What Generation Video Card(s) Do You Have?

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I just recently had 2 Sapphire Toxic RADEON HD 4870 in Crossfire. Bought them in early 2009 when they had already been on the market for a while so I got a good price on them; otherwise I would bought only two of them. It made sense to SLI.

Just replaced them with an MSI RADEON 7970. Very happy with this card as I got it for less than what a good GTX 680 would cost you. In reality, the GTX 670 can perform as well or better in some games when compared to the RADEON 7970. The same can be said in reverse. But, the RADEON 7970 can perform better than the GTX 680 in some games but the GTX 680 OC'd versions on average perform SLIGHTLY better. So, the RADEON 7970 is a good sweet spot considering what price you can get them at with one real negative; they require about 50W more on full to power and as result they are not as quiet with the required thermal dissipation solutions for them.

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Anonymous

Sold my two 6970 recently and "upgraded" to an ASUS 7970. You might wonder why that is since two 6970's in Crossfire is a bit more powerful in most games than a 7970. Well, because of the microstuttering. I couldn't stand it. The GPU-setup just wasn't optimal, I'd rather lose a few FPS than having to deal with the horrible optimization problems from AMD.

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I still rock a GTA 260 on my home pc witch I use when I have some breaks from school.
For my Laptop I have a 650M

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I have two GTX480 cards in SLI.
People complained about them running hot, but the performance is amazing. Still no trouble running anything and I only have a Core 2 Quad Q9550.

Anonymous

I have two HD7970 in my gaming rig and a HD5970 in my media rig

Anonymous

i got a asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5, i bought it immediately when it was releases because i was done with my ati 5850 toxic
this one is really fast !!! it was difficult to get hold on in the beginning but i got one
sadly enough the first one was defect, games and benchmarks stopped working after 2-3 minutes, got it doa'ed by the shop and this one works like a dream !
i'm planning to upgrade to has swell (when there's no usb problem anymore) and maybe get a second one when it get's too slow, but i don't see that happening very fast :p it's very quiet in idle and full load and also very easy to overclock (as it's allreay factory overcloced)
very nice product from asus !!!

Anonymous

Gigabyte GTX 660oc - runs everything at high (if not highest settings) on my 1080 monitor. have always preferred Nvidia as i find their drivers more reliable. The one time i went Radeon it ended in tears! nothing but trouble and it put me off their products for ever. I'm sure its different now but the damage has already been done so i stick with Nvidia. Also the 3d solution on nvidia is a doddle to set up (even on my LG passive 3d monitor it works like a charm once you install the driver work round).
I am tempted with buying a 670 or 680 but with a single 1080 monitor it probably isn't worth it.

Anonymous

You're entirely correct. On a single 1920x1080 panel a 660 or 660 TI is just fine. It's when you jump up to WQHD(2560x1440) that a GTX 670 makes sense. A GTX 680 at this level is even justifiable if you can find one at a good price like the MSI version. It makes a difference of about 4 FPS on the minimum FPS, high 20's versus mid-20s, when comparing GTX 680 and 670 in intense games on WQHD.

Anonymous

ATI Radeon 5800, seems to do everything I need for Video quality and games :)

Anonymous

Nvidia GT440 (I know, you don't need to give me "the look") and a HD7850 -- Really loving the hell out of the latter one.

Anonymous

amd 6850, amd 5550, amd 4350, nvidia 450, nvidia 6150se, nvidia mx440, nvidia 105m

Anonymous

Until recently, I had an ancient 9800. It was a Gigabyte "Silent Cell" series card, I very much liked the fact that it was passively cooled. I use my computer professionally, and I need it to be dead silent.

But these days, there's no need for passive cooling anymore, state of the art active cooling can be dead silent too. I now own an Asus DirectCU II OC GTX 670. The fact that it fits into a Cooler Master HAF X case with obsene levels of air flow despite of dead silent fan speeds may have something to do with it, but it runs super silent and still very cool.

I'd recommend that card to anyone...

Alltough, I do feel the GTX TITAN has way more geek value. I may upgrade, the reason I haven't sofar is that I'm not quite sure it can be made to be equally silent. Yeah, it's expensive. Don't buy it if you're a gamer, because a GTX 690 is more suitable for gaming, I think, and a SLI setup with two or three Asus DirectCU II OC GTX 670 card would still be very quite and excellent for gaming. But the TITAN has good floating point. Essentially, it's not just a card for gaming, it's a compute card. If you even know what that means, it may be good value to you.

Anonymous

I have nvidia geforce GTX 670 asus Direct CUII)... and yeah , I'm happy with it...
runs cool, and great for 1080P gaming ...:)

Anonymous

At this moment i'm using a MSI GTX 580 TwinFrozr III. Superpleased with it. Playing some Battlefield 3 with autosettings and some of the settings are up at 'Ultra' but most of the are still at 'High'.

If i'd get to choose what card i would prefer it would probably be a GTX690. I would go for Nvidia Before AMD simply because the last GPU i used was an AMD-card and it was nothing but trouble with Everything from screenconfiguration to drivers to cooling and so on.
A GTX690 would be the card of my Dreams!

Anonymous

HD6970, i feel it's time to upgrade soon.

Anonymous

working an evga 550ti, just fine

Anonymous

I have an HD4850 512MB.

Anonymous

I have a GTX680. And what I would like? Quad SLI GTX Titans.

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I have had a Sapphire 7950 for about 2 months. I play Battlefield 3, and have been very pleased with the card so far.

Anonymous

I have Nvidia GeForce GTX 600 Series

My card-
Zotac 670 AMP

Anonymous

Gtx 275 sli desktop
Ati mobile radeon 5870 alienware laptop

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running a Sapphire 7950 Boost

You dont know me but that's the way i like it!

Anonymous

running 2 9800gtx+ in sli works well

Anonymous

I have a card from every single generation of nvidia card line

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GTX 295 on my desktop machine and a 670M on my gaming notebook.

Anonymous

I own an 7870 at 7 months, i was really happy about thta card. Know my card burn [ef you know what a mean x)] and im going to get a gtx 680. Thancks to my warranty! Be Happy!

Anonymous

Two AMD Radeon HD5850 in Crossfire, overclocked and watercooled.
I can run Crysis 3 at High with 60fps so i'm still quite happy with these video cards.
I think I will keep these video cards for another year.

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Looks like NVIDIA 600 Series is winning so far.

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Anonymous

Asus 650 TI Direct CU, built a budget gaming rig and very happy with it, the card and the price, the sad part is if only I waited a few more months I would have bought the 650 TI Boost almost the same price.
Regards from Portugal

Anonymous

2 Geforce GTX Titan in SLI, with plans for a third

Anonymous

Main rig has HD 6970 OC, two other rigs have 9800GTX-OC and a 7900GTX Ultra+

Anonymous

I have AMD HD 5000 Series GPU. It is Sapphire 5670 1GB GDDR5. I am happy with it. It can run most new games without a struggle ( not every game on MAX settings)

Anonymous

I have two GTX 580s 1.5gb in SLI. They are great, love them! Too bad they cost a fortune in 2011 :p

Anonymous

I have two MSI GTX570 Twin frozr 3 power edition in SLI! Love them, really great gaming experience, excellent cooling and low noise levels.

Anonymous

John chambers

560ti448 SLI using 1 msi card and 1 EVGA card

Anonymous

I have a Sapphire AMD HD 7850 2GB OC Edition and it is great for the price, if you are looking for a cheap well performing GPU and your from the UK I highly recommend getting it, I got mine for £150 approx. and I have seen them for less.

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have two sapphire 7970 vaporx ghz 6 gig edition playing crysis3 on ultra eyefinity 50fps bioshock infinity on ultra as well loving these cards

Anonymous

have two sapphire 7970 vaporx ghz 6 gig edition for eyefinity set up loving it

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have two sapphire 7970 vaporx ghz 6 gig edition

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I have a GTX 560 (non-Ti). It's decent but I can't max out everything at 1080p and the 1GB frame buffer reaches its limits quite often.

BF3 on High 1080p get playable 40-60 fps in multiplayer
Crysis 3 on Medium 1080p, playable 40-60 fps.

I am upgrading to a GTX 670, just paid for it today. Waiting on shipping.

Anonymous

Pony gtx560 works great for me since I like older role playing games

Anonymous

GTX 470. Still runs things fine, and I blame consoles.

Anonymous

EVGA GTX570

Love it

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Got a GTX680SC (EVGA Signature) for my main gaming rig, dual GTX560ti DirectCU II in my old gaming rig (still run's almost everything maxed out tho) and a HD5770 (Sapphire) in my HTPC

Gaming PC: MSI Z77A-G45 ::: Intel Core I7 3770k @ 4.83Ghz ::: EVGA GTX680SC Signature ~1300mhz Boost/7122mhz ram ::: 16GB 4*4gb G.Skill 2240mhz CL10 ::: ASUS Xonar DX ::: Crucial M4 128gb (windows) + Intel 330 180gb (Steam games) + 1TB Caviar Black (storage) ::: Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold M1000 ::: Antec P280 ::: Noctua NHU12P SE2 ::: ASUS VE247H ::: Logitech G510 ::: Cooler Master Storm Sentinel II ::: Logitech X530 ::: Steelseries Siberia V-2 Black & gold edition

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MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC 2GB
Pretty happy with it. Spending money to play certain games at higher settings is not worth it imo.
However i am planning on upgrading to the next gen cards. AMD or Nvidia depends on what performs the best within my price range.
I have heard there will be a never settle campaign again, i might get on then. nearly did last time :P

Anonymous

I have an Nvidia GTX 120 running it like a Boss ~^O^~ but I'm going to upgrade it for an AMD Radeon 7950 hopefully this year *^▁^*

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I have a HD 5870 and a GTX Titan.

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I have a Gainward GT 640, and it performs like a beast for such a little card. Almost as well as the two SLId 8800 GTXs I replaced with it.