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The R7 265 is more powerful by about 10-15%, but it also costs more and consumes much more power while creating a bit more heat.

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They're about the same, but the 265 is slightly more powerful. I would go for the 750Ti, just because at the moment, AMD and all of their prices are driver issues are bullshit, whereas Nvidia doesn't have that problem. What will you use your system for?

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They're about the same, but the 265 is slightly more powerful. I would go for the 750Ti, just because at the moment, AMD and all of their prices are driver issues are bullshit, whereas Nvidia doesn't have that problem. What will you use your system for?

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750Ti without a single doubt.

AMD's driver support is already a reason to not buy the 265.

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The 750 Ti is slower overall, but I would go for it, considering it has 60W TDP and the AMD card has 150W TDP. You could also overclock the 750 Ti much more than the R7 265.

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The 750 Ti is slower overall, but I would go for it, considering it has 60W TDP and the AMD card has 150W TDP. You could also overclock the 750 Ti much more than the R7 265.

 

On average when gaming, the R7-265 used only 30w higher than 750Ti. A normal light bulb use more than 30w.

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R7-265 is basically a HD7850. HD7850 is a well known overclocking monster, most people can easily overclock this pass 1100mhz.

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Almost on par with R9-270x.

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On average when gaming, the R7-265 used only 30w higher than 750Ti. A normal light bulb use more than 30w.

I would say 30W is still not a small difference. Plus the 750 Ti is cheaper. But I guess if the OP wants the absolute best in that class he should get the 270. I would say that's a far better choice than the 265. It all depends on much he wants to pay. The cards are priced according to their performance.

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I would say 30W is still not a small difference. Plus the 750 Ti is cheaper. But I guess if the OP wants the absolute best in that class he should get the 270. I would say that's a far better choice than the 265. It all depends on much he wants to pay. The cards are priced according to their performance.

 

Depend on how much cheaper the 750 Ti for TS, at my country the 750 Ti is only $10-$15 cheaper compare to R7-265.

 

30w of electricity is small, people often overlook it like leaving the light or keep the TV on. Unless the electricity is uber expensive from where TS live, i'll still recommend 265 over 750ti.

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