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Good Graphics Card?

I'm looking to get a graphics card that runs good with the i5-4590 I'm getting, that doesn't bottleneck, and runs most games at ultra 1080p.
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  1. Do you have a budget?

    Try-
    Nvidia: 770, 780, 780Ti
    AMD: 280X, 290, 290X
  2. Joeteoh99 said:
    Do you have a budget?

    Try-
    Nvidia: 770, 780, 780Ti
    AMD: 280X, 290, 290X


    Would a R9 285 do?
  3. mycomputersucks said:
    Joeteoh99 said:
    Do you have a budget?

    Try-
    Nvidia: 770, 780, 780Ti
    AMD: 280X, 290, 290X


    Would a R9 285 do?


    Yes. But I can't be really sure as it is not released and nobody have used it yet.
  4. Joeteoh99 said:
    mycomputersucks said:
    Joeteoh99 said:
    Do you have a budget?

    Try-
    Nvidia: 770, 780, 780Ti
    AMD: 280X, 290, 290X


    Would a R9 285 do?


    Yes. But I can't be really sure as it is not released and nobody have used it yet.


    I'm actually considering going with the (MONSTROSITY) Gigabyte R9 280X 3GB model, I have a Gigabyte card and the cooling is superb. Also it's basically the only card around <$300 that matches my color scheme (black with blue)
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    Yes Gigabyte are great GPU manufacturers. I will just say if it is the colour scheme you want and below your budget and in addition to that it is a R9 280X which will play almost any current games on high then go for it. :D
  6. Joeteoh99 said:
    Yes Gigabyte are great GPU manufacturers. I will just say if it is the colour scheme you want and below your budget and in addition to that it is a R9 280X which will play almost any current games on high then go for it. :D


    Actually, since I'm changing the mobo and gpu out anyway, I'm going with a red color scheme because my RAM is red.I'm going with a MSI R9 280x because it's much smaller (and sexier) and a MSI Z97 Gaming mobo.
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