|17 Dec 2011||#13|
I'm still debating between the two cards.
Amazon has the Sapphire HD 6870 in 165$ (which is actually great because i only have 200$ to spend) and the EVGA GTX 560 is 180$ (plus 10$ i have to spend in a HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable)
So far i've seen that both cards are quite similar, theoretically, the HD 6870 is a little bit better, but i don't know how that translate into real world scenarios, the only thing that stops me from buying the AMD one is the fact that i've been using nvidia for the last 5 years so I kinda got used to it!
My mind is telling me to spend a little more and get the GTX 560, plus... The "Duke Nukem Fully Loaded Package" is 185$ in Amazon, it has a free Duke Nukem Forever game, bet buckle, limited edition design and a mousepad
I'm still debating
|My System Specs|
|17 Dec 2011||#14|
ati = physix not supported
nvidia = full support (cuda)
physix= next gen gaming MUSTHAVE feature
i bought 6950 yesterday and after a few HRS ran back to the store and threw it on the guy, in a meanwhile asking him to pull out his dusted (rare buying rate) 580 GTX OC .
|My System Specs|
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