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    Default R9 270x vs gtx 760

    Hi gamers,

    Should I go for http://ucc-bd.com/sapphire-r9-270x-2...-boost-oc.html
    or
    Should I go for http://ucc-bd.com/msi-geforce-gtx760...f-2gd5-oc.html

    I know that the gtx760 is superior but I would like to know if its worth the budget increase as r9 270x is only 10% behind on performance....

    Thanks in advance.

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    Definitely 760. The 270x has some heating issues. My friend faced high temp counts with his 270x. The 760 seemed to be a kick ¤¤¤ card in the 25k range

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahir97 View Post
    Hi gamers,

    Should I go for http://ucc-bd.com/sapphire-r9-270x-2...-boost-oc.html
    or
    Should I go for http://ucc-bd.com/msi-geforce-gtx760...f-2gd5-oc.html

    I know that the gtx760 is superior but I would like to know if its worth the budget increase as r9 270x is only 10% behind on performance....

    Thanks in advance.
    Its not worth the budget. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sma$hY™ View Post
    Definitely 760. The 270x has some heating issues. My friend faced high temp counts with his 270x. The 760 seemed to be a kick ¤¤¤ card in the 25k range
    tell your friend to change his chassis.

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    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/1043?vs=1041

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahir97 View Post
    Hi gamers,

    Should I go for http://ucc-bd.com/sapphire-r9-270x-2...-boost-oc.html
    or
    Should I go for http://ucc-bd.com/msi-geforce-gtx760...f-2gd5-oc.html

    I know that the gtx760 is superior but I would like to know if its worth the budget increase as r9 270x is only 10% behind on performance....

    Thanks in advance.
    Go for 280x

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    @VANGUARD bro, he is using a tt v4

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    760 performs superior to 270x. But, as far as price to performance ratio goes, 270x is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franklin View Post
    760 performs superior to 270x. But, as far as price to performance ratio goes, 270x is better.
    ^^This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sma$hY™ View Post
    @VANGUARD bro, he is using a tt v4
    titty V4 use korlei to hobe na, valo airflow o maintain korte hobe.

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    Thanks for the suggestions guys. Will let you know which I'll go for...

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    GTX760 is a great card, u can buy GTX760 reference one cost will be ~21k and reference cooler is enough to cool GTX760.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLaDOS View Post
    GTX760 is a great card, u can buy GTX760 reference one cost will be ~21k and reference cooler is enough to cool GTX760.
    you do you even know the difference between reference cooler and aftermarket ones? I aint talking the looks. The aftermarket ones dumps the heat inside the case which needed to sucked out by the exhaust fans of the casing, on the other hand reference blower type cooler takes the cold air from the front and exhales hot air through the back result very high ambient temp inside the card. In our country, where natural temp stays between 40-44c, buying a reference cooled card is plain suicide unless you run AC 24/7 in your room.

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