Best gpu cards on 1366x768

Here's my rig:

i3-2100 3.1ghz
Asus p8h67-v b3
4gb Gskill RipjawsX 1600 CL9
Antec TP550w
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  1. At that resolution, most high-end cards are overkill. I would say a GTX 460 1GB is good enough to run any/most games.
  2. What is your budget?
  3. A HD5770 should be plenty.
  4. Nvidia: GTX 460

    ATI: Radeon 5750

    Both card will be capable of running today's game at a good-high setting.
  5. What do you want to run/play?
  6. GTA IV, Metro 2033, Alien vs. Predator, Dirt 2 & 3, Need for Speed and new released online games this year.

    Thanks for those suggestions. :)
  7. I'd get a GTX 560, it's got the same core as the 460 but on a newer, more efficient die, and therefore clocks better. It's also newer tech (most obviously) and so it will be easier to find another one if you want to SLI down the road.
  8. Depending on your budget I would reccomend getting a 6950 or GTX560ti.You should be able to max out almost everything at the resolution with those cards with the exception of Metro2033.Your Dual core will be a limiting factor even more so because at smaller resolution's the graphics depend more on the processor than the GPU.
  9. cuecuemore said:
    I'd get a GTX 560, it's got the same core as the 460 but on a newer, more efficient die, and therefore clocks better. It's also newer tech (most obviously) and so it will be easier to find another one if you want to SLI down the road.


    I'd go for a GTX 560 as well.
  10. without knowing the budget

    my first instinct is GTX 460

    this one is nice if you win the "rebate game"
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130567

    but this one is the one I would really pick
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133326

    all depends on future plans on monitor upgrades
    because if you plan on upgrading resolution
    then a GTX 560Ti or HD 6870 or HD 6950 might be called for


    but the 1gb 460 can run almost any game at 1920x1080 with high settings
    right now

    a 560Ti or HD 6950 would cost more but in a year or two could save you from having
    to upgrade

    and if money is tight then a HD 5770/6770 is a good budget card for that res
  11. I would just a GTX560ti or 6950 because I would feel comfortable knowing I can max out any game and would do so for a long time.Although the i3 is the only limiting factor.
  12. My budget ranges from 150-200 $
  13. AMD 460 Is perfect, most times get to 750-800 MHZ overclock
    and its cheaper than the 560.
    I have a 5770 I have not seen a drop below 32 fps in crysis2 dx11 and highres pack (yet)
    so its just barely there.
    If you like Amd, Its hard to recommend the 6850 over the 6870. but if you want to save some money a 720P then any of the cards I listed will be perfect.
  14. For a $200 budget then the GTX560 is probably the best.The 6870 is a tiny bit faster but I've been hearing a lot of problems with it lately.

    ASUS GTX560 $195=$175 after MIR + Free Shipping

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121446

    ASUS DirectCU provides some of the best cooling.
  15. It's GTX 460 not AMD 460, am I right? :D
  16. Yes you are right, the 460 will be more than enough to play at your resolution, get one with good cooling
  17. That version is a Reference version and probably has horrible cooling.

    I would suggest going for the GTX560.It's the updated version of the GTX460.It was better SLI scaling and better tesselation performance.
  18. Asus DireCU and MSI Twin Frozr offer nice cooling on their cards
    whether you go with the 460 or 560 go with one of those models
  19. ^+1
  20. 460 Asus direct CU is going to be the cheapest and best you will find these days
  21. While we are talking 460s
    what do you guys think of the 2Win Dual 460 cards?
    the idea of SLI on one card has always seem cool to me
    since they did the 3870X2 I have always wanted one
    but never been able to afford one
    Is the 2Win GTX 460 worth the money? (300 or so)
  22. Look at the performance to cost ratio.$300 seems good for how well it performs.It definitly beats the GTX570 and rivals the GTX580.

    It's $350 right now on Newegg.
  23. Sorry to hijack OP
    thanks Purple stank
    I looked at Newegg
    I think I saw price after rebate
    Image a (2) 2Wins SLI together?
    Oh well a boy can dream cant he?

    OP
    The 460 is being phased out and they will sell out soon
    so their are some nice deals on the card but the
    560 would be a good option if you are thinking of SLI
    since you could get another one easier later on
    as somebody else mentioned
  24. Strangely enough I can't find any reviews or benchmarks of the 2Win.Even though it was released a while ago.

    Some of the games that the OP plays are DX11 and a GTX560 would probably yield better results not only just because it's faster than the GTX460.
  25. Since the OP mentioned a budget of up to 200
    then this 560Ti is 205 after rebates
    so if the OP doesnt mind playing "The Rebate Game"
    then this would really be ideal
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125363

    granted at that resolution it is overkill
    but the OP wouldnt have to upgrade for a long time
  26. that is a really nice card above.
  27. Ohhh, btw guys. I think I'll just get an Asus GTX 560Ti DirectCU II TOP. What do you guys think? TIA! :)
  28. Pretty nice.
  29. The GTX560ti DirectCU is a GREAT card.You won't be disapointed.
  30. excessive for that resolution though
  31. True
    but less need for upgrade later on
  32. Like I said before With a card like a GTX560ti at that resoultion you'll never have to worry about which game you can play or max out because you can pretty much take on anything.
  33. And that I3-2100 got good reviews as a gaming cpu
    true that with more games going multithreaded
    that a few years from now it would fall behind
    but as of right now
    with almost all games working well on a fast dual core
    that the 2100 with a 560Ti would be a very capable
    gaming rig
    even later if the OP goes to a higher resolution
    the OP would be set for a good gaming experience
    I really dont like this term
    but it would be "future proofing"
    at around the $200 mark the 560Ti is a great option
    and later a 560Ti SLI dual rig would be a nice upgrade path
  34. warhead0 said:
    Nvidia: GTX 460

    ATI: Radeon 5750

    Both card will be capable of running today's game at a good-high setting.



    when it comes to performance and 3d rendering ati 5770 is the winner from the above two cards :sol: :sol: :sol:
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