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nvidia gtx 770 vs amd r9 280x

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March 29, 2014 5:26:57 PM

Hey everybody,

I recently decided that I wanted to upgrade my gpu in my gaming rig and i'm willing to drop around 400 bucks on a card. I currently have an amd 7770 which has not been performing well in recent games like bf4. I have been looking at cards in my price range and so far the two that stand out are the gtx 770 and the amd r9 280x. I am struggling to decide on which one is better.


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March 29, 2014 5:30:07 PM

id say 770
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March 29, 2014 5:46:00 PM

I think the 770 is cheaper, performance wise theyre really really close. But the 770 does offer less power consumption, quieter fans, and runs cooler. Amd card are typically power hungry, hot, and loud fans to keep cool. You would get mantle with amd, yet physics with NVidia, and with direct x12 coming I don't think mantle will mater any more.

So id say 770
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March 29, 2014 6:37:44 PM

PCGameFan2 said:
The MSI R9 280X http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FR6XPL8 would be your best option if you're wanting to play BF4. It's an AMD optimized game and will perform better with the 280X.


yes and it comes with a 3gb VRAM buffer wich will became quite handy to have in a near future...even at 1080p and even today BF4 when you use some supersampling (scalling) will use more than 2gb at 1080p...i would go 280x
and the MSI gaming twinfrozr is awesome thats the one i picked for my GTX780 and couldnt be any happier, very cool running card and very silent
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March 30, 2014 9:35:48 AM

also, 800 series NVidia cards should be just around the corner, could be better off waiting a bit
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March 30, 2014 12:45:44 PM

Beezy said:
also, 800 series NVidia cards should be just around the corner, could be better off waiting a bit

they are not around the corner at all, speculations are that the new series will be out in the Q4 2014 or even as late as 2015...
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