I Haven't seen any comparisons of these 2 cards, and the comparisons I can find aren't of these 2 specific cards. Most the other comparisons I can find of the stock versions state that they are close to the same performance and to just purchase the cheaper one. Looking at the streaming cores and memory clock, I'm not entirely sure that fits this situation the same.
I would say that they are very similar in performance, the Nvidia card is clocked higher, but the AMD card has a considerably superior memory bus. They are about the same price, I would go for the AMD card if you have higher resolutions as they perform better when it comes to that with crossfire.
Oh wow, I had been away for a while waiting on replies. I figured they were pretty close, also I usually lean more towards Nvidia anyway just because I know how to work with them a little better. Question though, what's wrong with my power supply?
read some of the customer feedbacks, and you'll start noticing words like "sparks", "bangs", "fried systems" and "smoke" etc...
Ah, I see that now. I suppose I've been lucky all this time. I see the power supply that was recommended for me but wouldn't I need more than 550 watts for the setup. Especially if i get a graphics card that's pulling more power?
Xfx Core Edition Pro 650W for 64$ On newegg. Its a great deal . If u have more budget tell me so i can give u another juice
I'm always set for saving money honestly. I don't plan on SLIing the card with another one at any point and my processor is as overclocked as I need it to be. Looks good to me, and thank you for your help.