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    Default Choosing between 3 cards

    Alright guys, I think I beat the last thread to death so I started a new one. I'm stuck between 3 cards and I want advice based on these specific circumstances. First off, I really like sli/crossfire and plan on having that set up soon, even if I have to wait another couple months. I want to be running 3 monitors by mid next year as well. Finally, I am a big mmorpg fan. I was huge into WOW back in the arena days of burning crusade. Today I really enjoy guild wars 2 and occasionally League of Legends when I get the chance. I also think I'll be diving back in rts with starcraft 2. Was waiting to see if there was going to be balance or another blizzard wow repeat of horrible patching. I want these kinds of games to run on max settings at 1980x1020 res. I am on a budget and while I would like to spend less than $300-350, I'd rather spend the money and love my decision than be fairly happy with it.

    Which card....
    nvidia 660 ti seems to have great performance, comparable to 7970, but benches were more for first person shooter, plus, not wild about the 192 vs 256 bit interface. But, can get higher clocked card easily at $250...

    radeon 7970 is 3gb of mem AND 384 bit interface which sounds awesome. Performance is shaky compared to 660ti and 670. Crossfire is frowned on, as well as multi displays (Hydravision?) price is going to run me at least $330 for the lower end of core and memory clocks. Amd software seems to constantly be getting better however...

    gtx 670 is only 2 gb (in my price range) and 256 bit, but the performance is amazing. Sli and multi monitors will be no problem. Pricey but PNY has one for $320 even if the core/memory clocks are somewhat lower.

    Oh and I would like to get into overclocking eventually, but this is last on the priority list since it might be a while before I afford custom cooling solutions. I will most likely end up using this set up after it out dates as my tester though to start learning custom cooling.

    Which set up will I be happiest with if I want to get 2-3 years mileage in case I can't upgrade in the nearer future? (economy, life circumstances, etc.)
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    Default Re: Choosing between 3 cards

    Look into upgrading your CPU before you get a powerhouse card.

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    Default Re: Choosing between 3 cards

    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    Look into upgrading your CPU before you get a powerhouse card.
    This is going with an 8350 and crosshair V formula z

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    Default Re: Choosing between 3 cards

    The GTX670's performance, is very close to the GTX680, to be honest with you, it matches the 680 in a lot of tests and games.
    Go with the Gigabyte GTX670, excellent cooling and comes factory overclocked for $399.99
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    This is going with an 8350 and crosshair V formula z
    Well then you are all set! GTX 670 looks like a killer deal.

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    So is this how overclocking always goes? Start spending more money than you ever intend to? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    So is this how overclocking always goes? Start spending more money than you ever intend to? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The GTX670's performance, is very close to the GTX680, to be honest with you, it matches the 680 in a lot of tests and games.
    Go with the Gigabyte GTX670, excellent cooling and comes factory overclocked for $399.99
    YYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!
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    STEAL!!! $330 bucks AND TWO FREE GAMES!!!!! Borderlands 2 and assassins creed 3. Really only excited about borderlands 2 but yeah sale, rebate, pulled the trigger I got it submitted should have it next week. SOOOOOOO EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By far the best vga I have EVER gotten.

    Spread the word, amazing deal at $330 and that's only after a $20 rebate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    YYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!
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    STEAL!!! $330 bucks AND TWO FREE GAMES!!!!! Borderlands 2 and assassins creed 3. Really only excited about borderlands 2 but yeah sale, rebate, pulled the trigger I got it submitted should have it next week. SOOOOOOO EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By far the best vga I have EVER gotten.

    Spread the word, amazing deal at $330 and that's only after a $20 rebate.
    Then you can send AC3 to me instead :P

    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    So is this how overclocking always goes? Start spending more money than you ever intend to? lol
    Basically

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    YES!! And it only gets worse once you get hooked on water cooling.
    Oh yea never do that it's a terrible idea XD

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    Aww sorry polo, already promised ac3 to a guy I work with. =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Aww sorry polo, already promised ac3 to a guy I work with. =(
    Lolz i was jking anyway :P

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    I pulled the trigger on the same card after you posted.. so far this has been the best deal I have seen for a GTX670 that is factory OC, the stock cooler is awesome.. but best of all water blocks are available for this PCB... I am using this one card to replace my SLI GTX470's.

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    Default Re: Choosing between 3 cards

    Yeah this is the exact card recommendation from earlier in this thread. I wasn't sure the 670's were gonna come that low. I thought about asking about the PNY one again because it had dropped really low but nobody was very excited about them. So I just held out, decided to look at again and was shocked. Yesterday, it was only $380 after rebate and still had $6-7 shipping if I remember right. You could imagine my suprise when it dropped out of the blue with no notifications or anything from newegg.

    Still excited, already went to packaging in order status!

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