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User Info: namesadam

namesadam
4 years ago#1
Looking to make a jump, what would be the best upgrade?

User Info: LordSeifer

LordSeifer
4 years ago#2
GTX 780
^ this

User Info: Jocko

Jocko
4 years ago#3
Cost aside wouldn't the Titan be the best jump?
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
4 years ago#4
Quad SLI Titans in fact.
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User Info: GreenMage7

GreenMage7
4 years ago#5
namesadam posted...
Looking to make a jump, what would be the best upgrade?


To give you a real answer, seeing as you are the type of consumer who purchased a 560 TI, you would probably be best off with something like a 760 if you wanted to stick with Nvidia. It will probably last you another couple years until you get the next mid-range card that will probably be as powerful as the overpriced cards mentioned above without the huge investment.

There are some really good deals on the AMD 7900 series right now though if you were willing to make a switch and get some free games but that's up to you.

User Info: VIP86

VIP86
4 years ago#6
You should have asked what is the most logical jump from a 560ti, and yes I agree, it would have to a 760 which runs for 250. If you can have a larger budget, the 7970 can be had for around 320-350. I don't think any are on sale for 300 anymore.
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User Info: SpazH3d

SpazH3d
4 years ago#7
GreenMage7 posted...
seeing as you are the type of consumer who purchased a 560 TI.


Wait, what are you saying with this?
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User Info: GreenMage7

GreenMage7
4 years ago#8
SpazH3d posted...
GreenMage7 posted...
seeing as you are the type of consumer who purchased a 560 TI.


Wait, what are you saying with this?


A person who values performance at a reasonable price. Or in other words, not the type of person who would be likely to buy a Titan. I consider it a compliment.

User Info: SpazH3d

SpazH3d
4 years ago#9
GreenMage7 posted...
SpazH3d posted...
GreenMage7 posted...
seeing as you are the type of consumer who purchased a 560 TI.


Wait, what are you saying with this?


A person who values performance at a reasonable price. Or in other words, not the type of person who would be likely to buy a Titan. I consider it a compliment.


Oh okay. I only got curious because I have a 560ti myself, and was wondering if it was a ridiculous waste of money. But thanks for the clarification.
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User Info: juscallmeehx

juscallmeehx
4 years ago#10
There are diminishing returns for graphics card. The gtx x60s tend to have the most bang for your buck.
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