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GTX 670 + i5 3570K vs GTX 770 + i5 4670K

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by PersonWithTech, Jun 13, 2013.

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Which should I choose? 'Bang for Buck'

  1. GTX 670 with i5 3570K @ $1200

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  2. GTX 770 with i5 4670K @ $1350

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  1. PersonWithTech

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    Unfortunately, the prices there weren't any better there for the 770 with mwave at the top for the lowest price, leaving little extra incentive to opt for that.

    However, I was very lucky to have found that PCCASEGEAR was offering an EVGA GTX 670 FTW for $30 less than the ugly gigabyte card I was forced to go with earlier. This is pretty much the Evga version of the Galaxy GTX 670 GC 2GB, which went out of stock 1.5 months ago
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    Fair enough, there isnt a lot of difference between most of the stores realy, but looking into the cost of there postage can be the deal breaker. Also customer service and warranty claims is another. :)

    If stonebridge computing was still going today id still be shopping with them, spent about 15grand at that store over the years. Best price and service they had.
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    PersonWithTech says thanks.
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    Wow, that is awesome. Thanks. I might not get the gigabyte just due to the fact that I'd rather have something which
    a) Looks good
    b) Has a better cooler
    c) Comes pre-OC'd

    I'd have to consider the asus and maybe the gigabyte.
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    I was going to get the Asus for $299 but they upped it to $349 :(
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    Why would $50 scare you off? I still recommend you get it, or the evga if you haven't purchased anything yet.

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