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Lagalot

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I have a GPU, its a 560Ti

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560ti chips just dropped in price.. you should get a second one.

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I have a GTX 460, would this be a decent upgrade or like the same or no difference

Nevermind, I just did a comparison and found that there isn't much difference. I was in search of a cheap 560ti a few months back with no luck but I only have 1 slot for a video card anyway so i couldn't take advantage of this either. DAMN lol.

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670 is a more viable upgrade. what power supply do you have? and other specs.

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View PostDelta, on 30 August 2012 - 07:36 AM, said:

670 is a more viable upgrade. what power supply do you have? and other specs.

Specs are near the end of this post

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That's a solid system. the reason i ask is people tend to upgrade the graphics card with a very weak power supply. i see you have a 1000w+ PSU. so plenty of overhead.. as for the CPU and RAM you have room there too.. i would recommend a GTX670.. or a GTX680.. either one of those will last you 2 years with current outlook on software and games...

With this said. if you wish to upgrade.. let me know of your budget. and i can show you what you can get. and why it's better/worse. i build these things as a hobby.




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