The Fury X is 350$ cheaper than the titan x and will out perform it once drivers are being developed.
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No problem :)
I would stay away from the 960 because it lacks in vram. Too be completely honest i would go with the 280x or the 290 almost the same prices which will run them at medium - maxed out at 60 fps. But if you're willing to spend the money for a 970 i would get that.
MSI's is really good any way they'll all work better
Yes at higher resolutions it's for 1080p gaming so the 970 will perform better.
Yes, for the 970 for sure. I'm almost positive you'll be fine with a 290.
The cooler isn't great for cooling. Might as well spend an extra $20 and get a 970 with performs better at 1080p and uses less power and runs a lot cooler.
Might be a little bit more but it will last longer. The 2GB of VRam isn't enough today. Depending on the games you play it will get extremely close and start to bottleneck.
One is newer than one other.
Damn that's a long while for one of those to be released.
If you want to spend under $300 get a 290 but make sure you get one with a good cooler. The best coolers are the vapor x and pci +. If you can spend $320 get a 970.
280x wins and your 650 watt psu should be good.
Has more vram than the 960. So, it will outlast the 960
Depends how much you're willing to spend. If you want to spend $250 - $280 get a 280x(Has 3gb of ram will last longer) performs better than nVidia's 960. If you're willing to spend $270 get a 290. $320 - 350 get a 970.
Well if you're playing 1080p games and don't plan on upgrading to a 1440p screen anytime soon just go with the 970. The 970 performs better at 1080p by a couple fps and it's like $10 - $20 cheaper.
Yeah i was looking at some benchmarks seems the 290x performs almost equal with the 980 at 4k
Sorry about that. But I would just get a 290x. It's $200 cheaper down the line with that extra $200 you could get a new card or buy another 290x and upgrade the psu. Running any game fi the next 5+ years.
Seems like this one is pretty good.
But with that logic you might as well wait til next year and the cycle continues.
If you're planning to game at 1080p get the 970. But if you want to game at 1440p get a 290x
Was reading this thread on reddit.
This one is pretty high quality with at most 2 pixels dead.
Link to acer one?
Not sure for rendering. I almost positive though the more vram the better for it.
I can see why it's dropping price. It only has 3gb of vram and the 970 performs almost the same as it for 1080p
Not exactly sure what you're trying to say.
Yeah, i remember seeing something like that for amd.
yeah the 980 out performs the 290x but he's talking about the 970.
no, i know amd is doing some research and development right now to do that. But at this point in time if you sli cards that are 4 gb you only have 4 gb of vram
I would go with two titan x if you had the money but again two 980's is still pretty feature proof for the next 5+ years. Also the performance per card drops off one the 3rd one.
When using sli it doesn't double the amount of vram. So, it would still have the 12gb of vram.
The 290x pretty much is almost even with the 970 in 1080p. Due to the higher frame buffer and stuff the 290x performs better at 1440p and 4k gaming. With the extra .5 vram it will last a little longer since games today will require more than the 3.5gb. But getting a 290x you'll need like a 750w psu.
Yup moved up and card is no longer sagging.
yh lol i found a temp fix
look at reddit they lied about specs and so on
Good to know might buy one i found a temp solution with my wireless cards antennas thanks for letting me know!
Just used my wireless card's antennas since i don't use it because it's a piece of ****.
How would you fix gpu sag and sadly i wish i knew about the ssd sooner.
How would u fix that.
Yeah i use to have a wireless card but it was **** so i'll end up moving it there.
Other than what I said it's a pretty good build
That cable managing though lel
Yes, it has the same single threaded performance as the "K" verision
Not a 2-way SLI because the titan z is a dual gpu