Help!!!!!! EVGA GTS 450 and Inno3d GTx 550ti

Hello guys I want to buy a graphic card and I am caught between these two Cards ..1.EVGA GTS 450 1GB and 2.Inno3d GTX 550ti ...

http://www.evga.com/articles/00577/

http://www.inno3d.com/products/graphic_card/gf500/gtx_550ti.html


Now I was googling for reviews ,I did find a lot about the EVGA GTS 450 but I was not able to find even one review or even an unboxing on the Inno3d GTX 550ti (apart from the ichill series)...So please help me out here on which is the better card...I have almost always used Nvidia cards from evga and I have heard that inno3d is not such a good company and often there cards are just lame ....And also If you guys know any better cards in the same price range please recommend..I was thinking of AMD but I have never used an AMD Graphics card and i found the HIS hd 6770 to be in the same price range. So I am a bit confused here....i have heard from people that in performance NVIDIA is better than AMD , plus AMD does not have Physx technology...MY question = does having Physx really make a difference ?..................... Please Guys , I would really appreciate if you gave me answers with solid reasons...and specially any experiences you might have with these cards and If anyone knows a better card in the same price..please tell..

Thanks
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  1. PhysX only makes a difference in games who support PhysX, there are 4 or 5 i believe. Inno 3D ain't that great i think, but before making reccomendations about a goo gpu for you we need to know your system, your mobo, your psu, ram, resolution, where you buy from and budget.
  2. GreenDutchAlien said:
    PhysX only makes a difference in games who support PhysX, there are 4 or 5 i believe. Inno 3D ain't that great i think, but before making reccomendations about a goo gpu for you we need to know your system, your mobo, your psu, ram, resolution, where you buy from and budget.



    I have Asus P8z68-v pro mobo , i5 2500k, dual channel crossair 4gb and Antec 500watts psu ...everything is built except for good Graphics card and a cool case...... I AM A BUDGET BUILDER......
  3. inno 3d are ok, get the 550 its faster. i would get the 6770 its probably cheaper and performs on par with the 550 and uses less power. I would honestly save up a bit extra and get at least a 6850 or gtx460, 6770/550 are low end, you have such a good cpu, why cheap out on the vid card.
  4. inno3d 550 is better than gts 450. the 450 is on par with the 5770 which is the same with the 6770 except for the open gl 4.1
  5. iam2thecrowe said:
    inno 3d are ok, get the 550 its faster. i would get the 6770 its probably cheaper and performs on par with the 550 and uses less power. I would honestly save up a bit extra and get at least a 6850 or gtx460, 6770/550 are low end, you have such a good cpu, why cheap out on the vid card.

    I am kind of on a low budget here because I have already spent a lot on building this pc... anywayz THANKS.
  6. Anyother arguments ?????
  7. Would anyone tell me if the Inno3d is better than the gts 450 ...then how come I can't find a single review or even an unboxing video for Inno3d unlike the gts 450...
  8. iam2thecrowe said:
    inno 3d are ok, get the 550 its faster. i would get the 6770 its probably cheaper and performs on par with the 550 and uses less power. I would honestly save up a bit extra and get at least a 6850 or gtx460, 6770/550 are low end, you have such a good cpu, why cheap out on the vid card.

    the 550 is actually more powerful than 6770.Its on par with 6790
  9. inno3d is based in hk. and its not selling it worldwide, i think its the reason there are no reviews for inno3d. but im using 1 rite now, the fermi architecture of the 400 series of nvidia is better in dx11 compare to thier amd counterpart.
  10. celpas said:
    the 550 is actually more powerful than 6770.Its on par with 6790

    ....and your actually full of 5h!t, read a review before you post crap http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-550-ti-gf116-radeon-hd-5770,2892-17.html
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