So i have been waiting for cyber monday to pick up a Graphics card, and i noticed that not a single 400 series card has a 384bit bus face, they are all 320 and under. (well i lied) they do have 384 bit on the 480 class but they are all 500 bucks(give or take), and i don't know if that is worth the money. The question is that now in the days of GDDR5 is the bus width mean anything? if im going to drop 250 bucks for a 470 card that has a bus width of 320bit, is it worth dropping 200 bucks more to go to 384 bit? here is what i am looking at EVGA GeForce GTX 470 (Fermi) 012-P3-1470-AR Video Card EVGA GeForce GTX 480 (Fermi) SuperClocked 015-P3-1482-AR Video Card while i can afford the 480 im wondering if it is even worth the money to go to the 480 series, if the bus width makes any difference. were talking 320 vs 384 bit, and i don't know if it makes any noticeable difference. Anyone have any idea about what i should choose?