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August 3, 2012 2:57:33 PM

Hello,

My name is Rajat.
I am currently having

I5-3550 Ivy bridge clocked @ 3.30Ghz turbo boost upto 3.70 Ghz
4 Gb Ram
Asus 550 W PSU
Intel HD 2500 Graphics
One X16 Pce express slot for Graphic card
Intel Motherboard H77 Design
LG Display 1600 x 900 resolution with a screen size of 20(50.8 cms)

I want to play in (Single Player mode)crysis 3, halo 4, Diablo 3, Assasins Creed 3 and other high end games with high or max graphics setting with no glitch. However not interested in playing online via steam or something else

Earlier I have planned to buy Zotac Gtx 560 ti OC Edition or may be Amp Edition which is costing me around Rs 15,000 or so. I even looked at Gigabyte 7850 Power edition which is costing me around Rs 18000. According to rumors Gtx 660 with be out in market soon.

However now I am little confused as I wanted to know:

1) Will Gtx 560 ti support High end games based on upcoming Unreal Engine 4 and cryengine 3?

2) Will Gtx 560 ti support DirectX 12 in near future?

3) My budget is Rs 14000 only, so should i save some more to buy 660 or may be 7850 is worth for single display at 1600 x 900 resolution?

4) Is Gtx 560 ti will be good for long run; at least 4 years to be more precise, coz I wanted to play games at high settings without upgrading card further?

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August 3, 2012 3:31:02 PM

I have used several AMD/ATI cards over the years and all had buggy drivers, hence I use only Nvidia who also have bugs occasionally but at least they fix them. A word to the wise.
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August 3, 2012 3:49:13 PM

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Will Gtx 560 ti support High end games based on upcoming Unreal Engine 4 and cryengine 3?


Semi pointless to ask. If you can't afford anything better then it doesn't matter what it can support. It should run them rather well. But you'll probably not be able to max them out.

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Will Gtx 560 ti support DirectX 12 in near future?


I haven't heard anything about DX12. It might be like DX10 to DX11 in which case you'll be fine. I'm guessing yes, but you never know.

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My budget is Rs 14000 only, so should i save some more to buy 660 or may be 7850 is worth for single display at 1600 x 900 resolution?


I thought you said the GTX560TI was 15k? I doubt the 660TI will be less then the 7850. Nvidia doesn't price their cards low. If the 7850 is 18k, then the 660TI will be 20K+. Considering price and performance a GTX560TI for 15k isn't a bad deal at all.

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Is Gtx 560 ti will be good for long run; at least 4 years to be more precise, coz I wanted to play games at high settings without upgrading card further?


Four years? Not maxed no. It will look good and most things will be high. But you won't be maxed out in all games 4 years from now. I'd bet the GTX560TI has issues with some current games like Metro or Crysis. Going back to my first point this is something you'll need to accept. You'll be able to run it, it will look good, but it won't be maxed. Nothing you can do about it. At least with current budget.

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I have used several AMD/ATI cards over the years and all had buggy drivers


Riiiiiight. I had no issues with my 5750. Excepting CF, ATI "buggy drivers" are (mostly) a thing of the past. Might be an issue here or there with a new game, but they do get fixed as well.
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August 3, 2012 4:17:19 PM

rajatdb24 said:

1) Will Gtx 560 ti support High end games based on upcoming Unreal Engine 4 and cryengine 3?
Yes, it's likely to support UE4 and CE3 games well.

2) Will Gtx 560 ti support DirectX 12 in near future?
No, it's a DX11 card.

3) My budget is Rs 14000 only, so should i save some more to buy 660 or may be 7850 is worth for single display at 1600 x 900 resolution?
For that resolution, either a GTX560Ti or a HD 7850 would be more than enough, since those cards are basically 1080p cards.

4) Is Gtx 560 ti will be good for long run; at least 4 years to be more precise, coz I wanted to play games at high settings without upgrading card further?
4 years is quite a long time, and there's no telling how much game graphics could change or become demanding then. You're likely to be able to play at low or mid during that time, with a 4-5 year old cards.
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August 3, 2012 8:20:03 PM

I suggest increase your budget a little more to 16k and try to get the ASUS 560ti direct cuII. it has 2 fans n also a great cooling system. That way your pc with stay cool and quiet as well.
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