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Give Me This Answer "No bullcrap"

What is the best graphics cards that is Under $250?

Cut the stupid details PSU isn't a issue and case airflow inst a issue

Give me one answer for a 3 screen display - any resolution

Give me one answer for a 1 screen display - any resolution

Give me one answer for future Crossfire or SLI
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  1. What power supply?
  2. What resolution?
  3. What keyboard do you have?
  4. how many fans?
  5. Could you tell the amperes on the +12V rail ?
  6. Preferred color for the card ?

    I like green, with copper piping !
  7. stop trolling this is a serious question..."what keyboard"....T_T
    The Power supply doesnt matter give me the most power hungry card ever or give me the coolest i dont care just give me what crossfires, what supports 1 screen, and what supports 3. Any resolution you like or think is good T_______T

    If a under $300 card wont work for 3 screens on 1900x1200 just change the resolution to what ever a card under 300 can handle the next best resolution
  8. Last generation, the answer I woulda given would be easy .... the 900 Mhz 560 Ti's got killer OC's, scaled phenomenally and wound up outselling everything .... more 560 Ti's were sold than all AMD cards over $200 combined.

    This generation it's less clear cut and, as presented, your question is not answerable ..... resolution matters. At $300 - $330 for example, I'd pick a 660 Ti at 1920 x 1200 but a 7950 at 2560 x 1600.

    No card under $250 can do much w/ 3 screens at 1920 x 1200 and higher.

    I can't imagine a 3 screen setup at lower resolutions
  9. "No Bullcrap"
  10. 1) None
    2) Any
    3) GTX 990 in 2018
  11. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150549

    you could save $10 if you go to sapphire. I like the XFX for the life time warranty. I run 2 of them. its sick.

    Also, what type of chair do you have ;)
  12. The best card for the money right now is no doubt the HD7850/7870. 2GB 7850's are running $189 after rebate. 7870's are running as low as $229 after rebate.
  13. geekapproved said:
    7870's are running as low as $229 after rebate.


    I thought you were full of it until I checked newegg's prices on the HD 7870s. I thought I was getting a good deal for an overclocked 7870 at $270 a couple of weeks ago. At $230, I don't think there's a better performing card for the price.
  14. Dont be cheap and buy a GTX 660 ti for $300, and you will get the performance of a $400 card.
  15. geekapproved said:
    The best card for the money right now is no doubt the HD7850/7870. 2GB 7850's are running $189 after rebate. 7870's are running as low as $229 after rebate.

    What if you don't want an Radeon? what's the Nvidia option?
  16. 1) 7870 with lowered details in some demanding games, especially at higher resolutions.
    2) 7870
    3) Both are fine, but crossfire is a little more flexible while sli is a little more stable.
  17. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127682
    GTX 570 $250 or $230 after a $20 rebate for a single monitor...
    Nothing at that price range will handle triple monitors well.
    A GTX 660 Ti is your best bet on the Nvidia side

    The sarcastic answers came because of your pushy, rude way of asking the question. It is offensive when you dispespect someone that is doing you a favor for you.

    BTW acrylic acts as an insulator. That is why your case is going to heat up internally. Also the crummy PSU you got is going to fail on you... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817152028
  18. axsmith234 said:
    What is the best graphics cards that is Under $250?

    Cut the stupid details PSU isn't a issue and case airflow inst a issue

    Give me one answer for a 3 screen display - any resolution

    Give me one answer for a 1 screen display - any resolution

    Give me one answer for future Crossfire or SLI


    I would go with an AMD 7850 or a cheap reference 7870 since the performance of both cards is great and I think Eyeinfinity is better than Nvidia Surround
  19. geekapproved said:
    The best card for the money right now is no doubt the HD7850/7870. 2GB 7850's are running $189 after rebate. 7870's are running as low as $229 after rebate.



    I doubt it.
  20. geekapproved said:
    The best card for the money right now is no doubt the HD7850/7870. 2GB 7850's are running $189 after rebate. 7870's are running as low as $229 after rebate.


    Anonymous said:
    I doubt it.



    Well currently looking to maybe get this 7870 at $239
  21. My vote goes to GTX 660 ti. That's what I would have gotten if I could afford it.
  22. Manors, tact, and less attitude will be to your advantage next time you ask a question. You are not paying anybody - stop demanding like you are.
    -Bruce
  23. dish_moose said:
    Manors, tact, and less attitude will be to your advantage next time you ask a question. You are not paying anybody - stop demanding like you are.
    -Bruce


    +1 :sol:
  24. So right.

    Though i find "who ate the last cookie" also a bit demanding and maybe even frightening. :heink:
  25. No worries - I'm old and forgetful - I ate it. ;-)
    -Bruce
    Edit: And you find mine scary??
  26. Guys how are you giving him all these suggestions without knowing the kind of mouse he's using first?
  27. Nietzsche once described "Bullcrap" as a question within a riddle. It is wise to become one with the space that surrounds oneself before the idea of self-actualization can be realized..
  28. Ahhh, a true philosophizer! :P

    You've learned well grasshoppa
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