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Linus did a comparison video on the ncix Channel about the gtx760 nonteference models.

I need to know wich GTX 760 I shold buy, I would also like to ask dose it have the Live streaming thing.

 

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Thanks everyone and yes i did mean shodow play

But what is the quietest though

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One of the two fan coolers probably, I'm not sure which is the quietest though.

 

EDIT: Nope I'm wrong looks like the three fan Windforce is quieter.

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Thanks everyone and yes i did mean shodow play

But what is the quietest though

 

Most of them will be quite quiet at idle and will ramp up when gaming. If you have a good case with good airflow, they should not exceed the sound of your case fans.

If you get the non-SC EVGA ACX card, it will be really quiet. 

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ACX EVGA... all the way for 760. do not listen to anyone the tells you differently

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Most of them will be quite quiet at idle and will ramp up when gaming. If you have a good case with good airflow, they should not exceed the sound of your case fans.

If you get the non-SC EVGA ACX card, it will be really quiet. 

 

The Gigabyte is quieter than the EVGA. Not by much thou. However, If you're going for complete silence, that Gigabyte and the MSI are your best bet. I have two MSI 780tis and they are dead quiet. Also, next time be sure to put your topics in the right thread. And welcome to the forum  :)

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Edit: another graph. MSI and Gigabyte are within margin of error of each other. 

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yes i am gunna be y dont u get the 970 or the  770

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Thanks everyone I have desided to get the EVGA ACX :)

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yes i am gunna be y dont u get the 970 or the  770

 

Because they are more expensive...

 

This. It may come as a shock to you, but not everyone wants to spend big dollars on a PC. And considering live streaming was specifically mentioned, I'm gonna guess OP is probably playing something like LoL or CS:GO which isn't too demanding

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yes i am gunna be y dont u get the 970 or the  770

Holy shit, that grammar.

 

But anyways, considering the GTX 770 was discontinued, most don't want to buy a used card and the GTX 970 costs over $100 more than the 760 and is harder to get. Not everyone has the extra money to dish out on a GPU, and a 760 is more than sufficient for 1080p gaming.

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Usually you pick the one with the best overclock, the one you trust the most or the one with the best return policy and customer service in your region.

 

I personnally like Asus and MSI but you can't really go wrong on any of them.

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i have a 760 windforce and its awsome BTW very quiet full load and them fans are still quiet

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Linus did a comparison video on the ncix Channel about the gtx760 nonteference models.

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look for clearance deals, IMO the 760 will need to be upgraded within the next 2 years. you could get the 290X for £200 or even a 780 TI for £200-300. 

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they are still excellent flagship-level products and will last for the next 3 years easily

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look for clearance deals, IMO the 760 will need to be upgraded within the next 2 years. you could get the 290X for £200 or even a 780 TI for £200-300. 

well im sorry that i cant spend more money then my budget!

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If you haven't already considered it, the R9 280 is consistently faster than the GTX 760 and usually available for the same price or cheaper.

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