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    I'm planning to buy a new GPU & PSU in January 2016. My budget is 39K.
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    I don't want to buy AMD. So, suggest me the best nVidia GPU... and PSU too if possible.
    I know you guys might suggest to get the GTX 970... but it's got that 3.5GB vRAM issue... and I was thinking to get a 4GB card. So, I wanna know your opinions.

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    GTX 970 + Seasonic SI2 520w bronze. OR R9 390 + Seasonic SI2 620w bronze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    I'm planning to buy a new GPU & PSU in January 2016. My budget is 39K.
    My config:
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    I don't want to buy AMD. So, suggest me the best nVidia GPU... and PSU too if possible.
    I know you guys might suggest to get the GTX 970... but it's got that 3.5GB vRAM issue... and I was thinking to get a 4GB card. So, I wanna know your opinions.
    At your budget, the best card would be a 970. Though it's a 3.5GB one, it's far far far ... ... ... better than a 960 4GB.

    This part is necessary if you are going to use DSR/VSR. I am already hitting 3-3.5 GB VRAM in Fallout 4 at 1440p (yes, I have some mods installed). But, as more and more 4K textures are coming, I think my decision to buy the 390 has paid off. I can swear I saw as far as 3.8GB usage in some areas of the game and I did not hit any major performance hitch so far. Minimum FPS is stable well above 40 and I am averaging at 55-60 (I use FRTC, so no clue if it was higher). Again, if you don't plan to use DSR/VSR, and not much interested in modded games, Just Go For the 970. Don't worry about that VRAM.

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    Gigabyte GTX G1 970 4G, can't help with the psu

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    @kaziishan I just can't trust amd cause I've heard from many people that their amd cards got burnt. As amd gets hotter and needs more power comparing to nvidia I think it has shorter lifespan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    @kaziishan I just can't trust amd cause I've heard from many people that their amd cards got burnt. As amd gets hotter and needs more power comparing to nvidia I think it has shorter lifespan.
    Then you should not buy AMD. AMD gpus are not built for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Then you should not buy AMD. AMD gpus are not built for you.
    Please don't mind bro. I'm sorry if I said something you didn't like. I'm just sharing my thoughts

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    Please don't mind bro. I'm sorry if I said something you didn't like. I'm just sharing my thoughts
    Just saying, nvidia is easy to use. So, you should go for nvidia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    @kaziishan I just can't trust amd cause I've heard from many people that their amd cards got burnt. As amd gets hotter and needs more power comparing to nvidia I think it has shorter lifespan.
    I have used AMD/ATI cards all my life, (except in my first system, i think). Non of my GPUs ever got burnt. I have 10yr old GPU in a 10yr old system still running fine. Its true that current gen of AMD cards run hotter and requires more power than Nvidia, so theoretically AMD cards should have a shorter lifespan. But in practice thats not the case. How long a GPU will last depends on the user and a bit on luck. A gpu won't last long whether its AMD or Nvidia on the hands of a NOOB. And they will always find some reason to put the blame on, instead of blaming on their ignorance.

    All that said at you current budget I think its best GPU is GTX 970. If u truely want 4GB of Vram then you will have to buy GTX980 which is quite expensive or try to get R9 390 along with a powerful CPU. For 900p monitor you won't need more than 2.5GB of Vram ever. So you will never feel the vram issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    @kaziishan I just can't trust amd cause I've heard from many people that their amd cards got burnt. As amd gets hotter and needs more power comparing to nvidia I think it has shorter lifespan.
    Come on! How many years are you planning on using the same card? You're system will be out of date before your graphics card dies.

    However, it's true that nvidia has much more efficient card than amd. Just what I said previously, if you are not planning to use VSR/DSR at 1440p, go for the 970. VRAM won't be an issue. Even, 1080p could be a good choice for you instead of 900p.

    Off Topic: In my case, using VSR at 1440p yielded far better results than using anti-aliasing. It looks less blurry but pixels are smoother than anti-aliasing. And, it does not effect the FPS that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Come on! How many years are you planning on using the same card? You're system will be out of date before your graphics card dies.

    However, it's true that nvidia has much more efficient card than amd. Just what I said previously, if you are not planning to use VSR/DSR at 1440p, go for the 970. VRAM won't be an issue. Even, 1080p could be a good choice for you instead of 900p.

    Off Topic: In my case, using VSR at 1440p yielded far better results than using anti-aliasing. It looks less blurry but pixels are smoother than anti-aliasing. And, it does not effect the FPS that much.
    AMD vsr is even better than nvidia dsr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    I'm planning to buy a new GPU & PSU in January 2016. My budget is 39K.
    My config:
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    I don't want to buy AMD. So, suggest me the best nVidia GPU... and PSU too if possible.
    I know you guys might suggest to get the GTX 970... but it's got that 3.5GB vRAM issue... and I was thinking to get a 4GB card. So, I wanna know your opinions.
    I think you already know which one to get at that budget since you dont want AMD card, there is no other nvidia card that fit your budget which is equal or above performance level of 970. I dont see why you wouldnt get 970 since its a perfect card for 1080 gaming and you have 900p. If you really need 4GB and want to get decent framerates with some assurance for next few years than increase your budget and get a 980.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloaked View Post
    I think you already know which one to get at that budget since you dont want AMD card, there is no other nvidia card that fit your budget which is equal or above performance level of 970. I dont see why you wouldnt get 970 since its a perfect card for 1080 gaming and you have 900p. If you really need 4GB and want to get decent framerates with some assurance for next few years than increase your budget and get a 980.
    Even for the future it is enough. i haven't hit 3.5gbvram usage on at ultra 3440x1440 even once. although with future mods it's possible i will but only at minimum that resolution. for 1080p it'll be fine for 3-4years. 980 is definitely not needed for 1080p. if it lags behind in the future he can just OC it to almost 980 like performance.

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    ^^Thays pretty much what i said.

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    Okay guys... I'll go for 970 then... Can you tell me how much fps I would get on Battlefront? ... Or Crysis 3???

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    Okay guys... I'll go for 970 then... Can you tell me how much fps I would get on Battlefront? ... Or Crysis 3???
    depends on the clockspeed of the specific card. At stock speeds, (a reference 970, probably not the one you're getting) will get 85FPS on Crysis 3 and 86fps on Battlefront. will be higher on factory overclocked cards or if you OC yourself. however at 900p....it'll get 120+ at anything you throw at it really. do try and upgrade the monitor later on

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    If you change your mind about AMD you won't regret R9 390, careful as well cause that card is beating GTX 970 in new games recently. VRAM bottleneck will hit soon somehow, looking at GTA V cause that game is stuttering like hell at Ultra once VRAM has passed 3.5GB

    Btw as for Nvidia's so called power efficiency, though almost right but not 100% true. You'll use factory clocked OC'd cards which if you know, increases TDP. Maxwell TDP after OC fluctuates quite a bit depending on how much OC it has

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    Today I saw both gtx 970 and r9 390 customers' review on Amazon. I found allot of bad comments from users on the r9 390's page... and no bad comments on gtx 970's page. So why would I buy amd? Yes, we know 390 is slightly better than gtx 970. But I think amd just pushes their technology to compete with nvidia. And they do beat nvidia. But when it comes to efficiency and "problem-free" gpu, amd just can't stand on it's own feet. Performance and "fps-gaining" is not the only thing to consider when buying a new gpu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    Today I saw both gtx 970 and r9 390 customers' review on Amazon. I found allot of bad comments from users on the r9 390's page... and no bad comments on gtx 970's page. So why would I buy amd? Yes, we know 390 is slightly better than gtx 970. But I think amd just pushes their technology to compete with nvidia. And they do beat nvidia. But when it comes to efficiency and "problem-free" gpu, amd just can't stand on it's own feet. Performance and "fps-gaining" is not the only thing to consider when buying a new gpu.
    You are absolutely right. In other words: "AMD is not meant for the amateurs."

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    Are u making fun of me Vanguard?

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