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February 10, 2013 10:09:12 PM

hey guyz hie.....

just completed my rig, aprox. 3 weeks before smile.gif

my configuration is -
Processor :- Intel i7-3770k
RAM :- G.Skill ripjawx (2x4 Gb) @1600Mhz
Motherboard :- Asrock z77 extreme 6
SSD :- COZ Vertex (120Gb )
HDD :- 2TB WD caviar


so which GPU is best for me ?? i mean the most suitable ?? rolleyes.gif

i have heard frm my friends that nvidia is best ..... as it as PHYSIX function

so i searched a lot & came to a conclusion that Gtx 670 is gud for me & my budget too... tongue.gif

now the only thing that confusing me is...

which BRAND should i get for me ....
1. Asus
2. Gigabyte
3. ZOTAC
4. Evga
5. MSI


i not only need suggestion , bt i need full suggestion ... like WHY to choose , the PROS & CONS
of all the products listed
& which am to which am yet unknown...

full detail is must important!!!

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February 11, 2013 5:27:28 AM

1) Don't get an i7. The only difference between it and an i5-3570k is that the i7 has hyperthreading, which games either don't use, or get worse performance than if it were off.

As for the GPU, I'd get either a 670 or a 7950. If you want a 670, it comes down to this: Do you want to overclock?

If you don't, then the EVGA FTW (plain FTW, not + or LE) is by far the best option - it has high stocks, sufficient cooling, and a bloody amazing warranty.
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February 11, 2013 5:32:41 AM

DarkSable said:
1) Don't get an i7. The only difference between it and an i5-3570k is that the i7 has hyperthreading, which games either don't use, or get worse performance than if it were off.

As for the GPU, I'd get either a 670 or a 7950. If you want a 670, it comes down to this: Do you want to overclock?

If you don't, then the EVGA FTW (plain FTW, not + or LE) is by far the best option - it has high stocks, sufficient cooling, and a bloody amazing warranty.




+1

smile.gif....lol

latley msi is a stay away brand....ya gotta give them your firstborn for a warrenty....ie" ya gotta give them too much personal information for a mailing list"
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a b U Graphics card
February 11, 2013 5:36:55 AM

1. First of all, what is the purpose of your build? With this we can give you more advice for e.g. better processor and gpu, etc.

2. With that build, you would want a 7950/7970/670 depends on your budget. with regards picking between amd/nvidia, it would probably comes down to your choice and if you need physx. People would tell you to go 670 or some will tell you to go 7970, this would just start brand war/debate again. :lol: 

3.With regards to brands, same thing, It will comes down to your choice.. Most brands has advantages on some areas, like, EVGA for support, ASUS for cooling and noise, Sapphire for quality, MSI and gigabyte balance of cooling and noise and quality. and etc. It will all comes down to your brand preference, because most people would recommend you cards. e.g, "hey man, go with asus, I had one and cooling is great". and " hey man, go with msi, I had one and overclocks great". I think this would be my opinion. Just go with the cheaper one but known brand. like the ones you listed. *wink*
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February 11, 2013 5:42:51 AM

yes! msi has had some great successes with overclocking...but. some horrible duds and experiences...read the msi 650ti responses in newegg....horror stories
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February 11, 2013 8:16:02 AM

admbautista said:
1. First of all, what is the purpose of your build? With this we can give you more advice for e.g. better processor and gpu, etc.

2. With that build, you would want a 7950/7970/670 depends on your budget. with regards picking between amd/nvidia, it would probably comes down to your choice and if you need physx. People would tell you to go 670 or some will tell you to go 7970, this would just start brand war/debate again. :lol: 

3.With regards to brands, same thing, It will comes down to your choice.. Most brands has advantages on some areas, like, EVGA for support, ASUS for cooling and noise, Sapphire for quality, MSI and gigabyte balance of cooling and noise and quality. and etc. It will all comes down to your brand preference, because most people would recommend you cards. e.g, "hey man, go with asus, I had one and cooling is great". and " hey man, go with msi, I had one and overclocks great". I think this would be my opinion. Just go with the cheaper one but known brand. like the ones you listed. *wink*


thanks a lot for the USEFUL info. i mean VERY USEFUL ... :love: 


now am willing to buy an MSI/Gigabyte Gtx 670

is it okay guyz ??? :heink: 

bcoz i want gud cooling with great performance ;)  with comperatively low noise :whistle: 


& thanks again for the information dear :love: 


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February 18, 2013 12:58:36 PM

Best answer selected by dattagiri99k.
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