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May 9, 2012 10:28:54 AM

What are some cards that are similar to the GTX 560 TI from evga, i am not fussed by amd or nvidea i am looking for something around $200 Im in australia.
If there is an amd card similar in performance and price with eyefinity support that would suit me quite well, as i own 3 monitors but my current EVGA GT430 gpu doesnt support 3.
Crossfire or SLI support would be handy.
Allthough my mainboard doesnt support it i may upgrade later
If you would like to know the specs of my system so you can judge what the best card would be here it is: Core i5 2500 3.3ghz
4gb ram atm (8gb later in the week)
500gb Samsung HDD
Asus P8H61-M LE
GT430 Graphics card at the moment.
500watt Thermaltake powersupply (Can upgrade if needed)

I have plenty of space in my current case The Aopen Nagas G5.

I mainly play games on my system although i do some photo editing.
I am not after the best overclocking perfromance from a graphics card.


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May 9, 2012 11:14:04 AM

for your money... well the 7850 from radeon. though that should cost abt 240-250 $
May 9, 2012 12:01:10 PM

Kk will that support eyefinity in games at a decent fps?
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May 9, 2012 12:05:48 PM

I have looked it up and i am looking at the XFX 7850 i have seen it does support eyefinity in gaming but as the last post states why does it need the cfx or sli
May 9, 2012 12:07:10 PM

Why is it that it will need Sli or cfx, is it because of the game graphics quality is improving?
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May 9, 2012 12:31:33 PM

The 560 Ti was nVidia's top selling card last time's market sahre among gamers was bigger than all DX11 AMD cards in the 68XX and 69xx series put together. Last I looked at the cards hitting Steam Servers as of end of February .... The 560 held 10.25% market share among DX11 cards and the 4 AMD cards totaled just 10.15%.

As well as it was accepted in the market place though, I still think it's a bit weak for 3 screens....even with two in SLI if you're playing the more demanding games. To cross 3 screens with a single card, I think I'd wait a bit and see how the 660 Ti stacks up against the 78xx series.....but that will still be above $200.

A single screen is 1/3 the amount of pixels as a singe screen, so 3 times as many "dots" to move around...that's quite a load increase.

May 9, 2012 12:36:16 PM

Medium detail with that card would be fine i have done a bit of research into it and it looks like the card i need it is a huge step from the GT430 i have it is around my price range all in all it just looks perfect.
Thankyou for you all spending your time to help me
May 9, 2012 12:37:07 PM

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