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    Question Core i5 2400+ Gigabyte Z68MA+Twinmoss 4GB 1866 BUS+ Delta 550W PSU = GPU around 10K??

    Hello,

    With Core i5 2400+ Gigabyte Z68MA+Twinmoss 4GB 1866 BUS+ Delta 550W PSU what GPU do you recommend around 10K?

    Currently running on my ATI Radeon HD 4550 but it sucks with this and getting hiccups with latest games.


    P.S - I have two offers for secondhand GPU - Sapphire HD 7770 @ 11K with 22months warranty.
    - Sapphire HD 6770 1GB DDR5 @ 7K with 22months warranty.

    I was wondering whether i could save up the money by buying the 6770 and use it for buying a LED with DVI/HDMI port as i am using a 19" LCD with VGA port only :-( I heard DVI/HDMI gives huge difference in output over VGA?
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    get atleast a hd 7770, not below that


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    7770 OC is the better choice obviously

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    7770 isnt available in market so cant get the price so that i can be assured if 11K is a good price for it. How good is a MSI 6850 over a new 7750?? What about MSI N450GTS Cyclone 1GD5/OC??
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    Quote Originally Posted by insane_artist View Post
    7770 isnt available in market so cant get the price so that i can be assured if 11K is a good price for it. How good is a MSI 6850 over a new 7750?? What about MSI N450GTS Cyclone 1GD5/OC??
    6850 is wayyy better than 7750.........and 7750 is better than 450

    u should wait a bit cause price might drop for amd after 660ti arrival


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    get a msi hd 6850 OC..that's the best gpu at 15k range...

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    AFAIK the only 6850 in market is the MSI Twinfrozer 1GB @16K

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    If the OP wants, i can manage him a MSI 6850PE/OC at 15k.

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    @Vanguard bro..your exams over??

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    hhhhhmmmmm. . . . . . . . . . . . @insane_artist i like the price of the 6770. why not two of these in crossfire setup ? ? ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    If the OP wants, i can manage him a MSI 6850PE/OC at 15k.
    What is the market price of HD7770 & if I go for 7750 DDR5 should I go for Sapphire or GIGABYTE? & performence wise how much it deffers from 7770?

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    @Vanguard bro..your exams over??
    fail korsi re bhai.... Macro te fail korsi :'(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    fail korsi re bhai.... Macro te fail korsi :'(
    failure is the pillar of success..tai kainda kam naikka and check ur pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    fail korsi re bhai.... Macro te fail korsi :'(
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    Quote Originally Posted by insane_artist View Post


    P.S - I have two offers for secondhand GPU - Sapphire HD 7770 @ 11K with 22months warranty.

    7770oc... or 7770...

    personally if i were you, i would try to get the monitor afterwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by k39bk View Post
    What is the market price of HD7770 & if I go for 7750 DDR5 should I go for Sapphire or GIGABYTE? & performence wise how much it deffers from 7770?
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/536?vs=614 btw 7750 nile Sapphire nao, Gigabyte er review valo na tobe overall kichu beshi khoroch kore 7770 OC ta nite parle better IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by k39bk View Post
    What is the market price of HD7770 & if I go for 7750 DDR5 should I go for Sapphire or GIGABYTE? & performence wise how much it deffers from 7770?
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/536?vs=614 btw 7750 nile Sapphire nao, Gigabyte er review valo na tobe overall kichu beshi khoroch kore 7770 OC ta nite parle better IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadIkMahdI View Post
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/536?vs=614 btw 7750 nile Sapphire nao, Gigabyte er review valo na tobe overall kichu beshi khoroch kore 7770 OC ta nite parle better IMO

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    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/536?vs=614 btw 7750 nile Sapphire nao, Gigabyte er review valo na tobe overall kichu beshi khoroch kore 7770 OC ta nite parle better IMO
    Thanks but HD7770 isn't posible for me right now, moreover it will need a new PSU. I thing I will go for HD7750, its't it enough for my 1360x768 res. monitor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by k39bk View Post
    Thanks but HD7770 isn't posible for me right now, moreover it will need a new PSU. I thing I will go for HD7750, its't it enough for my 1360x768 res. monitor?
    IMO 7750 won't be bad. You can go for it. I have seen people playing game in that resolution with decent frame rates even with cards like 5670. 9800 GT permanence = 5760 DDR 5 permanence. If you were satisfied with you 9800 GT then 7750 wont be a bad choice at all. Plus as your budget is short right now you don't have any other good option. You can also check some reviews of 7750 before deciding. BTW if you can somehow increase your budget & go for 7770 then it would be great & will be more future proof. If not possible to do that then 7750 will be a good option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    IMO 7750 won't be bad. You can go for it. I have seen people playing game in that resolution with decent frame rates even with cards like 5670. 9800 GT permanence = 5760 DDR 5 permanence. If you were satisfied with you 9800 GT then 7750 wont be a bad choice at all. Plus as your budget is short right now you don't have any other good option. You can also check some reviews of 7750 before deciding. BTW if you can somehow increase your budget & go for 7770 then it would be great & will be more future proof. If not possible to do that then 7750 will be a good option.
    you pom gana?

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    Budget is increasing

    P.S - Ryan's is selling Gigabyte 1GB DDR5 HD 6670 @ 7k.Is Sapphire way better than a Gigabyte for HD6770? Plus it seems like its better to buy 7770 than a 7750 which is gonna cost me around 4-5K more? I dont know the price of 7770 since 7750 is 10.5K so it would be around 12K i guess. Isn't it better to buy 2 HD6670 in that price and crossfire them as i already have a Z68 MOBO? What do you think guys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by insane_artist View Post
    Budget is increasing

    P.S - Ryan's is selling Gigabyte 1GB DDR5 HD 6670 @ 7k.Is Sapphire way better than a Gigabyte for HD6770? Plus it seems like its better to buy 7770 than a 7750 which is gonna cost me around 4-5K more? I dont know the price of 7770 since 7750 is 10.5K so it would be around 12K i guess. Isn't it better to buy 2 HD6670 in that price and crossfire them as i already have a Z68 MOBO? What do you think guys?
    it wont matter with these low end cards if u cfx them, u r better of buying a single higher card so 7770 will always be better in perf & power consumption.

    it'll only make sense when u buy 2 gtx670 over a single 680 for a lot perf without costing more........


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    Good enough GAMING RIG

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