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evga gtx 970 acx 2.0 $329.99 usd

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i know that the cooler is reused from the 980 but i say at the price of the reference coolers its worth it http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-video-card-04gp42972kr btw its the non overclocked one

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Still worth the extra $20 to get the Windforce X3

the acx 2.0 on the 970 is still as good as the others

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the acx 2.0 on the 970 is still as good as the others

Yes... But please try checking the stock instead of linking a pcpartpicker. It is out of stock on newegg and a few weeks for amazon.

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Yes... But please try checking the stock instead of linking a pcpartpicker. It is out of stock on newegg and a few weeks for amazon.

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Would it be worth it to upgrade from a MSI 770 4GB to a 970?

I'm thinking of just waiting, as the 770 is still a great card, but the 970 looks so sexy for the price...

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Would it be worth it to upgrade from a MSI 770 4GB to a 970?

I'm thinking of just waiting, as the 770 is still a great card, but the 970 looks so sexy for the price...

If you can sell the 770 for a decent price then yeah it would be a good idea.

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If you can sell the 770 for a decent price then yeah it would be a good idea.

 

I guess, if i could sell it for around $300 sure (new goes for about $400) but I only game at 1680x1050, 60hz (old monitor) so theres really nothing I can throw at it to make it drop below 60 fps.

I'm not too sure I'll need a ~20% max performance increase for anything coming out in the next year or two.

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I guess, if i could sell it for around $300 sure (new goes for about $400) but I only game at 1680x1050, 60hz (old monitor) so theres really nothing I can throw at it to make it drop below 60 fps.

I'm not too sure I'll need a ~20% max performance increase for anything coming out in the next year or two.

Then don't worry about it. 

 

And with 970s at only slightly above $300 you would NOT be able to sell a 770 for $300. $200, maybe.

 

If you are at 1680x1050 don't worry about it.

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Then don't worry about it. 

 

And with 970s at only slightly above $300 you would NOT be able to sell a 770 for $300. $200, maybe.

 

If you are at 1680x1050 don't worry about it.

 

Yeah, I feel that. I'm from Canada too so prices are a bit higher here. You're right though, would be hard to sell a 770 when 970 is such a good price.

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