first off regardless of whether or not i decide on which gpu setup i will get im still waiting for kepler to come out before i buy. so should i get a 7970 dual 560 ti's or a kepler??? (this is NOT a hate thread and i do NOT want any arguing) if i do get the 560 ti's which ones should i get??? 560 ti 1gb, 560 ti 2gb, or 560 ti 448 core??? or maybe classified???
note: i do not care about noise level since i will have my headset on. i only care about heat, performance, and the picture quality it gives me. also which one has better performance/picture btw 7970 or dual 560 ti's??? and what is the performance difference btw the different models of the 560 ti???
How do you expect us to answer not knowing how Kepler performs?
Assuming you are using a single 1080 screen, I would get the cheapest of the cards that can give you GTX580 type performance. 7950, 7870, GTX580, and maybe even kepler depending on price/performance. You can get a 7970 but its rather overkill for just 1080.
i will have 1080p at first but soon after i will be getting 2 more monitors. also if your mad because i asked about kepler and you dont know (which you dont) then just tell me whether i should get a 7970 or 2 560 ti's.
if your mad because i asked about kepler and you dont know (which you dont)
I was trying to point out no one knows. The card hasn't been released yet so no one really knows how it will perform. If you are going to wait until kepler is out you might as well have made this thread then. At least at that point we could have answered it.
does 7970 it have better performance than dual 560 ti 448 core's???
No it doesn't. If you will be moving to 3 screens then you should look into the SLI idea. Two GTX560s is a good idea.
1. if i get two ti's then which model should i get??? 448 core, 2gb, or 1gb?
2. i have heard the price of the 580, 570, and 560 ti will go down like 50$ when kepler comes out.
3. do you think the 7970 price will go down when kepler comes out?