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560Ti VS 570 VS 7850...

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May 22, 2012 3:53:05 PM

I'm sure you have all seen the question before "GTX 560Ti vs 570 vs 7850..." Well I'm going to ask it again! However there are a few things I want to get out the the way first...

1) I don't really plan on over clocking unless I see fit.
2) I will probably upgrade in a few years.
3) My monitor is an ASUS Asus VE276Q 27".
4) Not too important but a black one would be nice...
5) I have a 650W PSU with i5, Kingston 8GB, 1 SSD, 2 HDD, optical drive and fans etc...
6) Willing to upgrade PSU but hope not to.
7) I have a 600t so can house pretty big cards.

There are a few cards I currently like;

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1280mb-msi-gtx-570-twin-...

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1280mb-evga-gtx-570-hd-s...

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/2gb-msi-radeon-hd-7850-t...

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/2gb-asus-radeon-hd-7850-...

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1280mb-asus-gtx-560-ti-d...

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1280mb-msi-gtx560ti-twin...


Of course I'm open to suggestion but I don't plan on going over £220 unless there is a HUGE increase in performance.

Sorry for the long drawn out post but I really can't decide and a hand would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks all!

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May 22, 2012 3:58:49 PM



If you don't want to OC, get whichever GTX 570 you like. The 7850 is a better card for overclockers, since it can overclock well past GTX 570 performance, but the 570 is better out of the box.

Your 650W power supply will handle any of those cards just fine.
a c 125 U Graphics card
May 22, 2012 4:04:24 PM

Hi

I would say the GTX570 is the fastest out of all three, although there's not much in it at all

Take a look at this comparison between the HD7850 and GTX570: http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/549?vs=518

Though the HD7850 does use less power and runs cooler if that's important to you

The GTX560 Ti 448 is slightly slower than the GTX570.

I'd go for the GTX 570 from MSI (Twin frozr III) due to its performance and decent cooler.
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May 22, 2012 4:20:30 PM

If you are brave and willing to save and spend a little more money. Get a GTX 670. Its a very nice card and fast.
May 22, 2012 4:24:29 PM

spookyman said:
If you are brave and willing to save and spend a little more money. Get a GTX 670. Its a very nice card and fast.


Buying a GTX 670 isn't really a better deal than the cards above... it's just spending more money to get more performance... it is not better from a price/performance standpoint.



Granted that's in USD, but I figure in the UK things aren't drastically different.
May 22, 2012 10:18:11 PM

spookyman said:
If you are brave and willing to save and spend a little more money. Get a GTX 670. Its a very nice card and fast.


Seeing how I run an i5 1155 I think that the card would cause allot of bottle-necking.
May 22, 2012 10:20:41 PM

One last thing, say I was to SLI the GTX570 MSI TwinFrozrIII would my PSU handle it with enough juice left to power a new i7 2700k?
May 22, 2012 10:45:09 PM

logical said:
One last thing, say I was to SLI the GTX570 MSI TwinFrozrIII would my PSU handle it with enough juice left to power a new i7 2700k?


Depends on the exact model of your PSU, but I'd say no. I wouldn't recommend it, even if the PSU could actually do it, as you would likely be pushing the PSU to 100%+ of its rated power draw, which isn't a great idea for long term use.
May 22, 2012 10:51:33 PM

Ok thanks!
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a c 117 U Graphics card
May 22, 2012 11:00:37 PM

logical said:
One last thing, say I was to SLI the GTX570 MSI TwinFrozrIII would my PSU handle it with enough juice left to power a new i7 2700k?

yes, that would be 316 total GPU power draw. but not with a average or junk psu.

http://www.kitguru.net/components/graphic-cards/zardon/...
your looking at needing a 45 amp 12 volts rail of continuous power . .
a b U Graphics card
May 22, 2012 11:02:17 PM

logical said:
Seeing how I run an i5 1155 I think that the card would cause allot of bottle-necking.


There is no i5 1155 that will be a bottleneck for any single graphics card made in gaming benchmarks.
i7 3820, i7 2700K, i5 2500K, i5 3570K, and the i5 2300 will all show similiar gaming benchmarks with a GTX 670. You'll see maybe 3-5 fps difference between them.
a b U Graphics card
May 22, 2012 11:02:58 PM

The HD7850 being more efficient may be a little better in Crossfire - again depending on your PSU.
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