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what is everones fav gpu

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My fav GPU is the one with the best performance and which I cant afford... But I'm happy with my 7850 :) Budget friendly overclocker :D


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When I bought mine, I had to buy it that day or else my wife would change her mind and I wouldn't be able to get a decent gfx card at all. Just so happened that the local electronics store(Frys) had just gotten in a shipment of AMD cards but was still waiting on a nvidia shipment. So, I got a 7970 and couldn't be happier. Seriously, as long as the card I have is top-tier and can play any game I want at the max settings, then the gpu and brand name doesn't matter to me.


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I'm really pleased with my EVGA gtx680 so that's my favorite for now but I'll be interesting to so what AMD and Nividia got to offer for us down the line.

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My favourite GPU is the Radeon HD 6950, because when i got it, it had the best price/performance ratio. 200€/270$ for a gpu that powerful (BF3 on ultra with smooth fps) is just awesome.

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My favorite is the one I own; a 680.


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My first decent card, Geforce 2 i could finaly run battlefield 1942 at lans woot!


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The ares 2 dual 7970 has 2. 7970 gpus bulit into 1 gpu
"built in to 1 pcb."

fixed it for ya. :P


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Ha my old agp ati x850 xtpe the fastest agp card ever I love that card it's still in my old pc lasted 8 years that's why I love amd my 6800 died a year after I got the x850.


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| CPU - i5-4670K @ 4.8ghz | CPU Cooler - Antec Kühler H2O 620 | GPU(S) - BIOS MODDED Twin GTX 770 4gb (Gigabyte)-master (Zotac)-slave @ 1337/2000 (8000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI Z87 GD65 Gaming | PSU - Corsair TX850M | Ram - 8gb Gskill RipjawsX @ 1866Mhz | Monitor - Samsung 27" 550 1080p 75Hz | Keyboard - Razer Black-Widow Ultimate 2013 | Storage - 2x 1TB WD-Blacks' | Mouse - AzzA Mouse Would Say "SQUEEKSQUEEK"|

SECONDARY RADEON PC

| CPU - A10-6800K @ 4.6ghz | CPU Cooler - CM Hyper EVO 212 | GPU(S) Twin Radeon 270x 2gb @ 1115/1500 (6000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI FM2-A85XA-G65 | PSU - Logisys 750W | Ram - 8gb @ 1600mhz | Moniter - Acer 24'' 1080p 60Hz
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The 9800gt as it was my first graphics card i'd ever owned and played insane amounts of cod4 on it :)


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i think my favorite has to be the ATI Radeon HD5750, the first graphics chip i got that could actually play the original Crysis decently. it was playable at max even when paired with a dual-core Celeron.

of course, it goes without saying that i've enjoyed playing Mirror's Edge on a GTX460 and Crysis 2 on my current GTX570, even with a low-end Phenom II X4 paired with them.


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Laptop: Asus N56DP-DH11 (AMD A10-4600M - Radeon HD7730M) -------------------------------------------------------- I know, I'm a bit of an AMD fanboy --------------------------------------------------------

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i used to have a HD 5450 with a pentium dual core.

i played crysis ( dont knwo how i did it), farcry 2 and a bunch of NFS games. i even overclocked it, it had a passive cooler i strapped a 80mm fan on it to cool it.

amazing card. after about a year later i sold for 40 bucks

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favorite from AMD/ATI: HD5750 - it was the first graphics chip i got that could run the original Crysis at max settings and still be playable, even when paired with a dual-core Celeron.

favorite from Nvidia: GTX460 - even though i now have a GTX570, the 460 could play Mirror's Edge flawlessly with PhysX on and Metro 2033 at max with a steady 30 fps (i turned on v-sync because my monitor has horrible tearing problems with some games).


Desktop: CM Elite 130 - Corsair CX600M PSU - Asus Maximus VI Impact - Intel Core i7-4790K (@4.4GHz) - Corsair H80i - 2x8GB Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR3-1600 - Asus DirectCUII Radeon R9 290 - 250GB Samsung EVO SSD + 4TB WD Red HDD

Laptop: Asus N56DP-DH11 (AMD A10-4600M - Radeon HD7730M) -------------------------------------------------------- I know, I'm a bit of an AMD fanboy --------------------------------------------------------

"It's not what you drive; it's how you drive it."   ~~Jeremy Clark, TopGear

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lol no agp favorites or you guys weren't hardcore gamers then. my third card the 6800 was when i was like 8 playing up delta force. baby pro.


PRIMARY NVIDIA PC

("I'm a Fanboy of Everything")
| CPU - i5-4670K @ 4.8ghz | CPU Cooler - Antec Kühler H2O 620 | GPU(S) - BIOS MODDED Twin GTX 770 4gb (Gigabyte)-master (Zotac)-slave @ 1337/2000 (8000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI Z87 GD65 Gaming | PSU - Corsair TX850M | Ram - 8gb Gskill RipjawsX @ 1866Mhz | Monitor - Samsung 27" 550 1080p 75Hz | Keyboard - Razer Black-Widow Ultimate 2013 | Storage - 2x 1TB WD-Blacks' | Mouse - AzzA Mouse Would Say "SQUEEKSQUEEK"|

SECONDARY RADEON PC

| CPU - A10-6800K @ 4.6ghz | CPU Cooler - CM Hyper EVO 212 | GPU(S) Twin Radeon 270x 2gb @ 1115/1500 (6000 Effective) | Mobo - MSI FM2-A85XA-G65 | PSU - Logisys 750W | Ram - 8gb @ 1600mhz | Moniter - Acer 24'' 1080p 60Hz
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