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Help on video card hd 6770, 6750, gts450/sc or GTX460 OC 768

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July 7, 2011 9:19:18 AM

I need help on choosing video card, and pls put consideration to the prices.. (the price is based on the store here.. and no i cant buy on newegg :p )

HIS hd6770/Powercolor hd6770 1gb> $131
Powercolor hd6750 1gb> $117
Asus/Sparkle/Giada gts450 1gb> $115
Evga gts450 sc 1gb> $155
INNO3D GTX460 OC 768mb> $169

Is it worth it to put extra bucks on a gtx460 oc? and what is the best bang for the buck? :) 

(im in the philippines, i just converted it to dollars :D )

TY for the response.
July 7, 2011 9:23:24 AM

You can overclock it yourself but you can buy a EVGA GTX 460 Superclocked version though or even a MSI GTX 460 HAWK
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July 7, 2011 10:28:35 AM

EVGA GTX 460 cost $193 here. thats over my budget here. ty for the reply
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July 7, 2011 4:23:00 PM

What resolution are you using? Can your PSU power all those?

The best bang for buck in probably the 6750. The 6770 might be worth the extra $15ish if your resolution is high enough. The fastest card is the GTX460. If your at 1080 and play demanding games its the card for you. Avoid the GTS450 SC, get the normal one and OC it yourself.
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July 8, 2011 1:17:18 AM

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I need help on choosing video card, and pls put consideration to the prices.. (the price is based on the store here.. and no i cant buy on newegg :p )

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July 8, 2011 8:34:34 AM

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What resolution are you using? Can your PSU power all those?

currently im using 1440x900 resolution, but i'm planning on buying 21.5" samsung so it hink it will be higher by then. 600w for the psu im guessing that it wont be a problem.

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The best bang for buck in probably the 6750. The 6770 might be worth the extra $15ish if your resolution is high enough. The fastest card is the GTX460. If your at 1080 and play demanding games its the card for you. Avoid the GTS450 SC, get the normal one and OC it yourself.

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The best bang for buck in probably the 6750
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Avoid the GTS450 SC, get the normal one and OC it yourself.

btw im using programs like adobe, so i think gts450 is the way to go :D 

ty for the reply 4745454b and manu11
you are very helpful :D 
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July 8, 2011 8:35:10 AM

Best answer selected by ge02.
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July 8, 2011 9:17:42 AM

Not all 600W units are created equal, though I agree all but the worst of them should have no trouble with a 6770 or GTS450. Double check to make sure the version of Adobe you have supports CUDA. If it does then the GTS450 is the card for you.
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