with NV also the 670 seems to be cheaper now as well. and will do better than just normal high.
  4. What's your PSU? What's your CPU also?
  5. For $500 there's nothing better than the MSI GTX 780 Lightning: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-video-card-n780lightning
  6. i was looking at 770 r possibly a 780. Would there be much of a difference between the two?
  7. Whoa !!!! at that price you should get a 770, they go for a little over 300.
  8. i5 2500k (upgrading that also but in a few months. ) 750 watt psu
  9. if you can spend 500 then you can go for radeon hd 7950 or 7970 and if you can spend some more go for r9 290x and also gtx 780 is also a good one but not better than r9 290x.
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    GTX770 would be nice, if playing 1080p..., This will be an excellent upgrade. You'll be able to run with full details and AA for any game with smooth video.
    ASUS recommended(ASUS GTX770-DC2OC-2GD5 GeForce GTX 770 2GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready SLI Support ).
    De diference with GTX780 performance is negligible if you get some GTX770 EVGA superclocked version, it will perform very similar.
  11. I was leaning towards a 290x at one stage but thought it was a tad bit too much. What about:

    http://www.dabs.ie/products/evga-geforce-gtx-770-1046mhz-2gb-pci-express-3-0-hdmi-acx-8Y0V.html?refs=492880000&src=3
  12. Seanayy said:
    I was leaning towards a 290x at one stage but thought it was a tad bit too much. What about:

    http://www.dabs.ie/products/evga-geforce-gtx-770-1046mhz-2gb-pci-express-3-0-hdmi-acx-8Y0V.html?refs=492880000&src=3



    That would be a great choice too, from a really reputable brand.
  13. Seanayy said:
    i5 2500k (upgrading that also but in a few months. ) 750 watt psu


    Do not upgrade this cpu for any reason the overclocking overhead it provides over newer chips negates the additional performance per clock available from new cpu's
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