7770 vs. 570

I am sorty of a noob when it comes to comapring GPUs, but my question is I can get a 7770 for 140 and I can get a 570 for 190. I heard that the 570s overheat a bit but I know the 7770 wont. Which is better and more bang for buck and do you know of any good PSUs that can handle them for cheap/
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  1. The 570 is a stronger card and I think it would be worth it for $50 more. Alternatively, you can go for a 7850. It has similar performance to the 570 and costs a little less. Should run cooler too.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202004

    For the power supply you should take a look at this corsair cx 600w. Its on sale right now. Good enough for that card.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139028
  2. Azn Cracker got everything right. Just get a 7850 instead of a GTX570. It performs quite similar to the 570 but consumes far less power. For psu, CX500 is also good in case you missed the deal
  3. There is a twin frozr II 560 ti on sale for 148 dollars. Should I buy this instead of a 7850 for 200 dollars?
    I will be playing games like Battlefield and Farcry on medium to high settings on a small monitior
  4. RobotChinchilla said:
    There is a twin frozr II 560 ti on sale for 148 dollars. Should I buy this instead of a 7850 for 200 dollars?
    I will be playing games like Battlefield and Farcry on medium to high settings on a small monitior

    A 560 ti for $150 is a great deal of performance for the money however it will not keep pace with the slightly more expensive 7850.

    Edit get this card instead of the 560 ti - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150642
  5. ndslite said:

    Why the hell get a 7850 with only 1gb for $180 when the cheapest 2gb model is only 4 more dollars LOL.
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