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Nvidia gtx 560 2gb or gtx 560 ti 1 gb??

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February 7, 2012 10:45:33 AM

hi i am planning to buy a gaming machine. i will be using a single graphics card.

1.) which graphics card is better nvidia gtx 560 2gb or gtx 560 Ti 1gb or should i go with gtx 560 1gb . i have to choose from these three only.

2.) also help me choose CPU between i5 2320/2400/2500( may be k) or amd bulldozer fx6100/8100. as i am a new bee will overclocking be needed for high requirement games.

3.) also should i go for intel motherboard or asus and i am on budget so i am thinking to go for h67 chipset(if not overclocking)...will it be fine??

4.) 600w psu ...is it sufficient?

5.) RAM 1333 mhz or 1600 mhz?
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February 7, 2012 11:09:08 AM

1) 560 ti 1GB is the best, another alternative option is 6950
2) i5-2500k Straight
3) P67 Gigabyte or MSI, you can get one cheap
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
4) Can you be exact please? If you are talking about this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Yes if there is no problem, but this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
I don't guarantee.
So be exact on which PSU you'll buy. But anything is it, I recommend you to get the best quality possible.
5) 1600 Mhz, I think it's worth it to go up to ~$5 for some performance gain with 1155 socket system.
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February 7, 2012 11:48:39 AM

1) gtx 560 1gb is ok and gtx 560 ti 2gb is for higher resolution.:) 

2)i52500k for nice gaming performance and better overclocking.:) 

3)gigabyte z68 if u can afford + it has integrated graphics.:) 

4)for psu xfx pro 650 for powerful built and easy rail.:) 
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

5)1333 mhz will be ok otherwise 1600mhz.:) 
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February 7, 2012 11:48:56 AM

thanks guys.......sry but i am configuring in india......no newegg here...my overclocking issue is still not resolved.......also i am on budget so not sure whether to go for 2500k......is 2320 good enogh or i should consider 2500 only and plz help me out with overclocking..........i dont know much about it and also whether there is a need for it for me or not.....my use is gaming but not that extreme .........my requirement is that it i should be able to play latest games like metro 2033, battlefield 3 crysis 2 etc.......plus some video encoding and little bit of programming :D 


power supply .....corsair gs600 or FSP 600w or coolermaster 550w.

and yeah resolution...i am going for 22" dell LED with 1920x1080.
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February 7, 2012 11:52:42 AM

oh sorry i have posted later for ram.

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February 7, 2012 12:00:01 PM
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jimy89 said:
thanks guys.......sry but i am configuring in india......no newegg here...my overclocking issue is still not resolved.......also i am on budget so not sure whether to go for 2500k......is 2320 good enogh or i should consider 2500 only and plz help me out with overclocking..........i dont know much about it and also whether there is a need for it for me or not.....my use is gaming but not that extreme .........my requirement is that it i should be able to play latest games like metro 2033, battlefield 3 crysis 2 etc.......plus some video encoding and little bit of programming :D 


power supply .....corsair gs600 or FSP 600w or coolermaster 550w.

and yeah resolution...i am going for 22" dell LED with 1920x1080.

Get a GS600, You'd Be very Happy with it :) .

Overclocking is a nice thing to try, so If you would try, Try and go with i5-2500k, If you want lower budgets Overclocking CPU you must to go AMD, search for Phenom II X4 980/970 which is probably the same price as i5-2320 (not sure anyway). But either way, 560 ti should be a very good card for you. For motherboards just make sure you get the same socket with the processor and be able to overclocking (for 1155 P67/Z68, for AM3 anything you want).
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February 7, 2012 12:01:00 PM

jimy89 said:
thanks guys.......sry but i am configuring in india......no newegg here...my overclocking issue is still not resolved.......also i am on budget so not sure whether to go for 2500k......is 2320 good enogh or i should consider 2500 only and plz help me out with overclocking..........i dont know much about it and also whether there is a need for it for me or not.....my use is gaming but not that extreme .........my requirement is that it i should be able to play latest games like metro 2033, battlefield 3 crysis 2 etc.......plus some video encoding and little bit of programming :D 


power supply .....corsair gs600 or FSP 600w or coolermaster 550w.

and yeah resolution...i am going for 22" dell LED with 1920x1080.


go for an i52500k it will be more powerful and its ovecloking is very nice for psu corsair and for gpu gtx 5601gb will be ok.:) 
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February 7, 2012 12:10:47 PM

Its funny to see when someone wants tells everyone, he wants NVIDIA GPU. 1 person always has to recommend the red team. Not trying to down the read team here. Just saying why does someone always throw in cough cough uh Radeon........ Well if i were you i would get the GTX 560 ti 1gb, if you can afford. the i5 2500k is also a good upgrade. especially if your overclocking
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February 7, 2012 12:18:49 PM

Hahahahaha

I don't recommend, but I say 'Another Alternative' option, not just alternative, but another. Since he seems to be eyeing the nVidia GPUs.
February 14, 2012 4:05:52 AM

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February 14, 2012 9:31:06 AM

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