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    Default MSI 660Ti 2GB OC Power Edition or Sapphire HD 7950 3GB

    I would kindly like some detailed opinion about these 2 cards. I cannot decide which will be better. I am more inclined to buy the 660 (because of PhysX) but tarpor o khichu opinion paile bhalo hoi.

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    1. Plz ke bolte parben ai dutai card UCC chara ar kothai pabo.
    2. Koi akta bhalo power supply name chai.

    Thank You

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    I am more inclined to buy the 660 (because of PhysX) but tarpor o khichu opinion paile bhalo hoi.


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    PhysX is greatly dependent on which games you play. Only about 25 games actually support GPU accelerated PhysX, for games that don't support that feature having an nvidia card isn't going to give you better physics rendering. Unless you plan on playing a lot of Batman Arkham Asylum/Arkham City, Mafia II, Metro 2033, Unreal Tournament 2007 or one of the other games that actually supports the feature, it's not worth worrying about.

    GPU accelerated PhysX really hasn't taken off as most developers don't seem to be interested in putting resources into a feature that a) the consoles don't support. and b) only about half the PC audience can use. Just about every game that does have GPU accelerated PhysX only seems to have it because nvidia paid the developer to put the feature into the game. Since nvidia can't afford to do that with every developer for every game, adoption of the technology has been quite slow. Last year only two major titles came out that supported GPU accelerated PhysX: Alice: Madness Returns, and Batman: Arkham City.

    The 7950 can be overclocked easily and can reach the performance of a 7970.

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    7950 will be better and one should not buy gpu just for physx

    and about psu TT sm 550w or 650w will be enough


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

    HApPy GAMing

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    Neither. Gigabyte 670 Winforce for 37k!

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    If the prices are similar then definitely go for the 7950. Physx is nice to have and all but even when few games support it, you need a very powerful GPU to fully use it. 660ti might not be able to cut it, but if by adding some more mney you can get the 670, then get that instead. Best of both worlds

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    PhysX makes a world of a difference in games like borderlands 2. no PhysX = no buy, imo.
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
    Please do not PM me for support. You will NOT get a reply. Post in the relevant forum section.

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    7950 33k dye kinar chaite Gigabyte 670 37K dia nea better ar msi 670 aar price 41K..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    PhysX makes a world of a difference in games like borderlands 2. no PhysX = no buy, imo.
    and amd card nile Physx aar prob 9800GT<< airokom card lagia oo tho solve kora jai?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by king_showrav416 View Post
    7950 33k dye kinar chaite Gigabyte 670 37K dia nea better ar msi 670 aar price 41K..........

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    and amd card nile Physx aar prob 9800GT<< airokom card lagia oo tho solve kora jai?????
    Yeah, but if you want to put an ATI and an Nvidia card, you motherboard must have the Lucid Hydra option

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton View Post
    Yeah, but if you want to put an ATI and an Nvidia card, you motherboard must have the Lucid Hydra option
    Nah that's not needed to get PhysX working, all he needs are modded drivers and a ton of free time after every driver update Not worth the hassle.

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    PhysX is irrelevant. I don't see how that should affect your buying decision. Just like Hamilton said
    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton View Post
    Last year only two major titles came out that supported GPU accelerated PhysX: Alice: Madness Returns, and Batman: Arkham City.
    660Ti and 7950 are both good cards. If you're just keen on playing games with everything maxed out, I'd personally suggest you to go with 660Ti as you'd get a great out-of-the-box experience. But, if you are a power user who likes to toy around with his gears then 7950 is for you as it provides plenty of stuff (e.g. stellar OC potential) to mess with. I hope this helps

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    Thank you everyone for your opinion but ami already mSI gtx 670 kine felsi.

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    Congratz for buying a gr8 card..


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    From a 660ti to GTX670, huge decision change

    Good choice though happy gaming.

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    gr8 gr8 choice, happy gaming

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    Gud Decision........ Happy Gaming

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    Thank you evry1 !!!!

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