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Getting a GTX 750Ti.. any good AMD equivalent?

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..for the same price :3

Or something better for the same price!
 
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It won't be as efficient but a 270x should be priced similarly however does perform better in games than a 750 Ti.
 

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270X will also come with a couple games.
 
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get 750 ti, silent and nvidia.
 
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It won't be as efficient but a 270x should be priced similarly however does perform better in games than a 750 Ti.


Thanks! I dont understand the use of the word "efficient" please explain :))

Im just not used to AMDs cards but looking specwise they outperform judging by its price vs Nvidia
 
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get 750 ti, silent and nvidia.


I want to man just for the Geforce Experience alone.. but looking at the other side of the fence are what seems like better spec cards for the same price..
 
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Thanks! I dont understand the use of the word "efficient" please explain :))

Im just not used to AMDs cards but looking specwise they outperform judging by its price vs Nvidia
Oh sorry I mean how much power the graphics card uses. The 750 Ti uses hardly any electricity where as the 270x uses quite a bit more.

But yes straight price-to-performance the 270x is better than the 750ti.
 
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Oh sorry I mean how much power the graphics card uses. The 750 Ti uses hardly any electricity where as the 270x uses quite a bit more.

But yes straight price-to-performance the 270x is better than the 750ti.

So if it were you.. what would you choose?
 

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I would take the 270x just build a system for a customer FX8320 + 270 (same specs as 270x but limited OC potential) overclocked both spent $550 total for the build and it plays most games at High settings. Unless you live in an area where Electricity is extremely expensive you won't notice the difference in terms of efficiency. Besides the AMD cards come with some games bundled.
 
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I would take the 270x just build a system for a customer FX8320 + 270 (same specs as 270x but limited OC potential) overclocked both spent $550 total for the build and it plays most games at High settings. Unless you live in an area where Electricity is extremely expensive you won't notice the difference in terms of efficiency. Besides the AMD cards come with some games bundled.


I have a Fx6300 (still at stock) and a 600w PSU..

Think thats enough?
 

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plenty.
 
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Yup agreed with Reaper. I too would get a 270x. And again agreeing with Reaper, 600W is more than enough :) Happy gaming.

I only mentioned about the efficiency thing because it is a standout feature of the 750ti.
 
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Or something better for the same price!

Recent best prices I've seen are, after rebates and shipping:

R7 260x $65 (that was great!)
750 $80
750 Ti $100 (MSI single fan at Newegg right now)
R9 270 $110
R9 270x $130

The AMD cards tend to be better FPS/$.

Order:

 

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270 actually has the same specs as the 7870 and the 270x the only difference is clock speed.

an aftermarket 270 will give you stock 270x performance for the most part which would be 50% faster than the 750 ti

R9 270X $159.99
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161442

750Ti averages $120 on newegg

R7 265 = $110 on newegg



R7 265 = 7850

R9 270 = 7870

R9 270X = 7870 Overclocked.

All depends on what you want to pay

For the same price the 265 is the better option in terms of pure performance. But for $30-40 more you can gain a lot more performance.

Another option is to look around for a used 7870 or older 7950 / 7970 second hand. While not amazing they still pack a punch for the price.

Seen GTX 760s going for around $120 or so second hand.
 
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I want to man just for the Geforce Experience alone.. but looking at the other side of the fence are what seems like better spec cards for the same price..

Whats so great about GeForce Experience? I've been founding it quite annoying, it sits there and does nothing.
 
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Nvidia seems to make better drivers for their cards.

About GeForce Experience, I use it for all my games that are being supported by GeForce Experience, I don't need to figure out myself anymore how to get the best optimal performance/image quality.
 
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Meh if you lean towards Nvidia just for GFE I would definitely skip it. Geforce Experience is nothing more than a glorified settings menu, you can find the same stuff in the vanilla settings - WITHOUT the nuisance of having some games changing settings that are not to your taste. For example, I like my games without Motion Blur. There is no way to exclude such settings changes in GFE.

If you lean towards Nvidia for Shadowplay or general 'care-free' performance I would understand it, the whole ecosystem/driver setup is far more mature and complete than AMD's offering. But AMD is catching up quickly lately - but still has a lot to win in the 'ease of use' department.

If you are just looking at performance, in midrange AMD is a no-brainer.
 
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an aftermarket 270 will give you stock 270x performance for the most part which would be 50% faster than the 750 ti

Lets not exaggerate. An R9 270 would be ~30% faster than a GTX 750 Ti. The 750 Ti will OC very easily, with a ~15% performance increase over reference clocks on stock voltage being typical.

Not seeing any good deals on AMD at the moment. Nothing that beats this 750 Ti at Newegg for $100: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ..._mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na&cm_sp=
 
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Lets not exaggerate. An R9 270 would be ~30% faster than a GTX 750 Ti. The 750 Ti will OC very easily, with a ~15% performance increase over reference clocks on stock voltage being typical.

Not seeing any good deals on AMD at the moment. Nothing that beats this 750 Ti at Newegg for $100: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ..._mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na&cm_sp=

ORLY?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161411
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161410

Either one of these would handily beat that GTX 750 Ti whether your overclock them or not. Plus there's no rebate to mess with to get that low price.
 

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Keep in mind thats with rebate and those tend to take 2-3 months to come through at least with my experience on MSI products.

Also the 270 tends to clock as well, the 7870 ./ 270 / 270x tend to perform very similarly and when overclocked can reach 7950 performance levels making for a 50% gain over the 750Ti

That said a R7 265 is a rebranded 7850 and tends to overclock as well. But its a personal preference thing since the AMD GPUs come with games that can be sold off to lower the cost or keep them if you want the games.

These older models however do not come with games. That said still cheaper and offer better performance than the 750ti
HD 7850 = R7 265 for $89
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161426

HiS 7870 GHz Edition $119
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161410

Reference 7950 3GB $139
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161400
 
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Actually the "Performance per Dollar" diagram is old, if you look at the new one, AMD literally stomps the Nvidia in this regard, with R9 290 and 270X leading.

Just get the 270X, it's a little old but really great card.
 
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Actually the "Performance per Dollar" diagram is old, if you look at the new one, AMD literally stomps the Nvidia in this regard, with R9 290 and 270X leading.
Just get the 270X, it's a little old but really great card.

Based on retail though, so varies a lot depending on sales.

The 7870s that Jeffredo posted are great deals for this time of year.
 
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Also the 270 tends to clock as well, the 7870 ./ 270 / 270x tend to perform very similarly and when overclocked can reach 7950 performance levels making for a 50% gain over the 750Ti

You're still comparing an OC 7870 to a *non* OC 750 Ti to get that 50%. That doesn't make sense.
 
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