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    hello all,
    My Cpu is AMD FX 8350
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    Which card will be good for me gtx 660ti or 760 ? I want 1080p gaming at decent frames
    UCC guyz say they will not bring 760 soon and 660ti is very good for me . I wanted 7870 but inconsistant driver issue made me think again

    Kindly give ur opinion ?
    Msi will be gtx they say might arrive after 3 days pricing at 26500 -27000
    Gtx 660ti- 23000

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    • AMD put a great emphasis on its driver division from last year. So "inconsistent driver" is BS.
    • Who will bring the cards? Cause MSI is a manufacturer. Only Computer Source and UCC brings them.
    • Both are 1 GB IIRC. Isn't the GTX 760 1 GB? Regardless, some games are taking more than 1 GB VRAM at 1080p. So 2 GB is recommended.
    • 760 is slightly faster than 660 Ti. So should take it if it's available.
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    Thanx fot ur help bro

    if 23k 660ti is 2gb and if differs slightly.... I may go for that and buy a SSD with rest and adding

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    760 hands down.
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    760 or get the 7950, gtx 660ti is not that good for 1080p but amd has improved the driver and way more stable now

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    760 or get the 7950, gtx 660ti is not that good for 1080p but amd has improved the driver and way more stable now
    bro 7950 is 28000 to them way too high
    Where 660 ti is 23k
    760 still not in stock and 500 watt tt tr2 is way too low for 7950 dont u think ??

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    I have decided to go for 7950
    I bought one gtx 660ti from ucc yesterday
    They gave me 3 days upgrade plan so will pay 5k more

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    GTX 760. no point of buying old generation card if u can get a newer one..


    and 760/7950 none of them will run on stock power supply. you need a branded PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    GTX 760. no point of buying old generation card if u can get a newer one..


    and 760/7950 none of them will run on stock power supply. you need a branded PSU.

    PSU: TT tr2 500 watt its a stock psu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahtab View Post
    bro 7950 is 28000 to them way too high
    Where 660 ti is 23k
    760 still not in stock and 500 watt tt tr2 is way too low for 7950 dont u think ??

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    I have decided to go for 7950
    I bought one gtx 660ti from ucc yesterday
    They gave me 3 days upgrade plan so will pay 5k more

    if your tr2 500w is recent one (the bronze version) then 7950 should work perfectly

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    PSU: TT tr2 500 watt its a stock psu?

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    if your tr2 500w is recent one (the bronze version) then 7950 should work perfectly
    didnt read the whole sentence.


    for buyer
    if its a old TR2 then its actually 450W. it wouldn't be okay coz u r running a 124W TDP processor.

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    thanx for supporting all I have changed the 660ti with a 760 and added 3.5k also for better support took a corsair cx600

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahtab View Post
    thanx for supporting all I have changed the 660ti with a 760 and added 3.5k also for better support took a corsair cx600
    bhaiya, if you don't mind can i ask how much the 760 cost you?? thanks!

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    First, change your cpu.

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    i will bhaiya...budget kortesi ! :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    First, change your cpu.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/357640-28-8350-gaming

    cpu is alright. Before changing it do some research and do not walk in other people show's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Do you think buying a 8350 for 23k leaving 3570k/4570 at even lower price is a better choice?
    as far as i know 8350 costs around 19k (last time i checked)

    nyway I dont suggest AMD's 8 core processors, but if anyone wants a tight budget build where even an i3 doesn't fit the budget, why not buying a Quadcore AMD Phenom or FX? tight budget means he can only get a 7770 maybe! with that GPU i dont think the gaming performance will change ! but he will save a lot of money.
    (you can find cheap AMD 760 mobo)

    and what if someone plans on doing only multi threaded works and video rendering/3D modeling stuffs? will still an i5 be the better option?
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/697?vs=701

    it totally depends on the user. if u need single threaded performance surely intels architecture is better but one with tight budget/want multi threaded power at a lower price point amd is still an option.

    have you seen this?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eu8Sekdb-IE

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