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User Info: Trance_Fan

4 years ago#1
topix - Results (172 votes)
ultra high end (790, Titan, 8990)
11.05% (19 votes)
high end (780, 880, 9970)
42.44% (73 votes)
mid-high (770, 9950)
20.35% (35 votes)
mid (760, 860, 8850)
12.79% (22 votes)
low end (i don't play games)
1.16% (2 votes)
i'm buying previous generation (7950, 7970, 680, 670 etc)
12.21% (21 votes)
This poll is now closed.
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User Info: HaMMeRHeaD25

4 years ago#2
Just got the 770 a couple months ago on release. I used to be a x60 kind of guy but I decided to splurge a bit. To be honest there aren't that many games which fully strees these newer high end cards just yet.
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User Info: Ratchet611

4 years ago#3
Next year, I think I may just upgrade to a $150+ GPU to hold me over for a bit(Assuming my CPU is still fine) until I get around to building another computer.
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User Info: godplaysSNES

4 years ago#4
Probably waiting for yet another year
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User Info: TheFeshPince

4 years ago#5
GTX 780 SC ACX would be fun to mess with, but I already have a 7990. | |

User Info: ab2c4

4 years ago#6
Probably the 860 mid range. I am using a GTX 470 now and although I am tempted by the GTX 760 I know I am better off waiting until next gen since in reality I don't need a new video card right now. I may end up going to the next tier higher than a 860 depending on how next gen cards deal with next gen games.

User Info: Boge

4 years ago#7
Whatever is available in about 4-5 years.

I've already had my new computer for a year now and it's not slowing down anytime soon. It still feels brand new to me. I won't need an upgrade for at least 3 more years, and at that time, I'll probably just bypass it and play on medium settings for a while, then low for a while, then in 5 years build a new machine.
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User Info: ph33r1es5

4 years ago#8
Probably going to Crossfire 7950.
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User Info: SolidManifest

4 years ago#9
High end with GTX880. But might wanna try out a Titan 2.
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User Info: TheWayOfTheGun

4 years ago#10
Already went from a 470 to 770. In 3 years I'll get a GTX 1070 (after I SLI that 770).

I just can't justify spending $500+ upfront, on a single video card. It doesn't even do anything on it's own, completely useless.

I spent a pretty penny on my plasma but at least it's fully functional on it's own, is multipurpose, and can be enjoyed by multiple people simultaneously. That was enough to convince me.
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