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August 17, 2012 4:56:51 AM

i was gonna get the GIGABYTE GTX 670 $399

but the EVGA GTX 670 is $30 off at $369

or is $20 on top of 399 worth it for the performance of the ASUS 670 CU II Top at $420?

although i could save more money and get the GIGABYTE GTX 660 Ti $319 + shipping

i was going to wait towards the end of the year to see if there were going to be a price drop..
but the EVGA 670 with that discount seems to be a faster route..

Newegg has a deal which includes Borderlands 2 which each card, except the EVGA 670 due to $30 promo

i want one that could last the longest as well.. carry over for when i switch to intel
i got an 4.0GHz OC Phenom II x4 955 currently..

should worry about bottlenecking with the AMD ?

what would you do?

im stalling here..

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a b U Graphics card
August 17, 2012 6:05:27 AM

You might notice a more frames per second with the $420 but the $370 is a really good deal for a 670. That is probably the best value out of all your options right now. I would go with the $370 670 or the 660ti.
a c 110 U Graphics card
August 17, 2012 6:16:54 AM

EVGA is the best choice.
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a c 185 U Graphics card
August 17, 2012 1:11:36 PM

I would go with the 660 Ti and save some money, I have seen much reviews and I think the difference 660 Ti and the 670 is not very substantial, except in higher settings. Max about 20% slower. But, the 660 Ti can be bought $100 less.

EDIT: Just found a 7970 for $420, with a 12% discount? maybe you should also take a loot at this? It trade blows with 680 so it could be a good option too.
a b U Graphics card
August 17, 2012 4:56:07 PM

I think the evga 670 is the best option. If it is only 370 it is the best value of any of the ones you listed.
August 24, 2012 9:29:03 PM

well that deal is over.. but im probably just gonna save up money and in a couple months, purchase a 670. that way i get to compare it to the 660s.. im really diggin that GIGABYTE cooler. but if MSI ever did a 670 twin frozr thatd be something to get.

September 6, 2012 7:14:57 PM

Best answer selected by thejamiel.