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    Default need help to choose the best gpu

    Msi Nvidia Geforce Gtx560 Ti Twin Frozr Ii 2gb DDR-5
    Asus ENGTX 560 DC2 Top 1GB DDR-5
    Gigabyte GTX-560Ti 1GB DDR-5
    which will be best for my current rig ?
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    Unless you switch to something bigger, none of these cards will be an upgrade. Get the Ti, the vanilla 560 is not worth getting since you already own a 460, or better yet you can try for the newer 7850 which is ~25k.

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    wait for other nvidia cards i suggest. U can compare and get whats best for bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bijoy Faith View Post
    Msi Nvidia Geforce Gtx560 Ti Twin Frozr Ii 2gb DDR-5Asus ENGTX 560 DC2 Top 1GB DDR-5Gigabyte GTX-560Ti 1GB DDR-5which will be best for my current rig ?
    I would go for the msi one. You can try to get a 7850 also.

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    I wud say, get the hd 7850 OC....... or Msi NGTX560ti 2GD5

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    Don't upgrade, wait for the prices to settle and the manufacturers to play their cards, once the mid range nvidia cards hits the market and the rumored spectacular GTX 690 hits the market AMD surely will lower prices even further, upgrading from a GTX 460 to a GTX 560Ti will not be a significant upgrade in my opinion.

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