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I will stay with my LG 19 inch , 560 Ti or 570 ?

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October 17, 2011 5:34:35 PM

Hello there ,
I am sorry and I am sure many asked this before but my question is a little bit different ....
I would mostly stay with my 19' LG LCD (max res 1280x1024)
My primary PC use is gaming
1-Well I hate to buy something then be disapointed after that ... The difference between 560 Ti and 570 is around 100$+ .... Which one should I get for my case ?
2.Do you recommend going with an OCed from the box card or getting a stock speeds cards ? my Gigabyte 8800 GT OC started to have troubles after a year or so ! .... And if OCed to some level, it would start to approch 570 prices !
The rest of the future system is :
Gigabyte P67A-B3-D3
i7 2600
4 gigs 1600MHz
Windows XP + 7 32bit
A good 700watt power supply

Note:I will never overclock or think about SLI,if that matters for my question.

Thanks

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October 17, 2011 6:01:34 PM

1. 560 Ti - It's all you'll need to max out the settings on that resolution and more.
2. If the OC'd edition costs nearly as much as the 570, I wouldn't get it. If it's like 60 bucks less... then sure why not. But you don't necessarily need the OC'd edition as you can always OC it yourself.
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October 17, 2011 6:24:35 PM

mahanddeem said:
Hello there ,
I am sorry and I am sure many asked this before but my question is a little bit different ....
I would mostly stay with my 19' LG LCD (max res 1280x1024)
My primary PC use is gaming
1-Well I hate to buy something then be disapointed after that ... The difference between 560 Ti and 570 is around 100$+ .... Which one should I get for my case ?
2.Do you recommend going with an OCed from the box card or getting a stock speeds cards ? my Gigabyte 8800 GT OC started to have troubles after a year or so ! .... And if OCed to some level, it would start to approch 570 prices !
The rest of the future system is :
Gigabyte P67A-B3-D3
i7 2600
4 gigs 1600MHz
Windows XP + 7 32bit
A good 700watt power supply

Thanks

first of all: you should get windows 7 home premium 64-bit to fully take advantage of your build.
at your resolution anything over a radeon hd 5770 will do fine. 560 will work even better, all the way up to and beyond 1080p.
try getting a 2600k with that p67 mobo so that you can overclock when you want to. although not many games take advantage of i7 2600 and 2600k's hyperthreading. you might be able to save some money buying a 2500k, invest it for an ssd(depends on your budget).
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October 17, 2011 6:30:57 PM

toneekay said:
1. 560 Ti - It's all you'll need to max out the settings on that resolution and more.
2. If the OC'd edition costs nearly as much as the 570, I wouldn't get it. If it's like 60 bucks less... then sure why not. But you don't necessarily need the OC'd edition as you can always OC it yourself.



About no.2 , companies claim they revise cooling for higher clocks they use
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October 17, 2011 6:31:45 PM

de5_Roy said:
first of all: you should get windows 7 home premium 64-bit to fully take advantage of your build.
at your resolution anything over a radeon hd 5770 will do fine. 560 will work even better, all the way up to and beyond 1080p.
try getting a 2600k with that p67 mobo so that you can overclock when you want to. although not many games take advantage of i7 2600 and 2600k's hyperthreading. you might be able to save some money buying a 2500k, invest it for an ssd(depends on your budget).


Thanks for the reply........Overclocking is never in my agenda ...
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October 17, 2011 8:25:32 PM

If you're not looking to overclock... the 2500K, or even the non-K 2500 would do fine due to their high clocks. Heck, if anything I would go for the 2400 for the lower price and still brings good performance at 3.1ghz.
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October 18, 2011 2:37:10 AM

if you can wait a bit: try getting a z68 mobo supporting pcie 3.0 with core i7 2600 or core i5 2500, stay with your current gfx card a little longer or use the cpu's igp - say till december, amd's supposed to release their radeon hd 7xxx series gfx cards manufactured on the 28 nm fab process. they're rumored to be more power efficient and much better performing than current 45 nm gfx cards. nvidia will release their 6xx series (also built on 28 nm) on q1 2012. after the cards come out, their driver issues, bugs get worked out, you'll have a new card to game with - this is based on speculation though.
if you have to buy now a gtx 560 ti or 570 will serve you well for the setup you're getting.
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2. If the OC'd edition costs nearly as much as the 570, I wouldn't get it. If it's like 60 bucks less... then sure why not. But you don't necessarily need the OC'd edition as you can always OC it yourself.

i agree with toneekay on this. besides, you get non ref. coolers (which imo are better than reference coolers e.g. direct cu ii top or twin frozr ii or iii) with those cards and you can always tweak those cards to match your needs.
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October 18, 2011 3:01:12 AM

Hi I would like to add that your cheap 19in lg lcd its one of the worst lcds ever made. I kno I had one. I got the 24in HD asus lcd the difference was more that night and day. I was pissed that I even bought it after seeing how crummy it looked next to the asus lcd you can pick one up for 200 they are cheap now. you are doing your video card a disservice by hooking it to such a cheap lcd you might as well buy a 100 buck video card for that lcd
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