Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by francis511, Apr 14, 2013.
HD7770 or so
Either choice between the HD 7770 or GTX 650 will be far more power efficient than your GTX 275. If it is glitching, it is either a driver issue cause of its age or the card is starting to die.
At the same price point, the GTX 650 Ti Boost is the best bang for your buck card out right now. And by no means should your consider the HD 7790.
The GTX 275 is an intense high-end gaming card, for the 200 series. If you just play flash games even the most simple GPU will work, such as a Intel HD graphic, so how did you get your hands on a graphics card like that. The GT 630 is a low power use, everyday/entertainment card. It uses newer technology but doesn't show the strength that the GTX 275. If you want to continue with the high end, buy it's newer brother the GTX 670.
Everything with the GTX and above 50 (e.g. GTX 550 ti, GTX 650, GTX 460, GTX580) is a gaming, premium card which will usually beat the lower series edition (GTX 680 > GTX 580) and even a 30 series card of today will beat a 5 year-old 75 series card.
If you already have the 275 or both, use the 275 because it will always be stronger (especially if you want to try out Planetside 2 or Battlefield 3) and your system can obviously already handle it. But if religiously play flash games and a HUGE FPS compared to a standard 60 FPS doesn't bother you, use a GT 630 and you'll save on power and have a cooler PC & room
HOW does the GT 240 beat the GT 440???
If you are going for a new card, I would not get anything below the 650ti tbh. Twice as many cuda cores for a little more is worth it imo. Well it would not make much difference in flash gaming, but who knows what else you will want to play in the future
isnt the 275 only DX10? whereas the 630 is DX11. but i think the 275 is more powerful than the 630. http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=609&card2=642
afaik the 630 is a rebranded 440.
i would go with the 275, since its way more powerful. plus DX11 isnt that popular yet.
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