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which graphic card is best gigabyte GTX 7702GB vs GTX 760 4GB vs HIS R9 290 4GB

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January 15, 2014 6:29:38 AM

i am planing to buy a new graphic card and i am confuse with these and there are only these there model are available in my country as best graphic card
gigabyte GTX 7702gb vs GTX 760 4gb vs HIS R9 290 4gb

as i can see 770 is 2gb and if i compare as normal user 760 is 4gb which mean its can compare 770 2gb over clocking with addition 2gb both are 256bit and on other hand his R9 290 which is 4gb and have double the clocking speed then those GTX almost 5000 and this is 512 bit

well as 770 2gb wort 49k and 760 4gb worth 41k as well his r9 290 worth 56k so price is not matter i am going for best option .

my work is 3d graphic motion designing as well i like to play games too like call of duty GTA battlefield Nfs


as for rendering purpose i use most as i know Nvdia is much better with rendering then ati

please guide me


well my other specs are

Processor Intel core i74770k
Motherboard Gigabyte Ga-z87x-UD5H
Ram Corsair Vengeance 8gb X 2=16Gb - 1600bus
Power supply Corsair TX 850
Chassis cooler Master Cosmos SE
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    GTX 770 (GV-N770OC-2GD)
    GTX 760 (GV-N760OC-4GD)
    HIS R9 290

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a b U Graphics card
January 15, 2014 6:35:58 AM

I'd go for the Gigabyte GTX 770 (GV-N770OC-2GD) just because it's cooling is much better than the HIS R9 290. That is, of course if the HIS R9 290 is the reference cooler. The reference R9 290, runs loud, powerful, and hot when compared to the GTX 770 from Gigabyte.

If you don't mind your card running at 100 degrees Celsius and being much faster, choose the R9 290. If you want a good card that will last you, without having extreme temps and sounding like an aeroplane choose the Gigabyte GTX 770.

If there is an option for a non-reference cooler on the R9 290 I would DEFINITELY get it though. But I don't think the HIS version you mentioned has a custom cooler on it.
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January 15, 2014 6:43:08 AM

yes exactly if i am going to pay that much i would expected my pay is secure as well i dont want it to be die soon just because of heat thats why i chose the chassis which is more efficient with cooling
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January 15, 2014 6:47:16 AM

Prince Iqbal said:
yes exactly if i am going to pay that much i would expected my pay is secure as well i dont want it to be die soon just because of heat thats why i chose the chassis which is more efficient with cooling


Well then, choose the Gigabyte GTX 770. Gigabyte make great Graphics Cards and their latest WindForce coolers do a great job! They are silent and very efficient, definitely a great choice!
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January 15, 2014 6:50:10 AM

aevm said:
R9-290 is faster than GTX 770 which is faster than GTX 760 4GB
http://www.techspot.com/review/762-gigabyte-radeon-r9-2...


thenay said:
Prince Iqbal said:
yes exactly if i am going to pay that much i would expected my pay is secure as well i dont want it to be die soon just because of heat thats why i chose the chassis which is more efficient with cooling


Well then, choose the Gigabyte GTX 770. Gigabyte make great Graphics Cards and their latest WindForce coolers do a great job! They are silent and very efficient, definitely a great choice!



Thanks my most of work with rendering purpose i want fast and better render i would thinking to go with Nvdia too but i am confuse with is that not good to go for 760 that is 4gb and much cheaper then 770
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January 15, 2014 9:25:34 AM

The 4GB doesn't help as much as you think. The GTX 770 2GB will beat the GTX 760 4GB. It's the CUDA cores that really matter, and the GTX 770 has 1536 of them vs 1152 in the GTX 760.
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January 16, 2014 7:07:51 AM

aevm said:
The 4GB doesn't help as much as you think. The GTX 770 2GB will beat the GTX 760 4GB. It's the CUDA cores that really matter, and the GTX 770 has 1536 of them vs 1152 in the GTX 760.


Thanks Aevm i will go for GTX 770
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