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Confused between gtx 750ti and rx 460, which one would be good choice?

Gigabyte Radeon Rx 460 Windforce OC 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Cards (GV-RX460WF2OC-4GD)
Rate :9214 indian rupees
Full description: https://www.amazon.in/dp/B01K1JVCRE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_VWZ-xb8KBVMHE


ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB Graphics Card (Black/Orange)
Rate:9299 indian rupees
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https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00IFZ547Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_6YZ-xb50BPXSK


Btw if anyone wants to know gtx 470 is around 16492 indian rupees
I'd rather invest that money on processor and buy i5 6400 or i5 6500 (if in case anyone wants to know, i am planning to go with i3 6100).
And gtx 950 cost around 16000


Plz help me. What should i buy. What would be smart choice. Thank you
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  1. The i3 6100 will be faster than the i5 6400 in games, so wouldn´t go for the 6400. Better 6500

    The 460 is clearly the better choice, it´s newer, bit cheaper and provides in most games about 5 more Fps.
  2. helpstar said:
    The i3 6100 will be faster than the i5 6400 in games, so wouldn´t go for the 6400. Better 6500

    The 460 is clearly the better choice, it´s newer, bit cheaper and provides in most games about 5 more Fps.


    Thank you
    I am a student so i have to run heavy softwares like visual studio,autocad etc so which processor should i buy?

    plz reply
  3. Best answer
    At those price, clearly RX460 is a far better option. Still, you'd need to have a PCU with 6pin PCI power connector to operate it. Meaning, more robust PSU is required.
  4. rush21hit said:
    At those price, clearly RX460 is a far better option. Still, you'd need to have a PCU with 6pin PCI power connector to operate it. Meaning, more robust PSU is required.

    Thank you.
    would corsair 450w be enough?
    (processor : i3 6100 or i5 6400 ,cabinet: comes with 3 led fan cooler,motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-S2,1 tb hdd seagate,8gb ram)
    or i need to buy higher one?any other good suggestion for psu?
    please reply.
  5. Visual Studio and CAD? I change my mind. Go with GTX750Ti. The CUDA compute support would help you better.
    Also, the i5 is much better for those.

    edit: please specify the model of your corsair PSU. Not all of them created by equally good components.
  6. nvidia with CUDA would be the first choice for those tasks.

    Normally the more cores the CPU has, the better, but autocad would be slower because of single core use. So for autocad the i3 would be faster than the i5 6400, here is the frequency the culprit. More MHz= better performance most of the time:
    https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/inventor-products/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/Support-for-multi-core-processors.html

    for Visual studio the more cores, the better still applies
  7. rush21hit said:
    Visual Studio and CAD? I change my mind. Go with GTX750Ti. The CUDA compute support would help you better.
    Also, the i5 is much better for those.

    edit: please specify the model of your corsair PSU. Not all of them created by equally good components.


    Corsair vs450 450w.
    Can you plz tell me what is CUDA? Would i have to buy it externally?
    Thank you
  8. Can i overclock i5 6400?
  9. cuda cores are physical cores of nvidia´s graphics cards and can compute some things much more efficient than the CPU
    http://www.nvidia.com/object/cuda_home_new.html

    overclocking with a h110 chipset motherboard is not possible, some BIOS versions of Z170 boards can overclock the 6400 by the bclk.
  10. helpstar said:
    cuda cores are physical cores of nvidia´s graphics cards and can compute some things much more efficient than the CPU
    http://www.nvidia.com/object/cuda_home_new.html

    overclocking with a h110 chipset motherboard is not possible, some BIOS versions of Z170 boards can overclock the 6400 by the bclk.



    Thank you for your help
  11. VS450W is a very cheap one, would not get this because of reliability, but it will work. I would choose a PSU with at least 5years of warranty 80+ bronze certified, but this could be out of your budget.
  12. VS450 is not a well build one of the series. But with 750Ti, I guess it would still be adequate.

    CUDA cores the processing method using GPU cores using nVidia hardware. Supposedly they could treat AMD card's resource by similar manner albeit different method. But honestly speaking, most of the software today that could benefit from it, simply neglect that AMD could do it too. So for the sake of reliability for the side purpose you mentioned, it would be wiser to get nVidia cards.

    H110 chipset are not designed for overclocking in mind. Then again, so is the i5 6400.
  13. helpstar said:
    VS450W is a very cheap one, would not get this because of reliability, but it will work. I would choose a PSU with at least 5years of warranty 80+ bronze certified, but this could be out of your budget.


    Yeah. Can you tell me model no?or any other suggestion?
  14. My personal reference for PSU are Seasonic, Antec and Superflower. Get the cheapest you could afford among those guys offering. You still won't go wrong.
    Those 3 are that good.
  15. EVGA SuperNova 850 B2. Reliable, Inexpensive, Handles about Everything, Made By SuperFlower. Best $86 you'll spend
    https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-SuperNOVA-Modular-Warranty-110-B2-0850-V1/dp/B00KYK1CC6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1476110072&sr=8-1&keywords=evga+850+B2
  16. rush21hit said:
    My personal reference for PSU are Seasonic, Antec and Superflower. Get the cheapest you could afford among those guys offering. You still won't go wrong.
    Those 3 are that good.


    Thank you
  17. AutoCAD & visual studio use opengl acceleration , there's no benefit to the 750ti's cuda cores at all.

    The 460 is plain & simple a stronger card in every respect.
    You would have to be plain nuts to buy a 2gb zotac 750ti over a 4gb windforce 460.

    Vs 450?? Not a great quality PSU but can handle that combination easily if your budget is tight.

    You honestly won't go wrong with an i3 6100 or an i5 paired with that 460.
  18. helpstar said:


    Its more than i am spending on processor. I guess vs550 would be sufficient.
    Thanks
  19. Did you have a look at the seasonic?

    just a side note, even a good 350W PSU could handle your system

    little link with some cuda, openCL benchmarks:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-titan-opencl-cuda-workstation,3474-3.html

    don´t know if autocad or which version of it is supporting openCL at the moment
  20. harshad_2 said:
    helpstar said:


    Its more than i am spending on processor. I guess vs550 would be sufficient.
    Thanks


    87
    US Dollar (USD)
    =
    5,803
    Indian Rupee (INR)

    If you need further proof:

    http://www.likeforex.com/currency-converter/us-dollar-usd_inr-indian-rupee.htm/87
  21. magneezo said:
    harshad_2 said:
    helpstar said:


    Its more than i am spending on processor. I guess vs550 would be sufficient.
    Thanks


    87
    US Dollar (USD)
    =
    5,803
    Indian Rupee (INR)

    If you need further proof:

    http://www.likeforex.com/currency-converter/us-dollar-usd_inr-indian-rupee.htm/87


    I was talking about the other one whose price is already in indian rupees.
    And i did a little research i think i cannot buy products from amazon.com which is on sale in America, and even if i buy it, i won't be able to claim for warranty from India. Then no use of buying a product with 5 years of warranty.
    Thanks
  22. harshad_2 said:
    http://www.amazon.in/EVGA-SuperNOVA-Modular-Crossfire-1...

    This was the product link from amzon.in

    I had no idea. My apologies!
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