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7790 2Gb OC vs GTX 650ti BOOST 2GB

Both card are at similiar price range in India now. can u suggest me one of them? My budget stops at 13000, so please dont suggest 660 or 7850
7790 2GB OC = Rs12000
GTX 650ti boost 2GB= 13000

I intended to use for 1080P gaming at high settings of all games.
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  1. The 650 Ti Boost is faster than the 7790 and on par with the 7850

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/776?vs=782

    Again, hwcompare is purely synthetic and never indicative of real world performance
  2. sweenytodd said:

    can you please suggest between only mentoned two ?
  3. 650 Ti Boost hands down
  4. rolandzhang3 said:
    The 650 Ti Boost is faster than the 7790 and on par with the 7850

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/776?vs=782

    Again, hwcompare is purely synthetic and never indicative of real world performance


    Bro, i m asking 7950 2GB overclocked edition. I bet it should be better than 7950.
  5. 7850, almost the same price as 7790 2GB http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=77602&promoid=1101
  6. Sai Teja said:
    rolandzhang3 said:
    The 650 Ti Boost is faster than the 7790 and on par with the 7850

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/776?vs=782

    Again, hwcompare is purely synthetic and never indicative of real world performance


    Bro, i m asking 7950 2GB overclocked edition. I bet it should be better than 7950.


    7950? what? The 650 Ti Boost performs close to the 7850 and the 7790 is a small step down from that in terms of performance

    And he's purchasing from an Indian retailer, it's gonna be more expensive there than the US
  7. sorry i mean 7790 2GB overclocked edition.
    click here
  8. It's a small factory overclock, it's still going to be slower than the 7850 and 650 Ti Boost, you'd need to overclock it yourself a bit to match the performance of those two cards
  9. rolandzhang3 said:
    It's a small factory overclock, it's definitely slower than the 7850 and 650 Ti Boost, you'd need to overclock it yourself a bit to match the performance of those two cards


    yea bro but i m comparing with GTX 650ti boost edition but not 7850
  10. Sai Teja said:
    sorry i mean 7790 2GB overclocked edition.
    click here


    what brand is the second ?
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  12. whitecat said:
    Sai Teja said:
    sorry i mean 7790 2GB overclocked edition.
    click here


    what brand is the second ?

    zotac
  13. rolandzhang3 said:


    Now i got it :bounce: what would you say between 7790 and GTX 650 ti (not boost) ?
  14. In that case the 7790 would be better than the regular 650 Ti :lol:
  15. rolandzhang3 said:
    In that case the 7790 would be better than the regular 650 Ti :lol:


    Thanx for your time bro :love:
  16. Have fun man :D

    In terms of price/performance, you'd have to decide whether that extra bit of performance is worth it
  17. rolandzhang3 said:
    Have fun man :D

    In terms of price/performance, you'd have to decide whether that extra bit of performance is worth it

    What would you recommend for 1080P 3D gaming at high setting at playable FPS (25-30) ? and also can u sugget a card for ultra settings too?
  18. Gaming at 3D essentially puts double the load on your GPU, but you should get playable results with the 650 Ti Boost at medium to high settings in most games (though you'll probably have a difficult time with demanding games), though it won't be performing too well for upcoming games at 1080p S3D

    The 7790 (or the overclocked rebrand which is the 260x) should do well too, though these cards are designed for regular 2D gaming on high settings at 1080p

    For close to Ultra settings you'd be looking towards a 760 or above (the 760 has great price/performance but is much more expensive outside the US)

    The 760 is quite a bit more expensive, so with your strict budget of 13k INR the 650 Ti Boost is your best bet

    If you're curious, at 14k there is the GTX 660

    http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-660-synergy-2gb-ddr5-graphics-card/p/itmdsfycg7drrphs?pid=GRCDSFYBHYNEXNW9&otracker=from-search&srno=t_1&query=gtx+660&ref=1a824946-4322-45ad-8852-3dda94292cd7

    And at 15k there's the r9 270 (non "X") which is essentially a 7870 and is slightly quicker than the 660

    http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-radeon-r9-270-boost-oc-2gb-ddr5-graphics-card/p/itmdsbyvhusspaag?pid=GRCDSA4VZQESHBMP&otracker=from-search&srno=t_1&query=r9+270&ref=b787a684-bca8-4797-8f03-fe371510ccd8

    That all depends and varies depending on the rest of your setup, if you have a decent CPU then you should be fine. Likewise, if you're still rocking a Core 2 Duo or something like that then you'd need a complete overhaul
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