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Hey guys!!! I want an advice in choosing a GPU ?

Hey guys!!! I want an advice in choosing a GPU ?
am goin' to buy new pc.
core i5 2500k LGA 1155 socket
asus maximus IV gene -Z mobo
8gb ddr3 ram
then.
n vidia gtx 550ti or 560 ti or equivalent ATi card
Am using Samsung eco 21" LCD monitor
I use my pc for gaming.....
And also the power supply,how much power do i need
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  1. If you have that much money, you should be at least getting a GTX 570. I'd cut down on the motherboard for it.
  2. get hd 6950 : Gigabyte’s R695OC-1GD, in the future you can crossfire, and these match the best
    are you planning to overclock, it makes big psu difference
  3. Best answer
    samuelspark said:
    If you have that much money, you should be at least getting a GTX 570. I'd cut down on the motherboard for it.

    Not saying thats a idea, i just think that is a Epic choice for that good of a deal. I mean its only 189.99 on newegg. Most other 1155 boards are gonna be around 250 for the same level of board.


    If i were nextgenprofessor, i would get that board, get a 560 ti' and sell it once Kepler is out. Because for the price of that 560ti he can get the next gen GTX 580 (512 cuda card). Its almost like and this is if the Released specs are true, then they doubled the cuda of previous cards and updated the CUDA software. making the next Mid range Card better than a GTX 580
  4. Rockdpm said:
    Not saying thats a idea, i just think that is a Epic choice for that good of a deal. I mean its only 189.99 on newegg. Most other 1155 boards are gonna be around 250 for the same level of board.


    If i were nextgenprofessor, i would get that board, get a 560 ti' and sell it once Kepler is out. Because for the price of that 560ti he can get the next gen GTX 580 (512 cuda card). Its almost like and this is if the Released specs are true, then they doubled the cuda of previous cards and updated the CUDA software. making the next Mid range Card better than a GTX 580


    Prices are going to be about $500 though. Really, what's a good motherboard used for? All you really need is USB 3.0, SATAIII, and some decent overclocking potential.
  5. for new built here are the cards you should choose.

    1)hd 6950 which performs good in gaming and in par with gtx 560ti.:)

    2)gtx 560ti it overclocks very well and after overclock performs very well.:)

    3)hd 6870 its good in performance of gaming in 1080p and best bang for buck.:)

    no need to go now for gtx 570 for 21 inch monitor that three cards will be good hd 6950 will be the best answer in my opinion to choose because of gaming.
  6. Best answer selected by nextgen professor.
  7. samuelspark said:
    If you have that much money, you should be at least getting a GTX 570. I'd cut down on the motherboard for it.


    So which mobo ?
    z68 chipset ,lga 1155

    Which will e the best at low cost?
  8. Rockdpm said:
    Not saying thats a idea, i just think that is a Epic choice for that good of a deal. I mean its only 189.99 on newegg. Most other 1155 boards are gonna be around 250 for the same level of board.


    If i were nextgenprofessor, i would get that board, get a 560 ti' and sell it once Kepler is out. Because for the price of that 560ti he can get the next gen GTX 580 (512 cuda card). Its almost like and this is if the Released specs are true, then they doubled the cuda of previous cards and updated the CUDA software. making the next Mid range Card better than a GTX 580


    so u're saying that gtx 550ti is suitable for me?
  9. nextgen professor said:
    so u're saying that gtx 550ti is suitable for me?


    GTX 550 Ti is a a terrible card. Weaker than the 6790 and costs a lot more ($30ish dollars) .

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157271 One of the best motherboards for the price.
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