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User Info: claytonbuckley

claytonbuckley
3 years ago#11
I don't understand this question. Would the "best jump" be to the best card on the market? it seems kinda obvious.
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User Info: Master_Bass

Master_Bass
3 years ago#12
Jocko posted...
Cost aside wouldn't the Titan be the best jump?

That's what I jumped to from my 560 Ti.
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3 years ago#13
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User Info: Vindication123

Vindication123
3 years ago#14
760 is the best price/performance card atm. 670 and 680 work too. Or the Amd equivalent
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User Info: Lonestar2000

Lonestar2000
3 years ago#15
SpazH3d posted...
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.

Basically anything over the x60 series of Nvidia cards are a ridiculous waste of money.
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User Info: fuzzyman

fuzzyman
3 years ago#16
7990 is $700 very good buy (really need PCI 3.0 tho and good psu)

GTX 770 4GB is $400 or so, pretty good buy if not a little pricey. why?

GTX 760 is 250 but 7950 3GB is a better buy for same price, much better in multi-gpu

can buy 4x 7950 for a mere grand, BB overall
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User Info: _GRIM_FANDANGO_

_GRIM_FANDANGO_
3 years ago#17
I also still have the 560Ti. I am still kind of satisfied with its performance. I planned on upgrading this year, but dependent on how well it plays BF4, I might stick with it for a while longer. Personally I only consider upgrading when I can have a fairly massive performance gain for around $250.
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User Info: JessofBlades

JessofBlades
3 years ago#18
560ti here too, I am almost locked in for grabbing a 770 4GB this year unless some drastic price drops happen >_>
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User Info: analogman

analogman
3 years ago#19
nobody is gonna wait for amd's next gen?
check my quote :DD

User Info: Gwendal

Gwendal
3 years ago#20
analogman posted...
nobody is gonna wait for amd's next gen?


I have a 560 Ti I want to upgrade soon too, and that's exactly what I'm doing. I want to at least see what the new AMD series is like before making a decision.
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