Solved Wich card for my setup would be a good performance/price ratio Tags: Graphics Cards Graphics Product Last response: October 14, 2012 3:57 AM in Graphics & Displays Share malakhov October 13, 2012 1:08:40 AM APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: Now until black friday BUDGET: $100-200 CAD USAGE: Gaming [Diablo 3, Guild Wars 2 and MMORPGs] CURRENT GPU AND POWER SUPPLY: None so far, just built the computer, using the intel hd 2500 now meanwhile, 530 Watts rosewill green power supply OTHER RELEVANT SYSTEM SPECS: I5 3570 cpu, asrock b75m-gl motherboard, 8 gig ram PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: Anything available in canadie ie: newegg, ncix etc.. OVERCLOCKING: No MONITOR RESOLUTION: 1360x768 for now, new monitor maybe someday More about : wich card setup good performance price ratio malakhov October 13, 2012 1:38:41 AM Since I have such a low res, would this at 109.99$ after rebates be a good choice: http://www.ncix.com/products/?sku=72479&vpn=R7770-PMD1G... Or I should go for a 7850/7870 on black friday? m 0 l greghome October 13, 2012 5:41:38 AM Well, the games you play aren't demanding, plus the HD7770 is a rather powerful card for what it is, and OC'es like a god. I'd get the HD7770 and use the rest of the cash to get a Full HD Display. m 0 l Related resources Am I at a good performance/price ratio? - Forum Is this a good graphic card performance to price ratio? - Forum Wich graphics card would be good? - Forum Is this a good gaming set-up? Opinions on which graphics card and motherboard? - Forum What's a good sound card for this setup? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer malakhov October 13, 2012 1:03:15 PM But will the 7770 lasts me a while? If it means spending 110$ on a card and having to replace it sooner than latter or spending 180$ now and not having to upgrade for years to come then id get a higher end card. m 0 l malakhov October 13, 2012 1:41:18 PM Yeah i looked and thinking of getting a new hd display and a 7770. In that price rsnge the 7770 is my best bet? I know someone selling a gtx 460 for 60$. Better deal than a 110$ 7770? m 0 l greghome October 13, 2012 1:50:47 PM the 460 is on par with the 7770, but TDP is about double, so more heat, less OC headroom and the power consumption could be about twice as much as well. But for USD60, about half the price, I'd get it get a Fulll HD monitor and get a better card after a while or when u become unsatisfied with it m 0 l malakhov October 13, 2012 6:23:44 PM Thought it was 60$ but it's 75$, oh well, still worth it right? 75$ on a gtx 460 and the rest on a hd display. My computer desk won't allow me to get that much of a bigger screen though, maybe a 21 inch... m 0 l Best solution dscudella a b U Graphics card October 13, 2012 7:01:35 PM The 7000 series from AMD are the current gen cards. They will last you awhile. the rumors are the 8000 series will be out in February, so about 4 months away IF the rumors are true. The 7770 is a good card and does OC very well like greghome said. Here's the comparison benchmarks of the two head to head. Visual comparison of overall performance...VERY close. For the price, get the GTX 460 unless you really want to drop more coin on a better card. Share malakhov October 14, 2012 3:57:23 AM Thanks, will buy the gtx 460 for 75$ with a new HD display m 0 l malakhov October 14, 2012 3:57:31 AM Best answer selected by Malakhov. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhat processor will be good enough to not bottleneck my graphics card setup? Forum SolvedWhat is a good card (around $150-ish) for this setup? Forum SolvedWill this PC setup be good for gaming until I get more ram and a better graphics card later. Forum SolvedIs my setup good and what graphics card do I use? Forum SolvedWhat is a good video card for my setup? Forum is this a good setup? and What wifi card should i get?? Forum Need help picking a good card setup. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !