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Here we go with some rigg improvement.

alright, here's my new stuff i've just received/bought

i5 3750k
Gigabyte z77x-UD3H
8GB Jigsaws (2x4gb) 1600mhz
CM690 II advanced
coolmaster GX 650w

also i have bought a Crucial M4 64GB just to put my OS and games
here's my question i'm wondering what would be the best GPU i could run with this setup at a reasonable price (150-200$)
I have been searching around the gtx560 but their's soooo many variances and brand prices go almost from 130 to 300$, im really confused about it.
i am doing right looking for gtx560? if you guys could show me some links of actual deals from newegg it would be GREAAAT(my ssd is in the cart waiting for theGPU to get ordered) !! but if it worth to get it from another dealer i wouldnt mind.

thanks alot guys!
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  1. You should actually get this card, it's the most powerful within your budget range:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161405

    Also, about GTX 560: there are four different versions of it: GTX 560 SE, GTX 560, GTX 560 Ti, and GTX 560 Ti 448. Although their names are similar, that's about all about their similarity. Their performance is ascending in the order I mentioned them and they are all totally different cards.
  2. HIS is a fine brand. If you want a slightly better version of that card, check out Sapphire's: it's $10 more, and its dual fans will get you a cooler and quieter card.
  3. humm. im a little consern with the brand, first time i heard about it .... and reviews aren't really helping neither
  4. HIS is a decent brand for Radeon HD cards. They don't manufacture Geforce cards though. Also, don't trust customer reviews. They are inaccurate. Check this out instead:

    http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4798/his_radeon_hd_7850_iceq_x_turbox_2gb_in_crossfire_video_card_review/index1.html
  5. Best answer
    These GPU's will serve you well:

    SAPPHIRE 11188-22-20G Radeon HD 6950 2GB $199
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102987

    MSI N560GTX-Ti-M2D1GD5/OC GeForce GTX 560 Ti $199
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127616
  6. They are both decent, but for that price you can get HD 7850 which is 20% faster than both of them.
  7. Ya I agree, I have the 7850 in my pc. Newegg shows the price at $209 -
  8. Check the link above which I gave ;).
  9. another concern i have is my psu going to be able to run the 7850?
  10. It should be able to. HD 7850 uses less power than all the GTX 560 versions.
  11. am i mistaken or all the review you posted is talking about crossfired hd 7850 compared to signle gpu's? i didnt read really exept the couple of last pages and the last one of course.
  12. I'm retarded. Sorry :D. Here's the article for single card:

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/his-radeon-hd-7850-iceqx-turbox-review/
  13. i am really hesitating on this product sunius you really caught me off guard i with this HIS Gpu... i really dont wanna deal with some defect. problem or whatever ahhhhhh
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