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Sapphire R7 360 OC VS Gainward GTX 750 (non-Ti)

I need some help choosing between these two GPUs. I try to find the answer but for GTX 750 it suggests forums for 750Ti, in which i'm not interested. So please help me.post-194333-0-26436200-1438949621.jpgpost-194333-0-89812600-1438949607.jpg

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360 all the way here, 360 is a little bit faster then the 750 ti. 

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I'm a 750ti user and I love it. The amd cards run too hot and draw too much power IMO. Yeah you might get some more preformance, but the 750ti is so friggin cheap it's not funny. My card does fine in 1080p games at ultra. (I have a good sample though)

750 ti compares to the 370. AMD are also a lot less hot than you believe - open case - 280 is 57*C under max load.

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I'm comparing R7 360 against 750 (non Ti). So it's not 750Ti.

I know, the performance differences (and price) between the 750 and 750ti are slim, I was just talking about my good experience with my card, since mine is close to yours in the lineup.

 

 

750 ti compares to the 370. AMD are also a lot less hot than you believe - open case - 280 is 57*C under max load.

My father has a 7970 ref. blower (he uses OpenCL, maybe its OpenGL, IDK) rendering applications, and it throttles so hard. That pretty much my AMD experience right there, so I may be a little misinformed. I used to use a 3650 for debug purposes, but that doesn't really count.

Your card has an ASUS heat sink, which is good. The 360 he is looking at, has a tiny heatsink, that's not bad, it just that it may run a little hot, depending on his case/other components.

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I know, the performance differences (and price) between the 750 and 750ti are slim, I was just talking about my good experience with my card, since mine is close to yours in the lineup.

 

 

My father has a 7970 ref. blower (he uses OpenCL, maybe its OpenGL, IDK) rendering applications, and it throttles so hard. That pretty much my AMD experience right there, so I may be a little misinformed. I used to use a 3650 for debug purposes, but that doesn't really count.

Your card has an ASUS heat sink, which is good. The 360 he is looking at, has a tiny heatsink, that's not bad, it just that it may run a little hot, depending on his case/other components.

Asus or Sapphire coolers are good for the most part - Just avoid XFX :D

7970 blower designs aren't really a good example. The 6970 and 5870 use to be perfectly fine @ 80*C and 75*C respectively.

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750 ti compares to the 370. AMD are also a lot less hot than you believe - open case - 280 is 57*C under max load.

 

Actually... The 370 is much faster than the 750 Ti. 

The 750 Ti compares to the 260x in which, the 750 Ti is 1~5 fps faster in most games. 

 

The 360(260x) will be faster than the 750.

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