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i found a couple of offers on craigslist for a used evga 670 ftw for 275 or a used 570 for 100
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  1. locke9342 said:
    i found a couple of offers on craigslist for a used evga 670 ftw for 275 or a used 570 for 100


    The performance boost is pretty big, a 570 for 100 bucks is a really good deal. Their both good cards and the 670 defiantly beats the 570, but the 100$ the 570 is a really good deal.

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/518?vs=598
  2. is the price gap worth it for the 670
  3. probably not. But the 570 is really going to be showing it's age next year. If it isn't the 2.5gb model, which I doubt it is. You will get a lot of ram bottlenecks.
  4. so should i get the 670
  5. locke9342 said:
    so should i get the 670


    If you have $$ you should, otherwise you'll be kicking yourself
    for not getting it in the next few weeks.

    Tom
  6. alright thanks for the advice im going to see if i can talk the person down a bit if not and i cant get the money ill get the 570 ive heard its not a bad card
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    locke9342 said:
    alright thanks for the advice im going to see if i can talk the person down a bit if not and i cant get the money ill get the 570 ive heard its not a bad card


    On an earlier thread the OP was ecstatic he could get a used 570 for $155,
    so either way I think you do well here.

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/598?vs=518

    if that helps
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  9. locke9342 said:
    alright thanks for the advice im going to see if i can talk the person down a bit if not and i cant get the money ill get the 570 ive heard its not a bad card


    If you're willing to wait and save up some more over the next few weeks. I would wait for the next 700/8000 series cards. 670 released at 499$ and I'm sure AMD's flagships will release cheaper than that. But yeah the 570 is not a bad card and to be honest if your planning on not buying another card for a couple more years then I would spend the extra money on the 670.
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