HD 6970 Vs. GTX 570

I watched a Vdieo card comparison video of LinusTechTips and the GTX 570 (at an average of 58 FPS) and the HD 6970 (at an average of 64.2FPS) came close to each other and what I want to ask is:

What card is better Money Vs. Performance?
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  1. neither card is worth the money anymore unless you get a good deal used. should be looking at 650 ti/660 or 7850/7870
  2. Here have a look at these

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU12/398

    You can try and find what games you would be playing and go from there. Can't really give you a money vs performance as I don't know what you're paying.
  3. 6970 is an outdated card and so as GTX570 and niether of these cards gives a good price performance ratio.

    Get yourself a Radeon HD7*** series graphic card
    => Probably HD7870 tahiti LE
    => Better then rest of competition in its catagory

    You'll get your self a topper in the list of Price vs Performance
  4. sanilmahambre said:
    6970 is an outdated card and so as GTX570 and niether of these cards gives a good price performance ratio.

    Get yourself a Radeon HD7*** series graphic card
    => Probably HD7870 tahiti LE
    => Better then rest of competition in its catagory

    You'll get your self a topper in the list of Price vs Performance



    I did some more research and I'm probably going for the HD7970
  5. Hugo R said:
    I did some more research and I'm probably going for the HD7970

    You are gonna get the best GPU in th world like me!

    Go for Sapphire non vaporX :love:
  6. best gpu for gaming, yes, and price per performance, oh yeah. but overall best consumer gnu in the world overall, no.. not by a long shot
  7. The only few better are the 690, 7990 and the 7970 ARES II.
  8. don't be so specific buddy
  9. bishopi5 said:
    omg idiots, 680 its best single gpu in the world. 7970 ghz only wins "Bang for your Buck". Sigh why do i bother

    Fanboyish? Benchmarks don't lie.
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