Is GeForce GTX 560 SE compatible with my setup? Is it a good choice?

My current computer:

CPU: i5 3570k
Mobo: ASRock Z77 Extreme4
Old GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX+
RAM: Kingston 8GB
PSU: Raidmax 700w
HDD: 500GB Samsung by Seagate Spinpoint.

I'd really appreciate any help you guys could offer me.
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  1. Your max budget and resolution ?
  2. My price limit is around $150, but I'd prefer to pay a little less or a little more for a good deal.

    What do you mean by resolution? My computer screen's resolution? I'm running a dual-screen setup, a 19" and a 21" - I'm not home right now and I'm not sure of their exact specs.
  3. For that price you can get a 7850 1GB or if you want a little cheaper the 650 ti gtx and will be much better.
  4. djangoringo said:
    For that price you can get a 7850 1GB or if you want a little cheaper the 650 ti gtx and will be much better.


    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150617

    Is this compatible with my setup? I'll buy it now if so - it looks pretty good.
  5. I built a system like yours for a friend and used a GTX 560 SE and it runs great no problems and runs all the games he likes. The GTX560 SE was like $120, which fit his budget.
  6. get 550 ti 2gb evga for like 109 bucks from tigerdirect/compusa or 650 2gb evga superclocked with assassins creed 3 for 139.99 at tigerdirect/compusa
  7. Well bench here the cards

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU12/372

    And u will see that 6870 is the best for that price
  8. Please get a 7850. For your sake, for my mental health, please do it. I don't know why anyone is suggesting a low-end Nvidia card over a 7850; low-end Nvidia falls on the wrong side of the value curve, whereas the 7850 maximizes the value function.
  9. brosephmg said:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150617

    Is this compatible with my setup? I'll buy it now if so - it looks pretty good.


    Yes it's an excellent card and it will be compatible.

    However, just as prototype18 suggested, I'd be worried about the power supply. For the same price, you could have got the Corsair TX-650 v2 which has better components and solid reputation. I doubt that this Raidmax is as reliable and would really give you 700-Watt, I wouldn't push it too much, but for a single 7850 you should be ok.
  10. cuecuemore said:
    Please get a 7850. For your sake, for my mental health, please do it. I don't know why anyone is suggesting a low-end Nvidia card over a 7850; low-end Nvidia falls on the wrong side of the value curve, whereas the 7850 maximizes the value function.


    Because if he's not overclocking, the factory overclocked EVGA GTX 650 ti (1071mhz) at $180 or a mildly factory overclocked GTX 650 ti's (980mhzish core) at around $160 will outperform a stock clocked 7850 priced at $170-180???

    the only question is if he's ever going to overclock or pony up the extra $10+($195+) for the factory oced 7850......
  11. Well he said 150 $ Why considering 200$ GPU ? ? ?
  12. prototype18 said:
    Well he said 150 $ Why considering 200$ GPU ? ? ?


    well, for $150, the best is GTX 650 ti

    there would be no meaningless debate then :D
  13. brosephmg said:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150617

    Is this compatible with my setup? I'll buy it now if so - it looks pretty good.



    Yes, its compatible and its more powerful than a 6870 and has a lower power consumption, that psu will do for such card.
    In my opinion the best card within the price range, its like this 7850>6870>650 ti
  14. Not really what ? the sapphire ? i was not saying about brands only the 7850 vs other cards...
  15. Not to you -.-
  16. lol, you didn't quote anyone so i though that it was for me, by the way that 7850 sapphire is the best card there and less 1$ than the xfx, nice one.
  17. Srry about the quote. D: Didnt thought an1 would post that so fast !
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