Best Graphics Card Option Under $450

I was thinking of Xfire 6870's anyone got a better idea?
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  1. nope
  2. I haven't looked into it, but from what I've heard it seems that if you CF any cards below a 6950 I think it was, you can get micro-stuttering issues. What resolution do you play at, and what kind of games do you play? It would also be helpful if you posted your system specs.
  3. EVGA 01G-P3-1561-AR GeForce GTX 560 Ti FPB (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card $229.99 and a $20 rebate. Comes to $440. (you can only use the rebate for one card)

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130604

    The performance of the 560 and the 65870 are equal with the 560ti being a step above both so two 560Ti's in SLI would be better than two 6870's in crossfire.
  4. why would you even do this. What games are you playing? Just get a 6950 if you absolutely have to upgrade right now. If not, wait for the new generation of cards.
  5. because im currently stuck with my damn 4890 thank you very much kyle
  6. Ive been searching around and supposedly 560ti is equal to 6950 but the 6950 is cheaper should i get xfire 6950's?
  7. I have 2 XFX 6950's and it's beautiful! It's overkill really.
  8. for 10 more bucks you can get one of the best GFX available in the market-

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130590
  9. hellfire24 said:
    for 10 more bucks you can get one of the best GFX available in the market-

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130590



    djsnipy is talking about getting two cards for $450 , not one. I was going to make that recomendation as well untill I realized he was talking about getting two cards.
  10. mauler184 said:



    Yes , nice card and free stuff and free shipping.+1 ^
  11. Something just hit me, how would a single 570/580 do? or should i just get dual 560 ti's/ dual 6950's
  12. I have noticed that 2 5850\5870s work quite well
  13. Im stuck between the 570 and 6870 xfire....... im worried about futureproof...... i feel like the 570 will last me longer than the 2 6870's
  14. +1 to the two 560 ti's
  15. djsnipy said:
    Im stuck between the 570 and 6870 xfire....... im worried about futureproof...... i feel like the 570 will last me longer than the 2 6870's

    IMHO, if I had this choice, I'd go with the 570. And down the road when you need to upgrade again, you could just get another 570 and SLI them.
  16. I dont understand that mentality kilo, thou I do understand it is one made popular by nvidia and ATI for obvious reasons. By the time you will need the 2nd 570 two new generations of cards will be out. You stick that 2x 570 in there and you now have two outdated cards topping out and still not giving you the performance of the technologies you overlooked.

    Additionally, if you "future-proof" your system with this mentality and don't end up ever getting SLI or xfire, then you have wasted some money.

    I think more people need to accept that multi-card rigs are purely for those who HAVE to have those 3+ monitors at huge resolutions or someone is really obsessed with a future game like bf3 and must be certain they will get 100fps in it lol.

    people please stop spewing money at these companies needlessly. and if your 2 rich to just buy one awesome card...then pm me. Perhaps we can work out a way for u to buy me a new card instead.
  17. Get 2 x 560ti, cheaper and faster than a 580, and they overclock very well
  18. ^ Ah, I didn't even think about 2 560Ti's. In that case, I agree with 384-bit and monsta, a couple 560Ti's is a great idea.
  19. I'm really happy with mine , its really worth considering, shop around for a deal and see how you go.
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