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11 months ago#51
GTX 460. Im thinking of upgrading when the GTX 800 series comes out. Depending on the price I will either get a GTX 870 or grab a cheap previous generation card.
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11 months ago#52
Arn544 posted...
Trance_Fan posted...
powercolor radeon r9 280x (steal price), thinking of grabbing another one

next build will be monster 8 core intel , ddr4, and sli nvidia..true 4k gaming

what kind of steal price? (and where?)

I know I got my 7950 last year at 200$ + a rebate and 3 free games, talk about a steal price lol.

$150 bnib when the card retailed $400+ during the mining the card sells for $350-$370 new on average

some sales might have the card for $300
i think it's nice
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11 months ago#53
Currently back on my 5850 until my 580 is RMAed.
Desktop: Phenom II X4 965 | 8 GB DDR3 | HD 5850 | 1 TB HDD | W7 | 650W Antec | 1600x900
Laptop: A6 3400m | 4 GB DDR3 | HD 6520g | 500 GB HDD | W7 | 1366x768
11 months ago#54
Palit GeForce GTX 750 Ti

(enhanced version of a standard GTX 750 ti)
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11 months ago#55
Radeon HD 7850. Suits my needs currently, but will definitely be upgrading this year. I got it last year when I built my first gaming PC (it was one of the bundle deals from newegg) and so far the only title I own that it hasn't been able to max out entirely is Watch Dogs. Still looks good on High though, just not the omfg of Ultra (or of the E3 trailer)
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11 months ago#56
KidInTheHall posted...
EVGA GTX 780 Ti Dual Classified w/ACX cooler.
11 months ago#57
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11 months ago#58
GTX 780, two in SLI.
11 months ago#59
Lagwagon17 posted...
Gigabyte 7870.

Happy so far, has handled everything I've thrown at it.

This, but i have the sapphire ghz edition one. As said runs everything i have thrown at it.
11 months ago#60
GTX 560 Ti. The little GPU that could, handling nearly everything I throw at it for 3 years now. It's starting to show it's age now though, and I've got tentative plans to build a new desktop towards the end of this year.

Hopefully good GPUs won't be so damn expensive by that time (thanks cryptocurrency).
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