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Help me pick a new video card

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November 15, 2010 9:29:43 PM

I currently have an MSI cyclone 4890 while it has served me well all of a sudden the fan died and it over heated. looking for a new card that has about the same specs, but maybe change its up and go with something frokm nvidia for a change. i want to stay with 256bit but open to all other options which cards from nvidia compare with this or maybe a bit better. thanks in advance

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November 15, 2010 9:41:21 PM

Budget? Processor? Monitor's resolution?

About the same specs..grab an HD6850 and learn to overclock.
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November 15, 2010 9:55:15 PM

I agree with Shadow. Ultimately we need some actual information to go off of. :) 

And saying you want to stick with 256bit... for what reason? Bit rate doesn't necessarily mean you get a certain level of performance. Just like the actual total GPU RAM doesn't make a card better or lesser than another. There's way more to the picture than one specific statistic.
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November 15, 2010 9:59:49 PM

stryker221982 said:
I currently have an MSI cyclone 4890 while it has served me well all of a sudden the fan died and it over heated. looking for a new card that has about the same specs, but maybe change its up and go with something frokm nvidia for a change. i want to stay with 256bit but open to all other options which cards from nvidia compare with this or maybe a bit better. thanks in advance


The GTX460 is comparable to the 4890. The GTX470 has recently come down a bunch in price and is a tier above.
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November 15, 2010 10:07:27 PM

Phenom II x4 945 3.0Ghz, 8GB PNY DDR2 normal resolution of 1680x1050 but watch blu-ray at full hd 1920x1080
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