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What's a better gpu config.?

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  • Radeon
  • GPUs
  • Configuration
  • Crossfire
  • Graphics
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December 2, 2009 9:29:32 PM

My question is regarding the gpu configuration
for my new pc.
I am thinking of putting two radeon 4650 in
crossfire x.
Will that be a better configuration than
having one 5770 or 4770?

simple addition and subtraction tells me
the two radeon 4650 in crossfire will be better and they only cost $120, but I would like to know the best choice

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December 2, 2009 9:32:26 PM

Depends on resolution and games, if it's a new pc wont you be using vista or windows 7 in which case a 5770 brings the benefit of DX11. Not too sure on the numbers but i'd think a 5770 would be stronger in most cases over a dual 4650

Also 4770 ~100 bucks in the US
2 4650 is ~120 bucks in the US
5770 is like ~170 bucks in the US

It's the most expensive by far

If you have no need for dx11 i would think the best thing for you would be a 4870 512mb edition for about 130 bucks US
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December 3, 2009 12:26:02 AM

No. Two 4650s in CF preform about as well as a Radeon 4770 and a little below a Radeon 4850. Considering that a single 4850 can be had for around $100, I would go with that. A 5750 or 5770 would be a better option though as they are both faster still and have DX11.
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December 3, 2009 1:33:17 AM

I was looking into the 5770 and 4770, and I liked both, but my only problem was that they were both 128-bit. I'm not sure if it would be a wise decision to chose either of those two. However, I would like to know the difference between 128-bit and 256-bit.
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