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Need to get GPU ASAP range 700$ to 1000$

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March 15, 2014 1:02:12 AM

Here are my specs
CPU I7 960
RAM 12 GB 1066 mhz
Gigabyte assassin Motherboard
PSU 850 W
I need to be able to play Battlefield 4 on ultra and be able to play games of this year on ultra as well
so yeah
price range is from 700$ to 1000$
I need new GPU with advance technology

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March 15, 2014 1:04:39 AM

The GTX 780 Ti is the single fastest gaming card available on the market, and its well within your budget at $650 USD.
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March 15, 2014 1:10:44 AM

I meant over 700
how about GTX TITAN black?
or maybe wait for GTX 790?
because Geforce posted that GTX 750 and GTX 790 will be coming out soon
we got 750 so maybe i should wait for gtx 790? what do you think of that?
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March 15, 2014 1:26:06 AM

Either dual 770s. A 780 Ti. Wait for GTX 790 or 870/880.
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March 15, 2014 1:27:18 AM

Yea, you could do that. To be honest though, unless you have a multi-monitor setup or a 4K display, purchasing a 790 or Titan Black would be pointless and a waste of money. You are better off buying a 780 TI and using the extra money updating the rest of your system as your current system will slightly bottleneck any of the cards we have spoke about.
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March 15, 2014 1:31:56 AM

Greybush said:
Yea, you could do that. To be honest though, unless you have a multi-monitor setup or a 4K display, purchasing a 790 or Titan Black would be pointless and a waste of money. You are better off buying a 780 TI and using the extra money updating the rest of your system as your current system will slightly bottleneck any of the cards we have spoke about.


Well my CPU is a reason for ram for been on 1066 mhz i could set it on 1866 if i change CPU
but what if i didn't changed anything and bought 780 ti are you sure that it will fail to use its full power?
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March 15, 2014 1:41:34 AM

It is available, the GTX 790 isn't.
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March 15, 2014 1:43:36 AM

Bravemaniac said:
Greybush said:
Yea, you could do that. To be honest though, unless you have a multi-monitor setup or a 4K display, purchasing a 790 or Titan Black would be pointless and a waste of money. You are better off buying a 780 TI and using the extra money updating the rest of your system as your current system will slightly bottleneck any of the cards we have spoke about.


Well my CPU is a reason for ram for been on 1066 mhz i could set it on 1866 if i change CPU
but what if i didn't changed anything and bought 780 ti are you sure that it will fail to use its full power?


You will be able to use the majority of the 780 Ti's power.
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March 15, 2014 1:44:45 AM

I agree with the others. The GTX 780 Ti is the best gaming card.
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March 15, 2014 2:43:38 AM

Do you have your CPU overclocked?
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March 15, 2014 3:02:38 AM

Immaculate said:
Do you have your CPU overclocked?


No.. should i overclock it?
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