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Corsair 600T Case or EVGA 670 FTW

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August 18, 2012 12:36:17 AM

Hello, I was going to get an EVGA 670 FTW but now that the EVGA 660ti FTW is out, I was wondering if it would be better to get the 660ti and then spend the extra money on a Corsair 600T, Instead of getting the 670 and a Corsair 400R. What do you guys think?
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a c 111 ) Power supply
August 18, 2012 12:52:30 AM

400R and 670.
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August 18, 2012 2:37:40 AM

The FTW models from EVGA are just a bit better than the reference model and worth getting , however if your getting the FTW model of the 660Ti then that would be ok too. I'm guessing it would depend on what your useing the Pc for and if it's gaming the what settings , what games and what resolution are you looking at?
It ends up a more complicated decision then which video card should you get.
While the 600T case is a realy nice case it can't add to the performance or add to the fps of a game , it's just nice to look at and might have more features so your choice is really about going with a 660Ti or a 670 FTW.
I would go with the Evga 670 FTW.
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August 18, 2012 3:32:29 AM

inzone said:
The FTW models from EVGA are just a bit better than the reference model and worth getting , however if your getting the FTW model of the 660Ti then that would be ok too. I'm guessing it would depend on what your useing the Pc for and if it's gaming the what settings , what games and what resolution are you looking at?
It ends up a more complicated decision then which video card should you get.
While the 600T case is a realy nice case it can't add to the performance or add to the fps of a game , it's just nice to look at and might have more features so your choice is really about going with a 660Ti or a 670 FTW.
I would go with the Evga 670 FTW.

The 660ti FTW get's pretty close to the performance of the 670, do you think it is worth spending an extra 40 bucks for a better case with better cooling and a fan controller and a windowed side panel? So pretty much it is getting 15% better performance for $80 extra dollars. What would you do?
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a c 111 ) Power supply
August 18, 2012 6:43:27 AM

Why not a 500R and a 670 superclocked for $370?
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August 18, 2012 6:47:10 AM

amuffin said:
Why not a 500R and a 670 superclocked for $370?

Can you give me a link to the super clocked version?
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a b ) Power supply
August 18, 2012 6:58:38 AM

IMO 670, the extra memory bus will help if any game starts to go extremely ditzy on the anti aliasing which the 660ti partially suffers in if its heavy.
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August 18, 2012 8:47:48 AM

Why not just get another 6950? The phantom isn't a bad case and crossfire 6950's should out perform a 670.
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August 18, 2012 4:04:35 PM

coper210 said:
The 660ti FTW get's pretty close to the performance of the 670, do you think it is worth spending an extra 40 bucks for a better case with better cooling and a fan controller and a windowed side panel? So pretty much it is getting 15% better performance for $80 extra dollars. What would you do?



I like the look of the 600T case and it would certianly be a great case to have so if it were me I would be finding a way to get both the 670 and 600T. I don't like to settle for less and while the 660Ti might be a pretty good card , it' not going to be as good as the 670. So find a way to get both.
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