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which one to get the evga or the msi gtx 770 4gb?

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June 14, 2014 6:43:41 PM

should i pick this

http://www.amazon.com/MSI-DisplayPort-PCI-Express-N770-...

or

http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Classified-Dual-Link-Graphic...

+ do they fits on my case?


my system:

i5 4670k
kingston hyperx 8gb ram
seassonic 750 wat bronze
phatom 410 case
samsung evo 120gb
wd black 1 tb

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June 14, 2014 6:48:32 PM

They both appear to have basically the same performance, so just pick which one you like.
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June 14, 2014 6:49:51 PM

ok then i will pick the evga since it has a little more core clock and free game

does it fit in my case ?
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June 14, 2014 8:06:26 PM

You haven't mentioned your case's model number. However, if that power supply and processor fits then the graphics card should fit too. You may have to re-arrange some components of your computer like your hard drive etc. if it comes in the path of the new graphics card.
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June 14, 2014 8:12:36 PM

darkside-ksa said:
ok then i will pick the evga since it has a little more core clock and free game

does it fit in my case ?


EVGA has superb support as well. You cant go wrong with one of their cards.
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June 14, 2014 9:18:23 PM

First, spending more than 400$ on a 770 is not a good deal imo even if it is a 4gb version, that being said i have the msi 770 2gb and it handles all games i through at it maxxed with the occasional stutter in high demand situations in BF4. If you are willing to spend 400+ on a 770 just spend a the extra 50$ or whatever and get the 780 man, its worth it.

Second, i do not think that particular case will house either of those graphics cards

Side not, If you are planning on doing any kind of oc'ing then these are not the cards for you because they have already been overclocked out of the factory and you wont b able to squeeze much more out of them without tweaking voltages which these cards are voltage locked i believe
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June 14, 2014 9:23:13 PM

Lexxor said:
First, spending more than 400$ on a 770 is not a good deal imo even if it is a 4gb version, that being said i have the msi 770 2gb and it handles all games i through at it maxxed with the occasional stutter in high demand situations in BF4. If you are willing to spend 400+ on a 770 just spend a the extra 50$ or whatever and get the 780 man, its worth it.

Second, i do not think that particular case will house either of those graphics cards

Side not, If you are planning on doing any kind of oc'ing then these are not the cards for you because they have already been overclocked out of the factory and you wont b able to squeeze much more out of them without tweaking voltages which these cards are voltage locked i believe


Though if you tried playing Watch Dogs maxed on the 2GB card it would fail miserably. The reason I recommend 4GB cards is that games are starting to come out that demand more then 2GB for all of the new visual technologies, and all the new features are eating VRAM like nothing. For now a 2GB card is great, 3 or 4 months down the road, it may not be able to max out everything just because of the RAM limitations.
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June 14, 2014 10:14:49 PM

Yes i agree, if you are looking to future proof then 2gb is not enough but then the same could be said about the card chipset itself, that a 770 within the next year wont be that great. I dont think it'll be that bad in 3-4 months but i agree with the statement overall.

I play bf4 everything maxxed and it reaches the 2gb threshold requently, i would say bf4 is more demanding than watchdogs tho so...
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June 15, 2014 1:54:10 AM

Presler said:
You haven't mentioned your case's model number. However, if that power supply and processor fits then the graphics card should fit too. You may have to re-arrange some components of your computer like your hard drive etc. if it comes in the path of the new graphics card.


naxt phantom 410 i mentioned it in the " my system " in case u didnt notice :D 

and lexxor i picked the 4gb because of the reason that jtledoux mentioned

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June 15, 2014 6:59:46 AM

It will fit but it will block one expansion slot.
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