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apos2010
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Videocard: radeon hd 3200 onboard
Processor: Phenom 9950 Ocd 3ghz
Mainboard: Asrock 780gxe
Memory: 4 Gb 1x4 DDR2 kingston hx
Soundcard: asus xonar d1
PSU: hec compucase 500w
Default recommend me a card - 01-31-2011, 13:05 | posts: 6

Hello can u recommend me a card!

i am between 6950 2 gb and 6870 1gb
witch is better .? im playing at 1600x900.
i care maxing all details but no AA or AF.
i play crysis gta the most and the new crysis and other new games
i was thought for 6950 but its a waste the 2 gb memory ? maybe its futureproof for tomorrows games.
   
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Videocard: GTX 780 GHz/HD7970
Processor: i7 3770K/Phenom 1055T
Mainboard: P8Z77-V/880G Extreme3
Memory: DDR3 8 GB/DDR3 8 GB
Soundcard: Asus Xonar DS
PSU: Corsair 750W/Coolerm 800W
Default 01-31-2011, 14:24 | posts: 1,110

The new 6950 1gb costs little more than a 6870 and is as fast as the 2gb version at your resolution.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon...560-ti-review/
   
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Videocard: radeon hd 3200 onboard
Processor: Phenom 9950 Ocd 3ghz
Mainboard: Asrock 780gxe
Memory: 4 Gb 1x4 DDR2 kingston hx
Soundcard: asus xonar d1
PSU: hec compucase 500w
Default 01-31-2011, 15:33 | posts: 6

thanx so 2 gb wont benefit me ? for the future i mean
   
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