The best from the following

Hi guys,

I am planning to replace my current gpu (gt-440), and for that i have googled some of the graphics card..
The following:

1- HIS 7750
2- HIS 6670
3- HIS 6670
4- HIS 6570
5- SAPPHIRE 7750
6- SAPPHIRE 6770
7- SAPPHIRE 6570
8- EVGA GT 640
9- EVGA GT 630
10- INNO3D GTX550Ti
11- INNO3D GT640

As you can see the level of my confusion :P

I just wanted know the best card with respect to "price/performance"....

Your response will be highly acknowledged :)

Cheers!
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  1. The 6770 is about $115 as well as the 550ti's are in the same price range in the $120's on www.newegg.com so for best price and performance a 550ti on newegg would be a great choice. The 550ti is also the most powerful out of all of those, and for some of those it is by a longshot. Most likely you should get the EVGA one since they are high rated and very trusted company.
  2. ^thank you for your response :) a couple of more recommendations for the 550ti, i'll grab it :)
  3. 7770.
  4. 7770??? really?????
  5. Yes.
  6. I'm a amd fan but for better performance the 550 ti is the best
  7. Nitto888 said:
    I'm a amd fan but for better performance the 550 ti is the best



    The 7770 is superior to the 550ti in all game benches I have ever seen.
  8. saintsfleur said:
    Hi guys,

    I am planning to replace my current gpu (gt-440), and for that i have googled some of the graphics card..
    The following:

    1- HIS 7750
    2- HIS 6670
    3- HIS 6670
    4- HIS 6570
    5- SAPPHIRE 7750
    6- SAPPHIRE 6770
    7- SAPPHIRE 6570
    8- EVGA GT 640
    9- EVGA GT 630
    10- INNO3D GTX550Ti
    11- INNO3D GT640

    As you can see the level of my confusion :P

    I just wanted know the best card with respect to "price/performance"....

    Your response will be highly acknowledged :)

    Cheers!


    [Alternatively, you can skip my long-winded response and buy the Sapphire 7770 or the Gigabyte 7770.]

    Quick FYI; it's always useful to know the difference between card makers.

    Generally, Nvidia is high performance at a high price. That's the way they started, that's the way they are.

    AMD which owns ATI which makes Radeon graphics cards have traditionally been bang for buck; a $100 Radeon would perform 80% as good as a $200 Nvidia. Now, it's more like a $100 Radeon is as good as a $150 Nvidia.

    Here's a rundown that's a bit outdated:

    http://www.techradar.com/news/computing-components/graphics-cards/amd-vs-nvidia-who-makes-the-best-graphics-cards-699480

    Here's a benchmark of almost all the cards you've listed.

    http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.html

    (Hit Ctrl-f then type in the name of the card, eg. 7770, 560, to find the GPU you wish to view).

    The 7770 is at the top, by far. I agree with amuffin; the 7770 is the way to go. You get a high-mid end GPU for an extremely good price. It's the best bang for buck card you can get, and it'll demolish anything you throw at it for a single monitor or 1980 x 1600 resolution. If you aren't running many monitors at once, and your monitor isn't MASSIVE (like +26"), then this is all you need.

    Hope this helped.
  9. Go with the 7770 then or a suggestion for a bit higher price a 6850 is a very good performer for its price
  10. zanedragonknight said:
    [Alternatively, you can skip my long-winded response and buy the Sapphire 7770 or the Gigabyte 7770.]

    Quick FYI; it's always useful to know the difference between card makers.

    Generally, Nvidia is high performance at a high price. That's the way they started, that's the way they are.

    AMD which owns ATI which makes Radeon graphics cards have traditionally been bang for buck; a $100 Radeon would perform 80% as good as a $200 Nvidia. Now, it's more like a $100 Radeon is as good as a $150 Nvidia.

    Here's a rundown that's a bit outdated:

    http://www.techradar.com/news/computing-components/graphics-cards/amd-vs-nvidia-who-makes-the-best-graphics-cards-699480

    Here's a benchmark of almost all the cards you've listed.

    http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.html

    (Hit Ctrl-f then type in the name of the card, eg. 7770, 560, to find the GPU you wish to view).

    The 7770 is at the top, by far. I agree with amuffin; the 7770 is the way to go. You get a high-mid end GPU for an extremely good price. It's the best bang for buck card you can get, and it'll demolish anything you throw at it for a single monitor or 1980 x 1600 resolution. If you aren't running many monitors at once, and your monitor isn't MASSIVE (like +26"), then this is all you need.

    Hope this helped.

    Thank you so much for your reply :)

    But my "monitor" is a 32" lcd... With a resolution of 1366x768.. Hope fully the card wouldn't face much difficulties running apps on such display... Right...?????
  11. maxalge said:
    The 7770 is superior to the 550ti in all game benches I have ever seen.

    Absolutely! :)
  12. saintsfleur said:
    Thank you so much for your reply :)

    But my "monitor" is a 32" lcd... With a resolution of 1366x768.. Hope fully the card wouldn't face much difficulties running apps on such display... Right...?????


    You'll be fine its the resolution thats what matters the only thing im concerned about is that big of a monitor with that resolution are you sure thats correct?
  13. It wouldn't matter....

    550ti would max everything at that low of a resolution.
  14. Nitto888 said:
    You'll be fine its the resolution thats what matters the only thing im concerned about is that big of a monitor with that resolution are you sure thats correct?

    Yup! Sony Bravia klv32bx350... 32"..
    http://www.galerielektronik.com/en/sony-32-lcd-tv-klv32bx350.html
  15. Nitto888 said:
    The 6770 is about $115 as well as the 550ti's are in the same price range in the $120's on www.newegg.com so for best price and performance a 550ti on newegg would be a great choice. The 550ti is also the most powerful out of all of those, and for some of those it is by a longshot. Most likely you should get the EVGA one since they are high rated and very trusted company.

    What are you smoking?
    the 550 ti is not the best out of that bunch
    if anything, its the one that gets the hottest, because of the blasted fermi.
    The 7770 is the top player in that bunch.
  16. saintsfleur said:
    Thank you so much for your reply :)

    But my "monitor" is a 32" lcd... With a resolution of 1366x768.. Hope fully the card wouldn't face much difficulties running apps on such display... Right...?????




    Native res. of 1366 x 768 however would be child's play for the 7770. You could run Crysis 2 at ultra-high and not break a sweat, or drop below 40 FPS, easily.
  17. zanedragonknight said:


    Native res. of 1366 x 768 however would be child's play for the 7770. You could run Crysis 2 at ultra-high and not break a sweat, or drop below 40 FPS, easily.

    I claim BS.

    The 7770 would hit around 8-15 FPS On ultra for Crysis 2.
    Check your benchmarks.
  18. Kiowa789 said:
    I claim BS.

    The 7770 would hit around 8-15 FPS On ultra for Crysis 2.
    Check your benchmarks.


    Note that the resolution specified in this scenario is 1366 x 768. That offers almost 1.45 times better performance in every benchmark below. Note that I've given benchmarks for the original version of the card, without overclocking except in one very high resolution case. Note performance in all the videos given. Note that these benchmarks were not including the latest drivers available today, as they were made several months ago. Note that they all include AA x 16 or x 4. Note that FRAPS lowers FPS by 10 in each video. Note that Radeon's yet to address the DX11 issue. Note that overclocking can increase FPS by 10 all in itself. Note Crysis 2 is heavily GPU DX11 dependent. Note the very playable performance in the vids. Or just buy a 7770 and do it yourself.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/5541/amd-radeon-hd-7750-radeon-hd-7770-ghz-edition-review/11

    http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=794&Itemid=72&limit=1&limitstart=7

    http://www.legionhardware.com/articles_pages/amd_radeon_hd_7770_7750,3.html

    http://www.techspot.com/review/498-amd-radeon-hd7770-hd7750/page5.html

    http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Roundups/Sapphire_XFX_HD_7770/11.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJ5OrUHmpX4

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7h9NGX_2TM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GS9TbLgkZR8

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShowM4P_lZ8
  19. zanedragonknight said:
    Note that the resolution specified in this scenario is 1366 x 768. That offers almost 1.45 times better performance in every benchmark below. Note that I've given benchmarks for the original version of the card, without overclocking except in one very high resolution case. Note performance in all the videos given. Note that these benchmarks were not including the latest drivers available today, as they were made several months ago. Note that they all include AA x 16 or x 4. Note that FRAPS lowers FPS by 10 in each video. Note that Radeon's yet to address the DX11 issue. Note that overclocking can increase FPS by 10 all in itself. Note Crysis 2 is heavily GPU DX11 dependent. Note the very playable performance in the vids. Or just buy a 7770 and do it yourself.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/5541/amd-radeon-hd-7750-radeon-hd-7770-ghz-edition-review/11

    http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=794&Itemid=72&limit=1&limitstart=7

    http://www.legionhardware.com/articles_pages/amd_radeon_hd_7770_7750,3.html

    http://www.techspot.com/review/498-amd-radeon-hd7770-hd7750/page5.html

    http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Roundups/Sapphire_XFX_HD_7770/11.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJ5OrUHmpX4

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7h9NGX_2TM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GS9TbLgkZR8

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShowM4P_lZ8


    And I notice there are no tom's hardware benchmarks, even though they are the most unbiased ones on the internet.

    Why aren't they up there?
  20. Kiowa789 said:
    And I notice there are no tom's hardware benchmarks, even though they are the most unbiased ones on the internet.

    Why aren't they up there?


    Because these were the first benchmarks off the top of my head. Because I don't remember every single benchmark I've ever checked out for a component. Because I didn't feel like dedicating more time to an annoyance like you.
  21. zanedragonknight said:
    Because these were the first benchmarks off the top of my head. Because I don't remember every single benchmark I've ever checked out for a component. Because I didn't feel like dedicating more time to an annoyance like you.


    We're supposed to be helping the guy, not bickering at each other.

    Oh, and just to clarify, I was incorrect, 16 FPS falls barely outside where I said it would.

    Tom's Hardware - Benchmark 07 - Crysis 2 DirectX 11 [C] Extreme
  22. the 550 ti is a good card. i had one before and it played all my games perfectly no lag or anything, and that was with all sttings on hihg or ultra
  23. Kiowa789 said:
    We're supposed to be helping the guy, not bickering at each other.

    Oh, and just to clarify, I was incorrect, 16 FPS falls barely outside where I said it would.

    Tom's Hardware - Benchmark 07 - Crysis 2 DirectX 11 [C] Extreme

    That's more like it :)
  24. Thus decided... 7770 is my catch now :) Thank you all... much obliged :)
  25. saintsfleur said:
    Thus decided... 7770 is my catch now :) Thank you all... much obliged :)


    Don't forget to pick a best answer, even if it isn't me.
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