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nvidia gts450 1gb ddr5 v/s radeon hd 6770 1gb ddr5, which one should be better for intel core2duo E7400 @2.8 ghz and ddr2 motherboard (msi boston). screen resolution is 1366x768.
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  1. gts450 < 6770
  2. 6770 all the way
  3. 6770. I like to be sure people have the power supply for the card they are buying though.

    What power supply are you using?
  4. kimyeang88 said:
    gts450 < 6770

    are you telling this right or you a fan of radeon?
  5. 6770 is better. See if you can squeeze $20 more and get the 7770.

    7770 is faster than the 6770 and uses less power.
  6. BSNL said:
    are you telling this right or you a fan of radeon?

    Click the link in my first post and have a look at Tom's Graphics Card Hierarchy Chart. They spent alot of time putting things like this chart together to answer queries such as this.
  7. BSNL said:
    are you telling this right or you a fan of radeon?


    I come from experience saying that the 6770 is faster. I've sampled both.
  8. a little black duck said:
    Click the link in my first post and have a look at Tom's Graphics Card Hierarchy Chart. They spent alot of time putting things like this chart together to answer queries such as this.

    i didn't under stood that thing
  9. The 6770 is a rebadged 5770, you might as well get the 5770 as it will be cheaper.
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    BSNL said:
    i didn't under stood that thing

    It's really quite simple, on the left hand side are cards from nvidia, in the middle are radeon, with intel on the right hand side, the closer the card is to the top of the list, the better it is (in terms of performance). For example, the two cards you're refering to here, the gts450 is a tenth level card (it's in the tenth group from the top on the nvidia side) and its' amd equivalent would be HD 4850, HD 5750, HD 6750, HD 7750. Where as the HD6770 is a ninth level card and it's nvidia equivalent would be GTX 260, GTX 275, GTX 280, GTX 460 192-bit, GTX 460 SE, GTX 550 Ti, GTX 560 SE. Once upon a time, both of these cards were at or near the top, but as time goes by and new tech emerges they slowly get moved down. Hope that explains it.
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