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December 4, 2012 4:02:15 PM

Hi im new in the community so be nice LOL.

I actually have a geforce 470 gtx and i want to change it because its too noisy, I between 3 cards. Msi Ge Force N560gtx Twin Frozr Ii Oc Ddr5, Sapphire Radeon Hd 7870 Ghz Oc Edition 2gb or XFX Radeon 7850 1 Gb Ddr5 Core edition.

my pc is:
- phenom x6 1090T
- psu: power cooler 850W
- mother: 990fxa-ud5

thanks from your advice.

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December 4, 2012 4:39:12 PM

facuu92 said:
Hi im new in the community so be nice LOL.

I actually have a geforce 470 gtx and i want to change it because its too noisy, I between 3 cards. Msi Ge Force N560gtx Twin Frozr Ii Oc Ddr5, Sapphire Radeon Hd 7870 Ghz Oc Edition 2gb or XFX Radeon 7850 1 Gb Ddr5 Core edition.

my pc is:
- phenom x6 1090T
- psu: power cooler 850W
- mother: 990fxa-ud5

thanks from your advice.


Why choosing GTX 560 ti? You can get a GTX 660 which delivers better performance at same Price point.

GTX 660 is quite efficient when it comes to power Draw during gaming and also is very silent. http://www.anandtech.com/show/6276/nvidia-geforce-gtx-6... Only look at the noise and power Draw in this review, the benchmarks are too outdated because of the recent drivers that has been released.

GTX 660 is performance wise in the middle of Radeon 7850 and Radeon 7870.

GTX 660, Radeon 7850 or Radeon 7870 gets my vote.

All 3 GPUs are excellent for 1080p gaming, so you won't go wrong by choosing either one of them.

Good luck. :bounce: 
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December 4, 2012 4:41:40 PM

I would go for the Sapphire 7870. The fastest here and runs much cooler that the XFX 7850 or 7870.
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December 4, 2012 5:08:10 PM

thanks for the help the problem with the 660 is a little factor than i haven't mention before. Im from Argentina where is very hard to get the latest things thanks to our government. so the 660 here its much expensive than the 7850 or the 7870.

Just for the record a 7850 here cost about 480 usd :cry: 
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