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Evil Boy™17.11K Verified uploader
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This thread is for wrong user link from my side to help him get out of this problem!!
He wants a Graphic card !!
His Budget is 500usd to 800usd!!
On Basis of this : games+performance+budget
He have 2 questions:
1. nvidia or ati?
2. single unit gpu ultra high end or just a simple high end but sli/crossfire?
And give ur suggestions!!
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Battelready2554 Uploader
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Duly Noted BattleReady! thank you! Do you have any PSU brands in particular that I should look out for and also those nasty brands that I should stay away from?

Ooooh BTW, PSU cooler recommendations?

another thing, the High-End GPUs that came out do those cats own cooling system suffice OR should I shop for an aftermarket High-End GPU Cooler?

Hmm you can use almost every type of psu you perfer. But be warned, Diablotek is irrefutably the worst manufacture of PSU's to date.
The second half of your question, I also am a mechanic and come from a long line of them. Through the years i have seen many mods on cars and GPU, but the manufacture more then likely creates a a stable system for a part. Im not saying aftermarket cooling isnt going to help, but its not worth the money. Its not like your going to be doing some extreme overclocking.
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You need left eye or right eye??? Both..
Both are good dude. Choose according to ur budget, have fun...loveliness
WhItE_BeArD12.04K Uploader
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buy any one both are good companies, and create comepeting 3d cards , people have choices, i use nvidia and my bro use ati card, i can u giv u hint if u have intel processor system use nvidia if amd brand sys use ati then, thats my opinion, both are best types
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If i understand your question correctly, you have a problem with cooling,yes? I suggest those new little self contained liquid cooling solutions. If its running up to 70 i suggest not pushing it or else you'll burnout.


Hi guys, allow me to join, yeah? Please do share and point out at least one of if possible a few items that you were referring to as "those new little self contained liquid cooling solutions".. This got me curious what those "things" are. pls by all means, do tell.

I have a similar question earlier and here below is what I posted, and let me hoist this up here for us three to see.
23 July 2012, 09:41 (4 hours ago)
"Ooooh BTW, CPU intel aftermarket cooler recommendations? = I saw an "ANTEC cpu with Water+Air cooler" tiny nifty thing but it's built for cooling the 2011chipset, which is perfect to me. I wanna hear and know what you have to say about it.
http://www.antec.com/
KÜHLER H₂O 920"

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Hmm you can use almost every type of psu you perfer. But be warned, Diablotek is irrefutably the worst manufacture of PSU's to date.
The second half of your question, I also am a mechanic and come from a long line of them. Through the years i have seen many mods on cars and GPU, but the manufacture more then likely creates a a stable system for a part. Im not saying aftermarket cooling isnt going to help, but its not worth the money. Its not like your going to be doing some extreme overclocking.

That is awesome to know and thanks for sharing, that you are also a mechanic! We gotta talk about some car stuff to on a pm note or something. Let's side bar that topic for now. Thanks for your PSU input and warning also.
I can't appreciate you enough for making a to me about the High-End GPU aftermarket cooler.
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Check out this page. It gets updated fairly often, and has been pretty accurate in guiding the best value/cost in my experience fixing/upgrading the video card in PCs for my clients.
Just to give you some reference points. Hope it helps!
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php
02DROID265793 Uploader
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You need left eye or right eye??? Both..
Both are good dude. Choose according to ur budget, have fun...loveliness
Thanks for joining and giving your viewpoint.
By the way, what are you referring to Srinu? the GPU choice?

Let me Let u in, in a little secret... hushhhh, okay? .....I have the budget dude. I just don't want to make a mistake and regret buying the wrong one.

I wanna get to waste my GPU money on the rightful and deserving GPU that I would buy.
02DROID265793 Uploader
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buy any one both are good companies, and create comepeting 3d cards , people have choices, i use nvidia and my bro use ati card, i can u giv u hint if u have intel processor system use nvidia if amd brand sys use ati then, thats my opinion, both are best types
Gotcha White_Beard! thanks!
yeap you got that covered, those Intel=Nvidia and AMD=ATi mash-ups.
But I think with an x79intel chipset mobo, If i go with ATi on an Intel2011chip then the pairings would not be biased I guess?
I dunno, but I might be wrong or I might be right If ever I decide to go with that kind of mash-up/pairing.
Since the x79chipset for the 2011chipCPU of Intel is a median, then in theory the mobo workbench would not be leaning towards any particular GPU brand. again in theory.

As oppose to a High-End Mobo with an Nvidia chipset, where you can never ever fit in an ATi GPU at all.
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I really dont that much experience in the self contained liqud cooling system.
02DROID265793 Uploader
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Check out this page. It gets updated fairly often, and has been pretty accurate in guiding the best value/cost in my experience fixing/upgrading the video card in PCs for my clients.
Just to give you some reference points. Hope it helps!
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php

Hi Keyrlis! thanks for sharing your info through that url you posted.
'Really appreciate it!
I'm hunting down the best High-End GPU (only between GTX680 and ATi7970).
I already have the CPU and RAM components aboard.
Casing is next, and it's a CoolerMaster.
missing pieces:
1. PSU
2. aftermarket CPU Cooler
3. aftermarket GPU cooler (debunked already -- thanks to battleready)
4. HD (sorry SSD, I won't do SSD, cus I'd rather get to save my data rather than the OS)
5. Gaming Mouse
6. HD PC/Cable Monitor

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