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Old 12-04-12, 08:45 AM
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hi im on the look out for a new gfx card and im torn between the 560ti 448 and the hd 7850 2gig ,i mainly play bf3 and some wow,which would you guys go for between the two

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Old 12-04-12, 09:07 AM
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I would go with the 7850 , since they have 2gb of vram and it is cheaper then the 560 ti 448 .

The 7870 could be a nice option too but costs a bit more then a 560 ti 448.

That just my opinion , so you should wait a bit and get some advise from the more experimented members !

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Old 12-04-12, 09:21 AM
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I personally would say get a GTX 570 over the 560ti 448 Core, you can get a 570 in some cases below £200...

You need to remember the 448 core version of the 560Ti is just a baby step towards a GTX 570 with only £10 - £20 between getting the 570...

I honestly have not looked into much with the new 7000 series so I won't say anything about them! :')

Gainward Phantom GTX 570 £194.58 ----> http://www.waeplus.co.uk/product/223...Phantom---1280

Which is (From what I can see) the same price range as the 560Ti 448
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^^^^^this
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I would go with the 7850 , since they have 2gb of vram and it is cheaper then the 560 ti 448 .

The 7870 could be a nice option too but costs a bit more then a 560 ti 448.

That just my opinion , so you should wait a bit and get some advise from the more experimented members !

Cheers bro !
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Old 13-04-12, 04:56 PM
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i was having a similar problem. but the 'normal' 560 ti. i worked out that an oc 560ti with 4 hours a day gaming would cost £35 more a year to power than the 7850 oc!!

even tho the 7850 is £40 more, in just over a year it will pay the difference itself.
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i was having a similar problem. but the 'normal' 560 ti. i worked out that an oc 560ti with 4 hours a day gaming would cost £35 more a year to power than the 7850 oc!!

even tho the 7850 is £40 more, in just over a year it will pay the difference itself.
now thats taking it to a level most dont consider when purchasing a card lol I'd say 570 as well but if only 2 options I'd go 560ti 448
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7870 for sure. Supports DX11.1 if that interest you at all.
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cheers for the imput guys,i think a 570 is what im gonna go for
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