I have one gtx 470 right now and I want to get a second and run them in sli but I'm thinking if I wait for their new series to be released the price of the 470 will drop. when is nvidia going to release their new series? And will the cards price even drop that much?
you should def wait about a week for a gtx 560, its should be around $250 and shoudl perform around the same as the gtx 470 if not better, I would wait bc when this card is released the price of the gtx 470s might drop, but overall I think the gtx 560 will be the best buy and your best choice in buying a video card in that range right now, what are you full system specs? That way we can make sure that your system matches up with a card of this level... thanks
gotta have higher standards like the cards I picked out.
I do not care if a sparkle or palit is that cheap...
Rats! Thought I could fool you . And Ebay huh? What about newegg... after rebates!
Actually mal I got another question which I'm thinking about posting. Whatdya know about dedicated physx cards? Specifically using my 8800GT as one and then buying one of these "90 dollar" GTX 460's to use as my actual GPU?
It can't be all that bad can it? I wonder what Hardocp.com has to say about the Galaxy GTX460:
"At any rate, the Galaxy GTX 460 1GB card got up to a whopping 93c when overclocked. Further testing is required because so far this seems rather extreme to us for this level of video card and doesn’t quite match what we experienced on the two reference video cards."
"In short, the reference design GTX 460 video cards we tested were dead silent. The Galaxy GeForce GTX 460 1GB video card, on the other hand, was not. From the moment we plugged it in, the fan was whiny and loud. And when we fired up FurMark, or any 3D game, it only got worse. Not only was it audible over the other system fans, it was audible over the speakers, and even the office pedestal fan. So while Galaxy has perfected cooling, they have a ways to go to reducing the noise level compared to the reference fan." http://www.hardocp.com/article/2010/07/12/nvidia_geforc...