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April 29, 2012 2:50:21 PM

Hi guyz,
I am using GTX 560-Ti and now m like annoyed by it as always driver crashes, screen turns pink. So I decided to buy ATI 7 Series card and only 7850 is better than mine in performance and about nearest price but its not available in 1GB version.

Simply, what should I do??

Stay with GTX 560-Ti

Get 2GB version 7850 which is kinda difficult for me as after selling my card, I dont have more money to add and buy it

Or wait for 7850 1GB version which I think will be equal to that price which i'll get after selling my card!

I'll be Thankful for your support as m serious confused and just need taht thing which I can run for more time without any issue!

Thnx!

Note: If there are any other option, get it should be atleast latest than my card( m aint gonna go for 5 series or older series)



Thanks!

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April 29, 2012 3:02:19 PM

if you are will to wait wait for the mainstream version of the nvidia 600 series as they have a more stable GPU then the 500 series but if you want to go with a AMD card i would suggest to go with that 7850 2GB AMD card after prices come down and drivers improve as both companies are having a little trouble with the drivers right now unsure why.
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April 29, 2012 3:15:32 PM

yumri said:
if you are will to wait wait for the mainstream version of the nvidia 600 series as they have a more stable GPU then the 500 series but if you want to go with a AMD card i would suggest to go with that 7850 2GB AMD card after prices come down and drivers improve as both companies are having a little trouble with the drivers right now unsure why.



Thats the problem, physically no problem just experienced this drivers issues first time i got nV. If its with both!????..........

Then! what should i do, as my card i think awsm but jsut started hating it bcuz of driver issue!

Btw, 7850 is better choice?
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April 29, 2012 5:26:58 PM

both the 560 ti and the 7850 are about the same in noticeable performance and i will really like to see what you mean by your issue as it seems like if you just tweak the graphics panel to have on V-sync the problem will go away as it might be to high of a fps for your monitor and not a driver issue
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April 29, 2012 6:04:31 PM

yumri said:
both the 560 ti and the 7850 are about the same in noticeable performance and i will really like to see what you mean by your issue as it seems like if you just tweak the graphics panel to have on V-sync the problem will go away as it might be to high of a fps for your monitor and not a driver issue



I was just going through this topic: I have same issue and I hope this will work, wat u say? aand if in future if my card is not physically on risk, just these driver issues, i think my card is good for next 1-2years!

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/348432-33-nvidia-driv...

And actually what you are saying is turn on the v-sync and performance will be like same as 7850?? Sorry i didnt understand that :S:S

And you are saying taht this issue might be due to v-sync off not due to driver???
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