Gtx twin frozr OC or radeon hd 7870??

please, help me!!!
gtx 660 twin frozr OC or radeon hd 7870?? those are final cards for my budget...
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  1. If its just for gaming, I would go with the 7870. If you use software that takes advantage of CUDA, then go with the 660.
  2. TareHz1 said:
    please, help me!!!
    gtx 660 twin frozr OC or radeon hd 7870?? those are final cards for my budget...


    Are you going to overclock at all? If so the radeon 7870 would be am excellent choice and if you overclock the 7870 you can get par performance with the 7950
  3. maestro0428 said:
    If its just for gaming, I would go with the 7870. If you use software that takes advantage of CUDA, then go with the 660.

    i go only for gaming, but gtx 660 twin frozr oc has phisx tech. and i consider that as an advantage...but, thank you for answer...
  4. TareHz1 said:
    i go only for gaming, but gtx 660 twin frozr oc has phisx tech. and i consider that as an advantage...but, thank you for answer...


    Amd has eyeinfinity
  5. hbeduryan818 said:
    Amd has eyeinfinity

    and that is???
  6. hbeduryan818 said:
    Amd has eyeinfinity

    Nvidia has 2D Surround Vision and 3D Surround Vision. :kaola:
  7. Mousemonkey said:
    Nvidia has 2D Surround Vision and 3D Surround Vision. :kaola:


    No one cares :o
  8. TareHz1 said:
    and that is???

    Badly implemented multi monitor gaming judging by the number of threads I've seen asking how to get it working.
  9. hbeduryan818 said:
    No one cares :o

    The same kind of no ones who don't care about Eyefinity?
  10. Gotta love how he didn't even spell eyefinity (eyeinfinity lol) right, some people are clueless. :)

    Anyway you can't really go wrong with either of those cards. Nvidia has more features and both cards perform pretty close to the same at 1080p (7870 slightly higher than 660).
  11. Derza10 said:
    Gotta love how he didn't even spell eyefinity (eyeinfinity lol) right, some people are clueless. :)

    Anyway you can't really go wrong with either of those cards. Nvidia has more features and both cards perform pretty close to the same at 1080p (7870 slightly higher than 660).

    Some people are also on holiday... :whistle:
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