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    FX 8350 OC help

    Hey! I had that case as well! But sadly, it's collecting dust somewhere in the storage. I had upgraded to Coolermaster HAF series 912, and I'm very happy with my purchase, I've been using it for about 1.5 yeasr and I love it, looks great with any color LED fan as well! worth my 50 bucks. (I...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    Hmm. Judging from people's feedback on that specific 7950 card, its very unreliable. lots of DOA's and over heating problems from people trying to over clock it and playing games. It's on rebate, yes, but I don't trust rebates anymore, I tend to just ignore the fact that it has a rebate tag...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    Can you please link me a 7950 on newegg or any place, that you would buy out of all other 7950 cards? Because I see a lot of 7950 cards.
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    Well I never expected this thread to get so popular lol. I said in eariler posts that I've never owned a Nvida card before. I've done my fair share of research, so it's not really a bias decision on what I choose. I have learned a lot here, and I don't regret anything! Thank you guys! :D I...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    @blindnero I'm narrowing my decision on MSI GTX N760 because of the nice OC features it has comparing it to any AMD card, where you have to manually have a fixed OC. Yes it has more vram; 1GB more, but I was informed that it doesn't make a noticeable difference playing on 1080p. My other...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    @Raptorpowa That 7950 card you linked on this forum for 180$ or something is discontinued.. idk why, but isn't that saying something? There are so many 7950 cards, can you specify the best price/performance 7950 on the market today? vs the MSI GTX 760 Which I plan to get in the future. Idc about...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    well this can be true, but I can't upgrade to multiple monitor set up because I have no room on my glass desk lol. *note that I had my 630w PSU for 4 years* Disadvantages to multiple monitor set up: -More Stress on PSU and GPU -More Space needed on desk -More Heat, even from idle, room...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    I'm still trying to be patient and hold off on buying anything on atm, because my Radeon HD 6750 is still good to go, runs LoL at 100-130 fps np lol. But I'm going to upgrading for the future release games like CoD: Ghosts / BF:4 / Watch Dogs / I'm forgetting a lot of others, but yeah black...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    Well, I'm not to big of a fan on over clocking, so MSI N760 wins in my case, also it's enough GPU power for my taste. The MSI GTX N760 is priced at $260 is better performer compared to the GTX 660Ti on newegg that are 235-265, I'd get the 660Ti cards if they weren't so much, and the 760 Cards...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GeForce_GTX_760_TF_Gaming/14.html Well I found this to be very helpful on Crysis 3 benchmark, note that everything is at factory stock settings. I figured I won't need a 3GB card because I won't be running duel monitors.
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    Lol yeah it was fun to read, you guys are the best. Really helped me out!
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    Hey guys, I haven't ordered it yet! I had edited to 'made up my mind', from the graphs I looked at during 3-4am and head to bed after. I woke up this morning and read everything, I really like the MSI GTX 760 TwinFrozr Gaming 2 GB, but I want to wait a little, maybe until it hits a sale...
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    Can't decide, Pls give your honest opinion.

    Hello Friends, I'm currently trying to buy a new GPU, to upgrade from HIS Radeon HD 6750. I'm looking to spend around 150 - 250 bucks for a GPU that will last me about 2-3 years that will have no issue running the latest video games that will be considered GPU intensive. These are what I...