Some suggestions!!!

i have a Samsung 22'' monitor..its 3yrs old...was going to upgrade my system..so thaought would buy a 27 samsung..
the problem is with a 27'' i have to buy 7870...and if i keep my old monitor..i can go for gtx680..what should i do!!!
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  1. Either of those cards will drive either monitor OK. Don't worry. Just buy the one you like the best....
  2. zdbc13 is right.

    I personally would get the 27" monitor and a 7870 to start. Provided, if the 27" monitor is 1080p because if it's higher than 1080p, you might need to look at a 7950 or higher to get enjoyable frame rate and image quality.
  3. if you have the money, you can always upgrade, but i don t think you would lose much if you stood to your original 22". It depends on your budget
  4. with 27'' i can even get 660ti or 7950..
  5. then get either a 660ti or 7950.
  6. cool!!!
  7. will crysis 3 play better on the 660ti or 7950???
  8. crysis 3 will play best with a gtx680
  9. zdbc13 said:
    crysis 3 will play best with a gtx680


    That doesn't really answer the question...
  10. I was just looking at all the cards you have mentioned. I know it's probably too expensive. The 7950 is supposed to overclock better but both cards are good.
  11. zdbc13 said:
    crysis 3 will play best with a gtx680

    haha,,,cheers
  12. I have a 2560x1440 monitor and a Sapphire 7870. They work fine together. My card overclocks to 1200/1200 on stock voltage and I get 40-60 fps in Borderlands 2 maxed out (except physx). My point is no, you do not need a 7950 or higher for 2560x1440.
  13. wanderer11 said:
    I have a 2560x1440 monitor and a Sapphire 7870. They work fine together. My card overclocks to 1200/1200 on stock voltage and I get 40-60 fps in Borderlands 2 maxed out (except physx). My point is no, you do not need a 7950 or higher for 2560x1440.

    nice info!!!
  14. Yeah, a 7870 will be just fine....
  15. bunnycool said:
    nice info!!!


    Keep in mind I am overclocking quite a bit.
  16. Well then, back to my original 7950 suggestion....
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