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  1. Thanks for all the replies, I'll keep them in mind. I still don't have the PSU as I'm having issue with money right now, I might have it after a week or so. Suggestions are still welcome.
  2. Thank you very much for the replies , I'll update later when I get the stuff.
  3. If you don't have any plan to run crossfire in future, then a simple PSU like Corsair GS600 would be best choice for you. Although I can't find that in the site that you have linked earlier, but I'm sure that you can find it in other online dealers. @d6bmg Oh,okay, But what would you recommend for running crossfire? @ccokeman I see. I had insufficient balance for the 660 and the 7850 were out of stock yesterday. It's okay though, since I am satisfied with this card. Thanks for the info.
  4. It's a thermaltake 450watts. It was included in my chassis.
  5. The 7850 would cost about 208 usd. I got the 7870 today, I was planning to get the 7850 but I got this instead because the 7850 were out of stock. This 7870 would cost about $261, was it a good deal? I tried the video card earlier and it was really satisfying. It's really fast and smooth at high resolution and max settings on AC3. Only problem I got is... It needs two 6 pin power connector, which my PSU lacks. What I did to make it work was to use two 6pin to 4pin splitter, but since I got only 2 4pins left on my PSU, the fan won't work properly and it freezed while I was play testing AC3. I know its stupid and reckless. Now my problem is, what PSU to get? Additional Info: What I got is the PCS+ 7870 Myst Edition.
  6. Thanks for the info, I think I'll get the 7870.I'll update later after I get it.
  7. I see, what's your opinion about this card? http://pcx.com.ph/powercolor-ax7870-2gbd5-2dhv2.html It should cost about $232. Should I get that one or just stick to HD7850 like EL_Capitan said? And what if I chose the 660? Will there be a big difference? I'd rather not spend more than P10,000(about $242) but if there's a big jump in performance then it's okay. Sorry for asking too many questions. Btw, we have the same pricing as the US, there's not much difference at all, I'll be converting the currency to US dollars from now on for easier understanding.
  8. I see, But what if I want to keep the cost to the minimum (P10,000), what card should I get? Is the 7870 or 7850 a good deal?
  9. Hi, I'm new here and I need an advice on what video card to pick. Here are the list of what I have picked so far: ASUS GTX650 Ti DC2T 1GB DDR5 128bit Inno3D GTX 560 Ti OC 1GB DDR5 256bit PC HD7850 2GB DDR5 256bit ASUS GTX660 DC2 2GB DDR5 192bit ASUS GTX660 OC 2GB DDR5 192bit Sorry if the list is a bit long, I'm a bit new to picking video cards. By the way here's the website of the shop I'm browsing:http://pcx.com.ph/components/graphic-cards-1.html?p=1 I have a budget of P10,000(Philippines Peso) but can go as far as P15,000 if it's worth it. But I would like to keep it to a minimum of 10,000 if possible so I can buy a new PSU. Please do tell if there are cards that are better than what I picked and is inside the range of my budget. Here are my specs : Intel Core i5 3450, 8gb of ram Thanks in advance.
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