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[ 2013-7-9 14:22:00 | By: nikeause ]
 

is 5870 worth the extra

One of the "BAD" things about the internet is anyone can say anything so thousands of so called experts say thinks that are just ridiculous (just read through some of the Newegg reviews) If someone gives advice "Google" them to find out if they have any cred in the first place before you go spending a bunch of money on stuff.

here is a perfect example of ridiculous;

I used to use almost exclusively Nvidia for my builds so I got pretty good at getting stuff to work smoothly first time. When I did ATI builds I seemed to have a few probs so I continued to use Nvidia. In the last year I started using ATI again (3870,4770,4830,4850,4870,5770) and their drivers seem to work just fine. I am a bit bummed that Nvidia it taking so much time Timberland Shoes Canada for their new cards but since my new mobo is Crossfire I probably wouldnt switch over anyways.

I had a pair of 5770s and they worked fine but for some reason I wanted a bit more(I honestly have no clue why as the 5770s played everything at Ultra) so I sold them last week So I am waiting for the 5830 to come out (maybe in the next week)

I like MKMods (I sense great wisdom lies in that head)

Right now I don't really Timberland Canada thinkt he 5870 is worth the premium over the 5850 unless you're heavily into benching and things of that sort. I was the same way with the 4870 versus the 4850, like this generation both cards have MORE than enough power to do whatever you want with current software.

I'd say go for the 5850 if you're looking for a single card solution, if you don't mind dual cards then the 5770 is more powerful than both and you can wait to buy the other one. All are great options, and whenever nVidia puts out there new card it will likely be a great option too.

its funny about the last gen cards. I sold a 4870 to a guy in Brazil but he said he was having probs so he sent it back to me to RMA. I Timberland Timberland Boots Boots Canada put it in my own comp to check it out and saw it was running around 80C in my comp (my cases should be a lot cooler than an avg case so in his case it was probably running close to 100C)

These cards are nutts, but the 5770s were in the mid 30C range (what a difference) Another tidbit was my comp was pulling between 500 to 600watts at the wall with the 4870s and around 250watts with a pair of 5770s and OCd AMD 965.

 
 
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