The perfect performance to price ratio gpu

TheNachoman180

Honorable
Jan 9, 2013
77
0
10,640
Hey guys, im looking for the perfect performance to price ratio gpu. I will be playing high end games at 1080p (60hz) and i am yet to find the perfect graphics card. I am thinking of either a Palit GeForce GTX 670 Jetstream 2GB, a Gigabyte GeForce GTX 660 Ti 3GB OC or a Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 Overclocked 2GB. They have to be on www.pccasegear.com

I am looking to play bf3 at solid 60fps and new games such as borderlands 2 crysis 3, arma III maybe, dayz, dayz standalone, new nfs games, black ops 2, etc at max settings. (Probably 60+ fps on all games except crysis and maybe arma, but definitely 60+ fps for crysis 2, bf3, bo2, bl2 and nfs)

What are your recommendations? Will the 660s 192 bit bus matter? Is it worth the extra $ to jump from the 660 to the 670? (IM STICKING WITH NVIDIA)

also, what card has the best cooling? Is it worth the extra $20 to jump from the Palit to the Gigabyte? Also the case is a coolermaster elite 430, the cpu is an i7 3770k, the psu is a tx850 and the motherboard is an asrock z77 extreme4
 
I would say you would be better off with the best card that you can afford. I would also advise for a different 670 then the palit 670. The gigabyte is a pretty decent 670 card I have the one you are referring to the ASUS 670 DCUII cad is pretty good as well as the power edition from MSI.

The 660Ti is a strong card however I would suspect for the future generation of games and handling games at the frames you are you are better off getting the 670 as it will be able to handle things more to your liking.

I'd also take a look at pcpartpicker to get a feeling for pricing. The gigabyte card seems to be one of the cheaper cards the overclocked version which is a steal because it performs on par with the others.

http://au.pcpartpicker.com/parts/video-card/#m=8,14,18,27&c=101&sort=a5

 

TheNachoman180

Honorable
Jan 9, 2013
77
0
10,640
Well the issue I have with the Palit one is what tomshardware had to say about it.

Like the GeForce GTX 680 that came before it based on the same JetStream design, this card is a noisemaker. Unfortunately, it doesn't translate that noise and the advantage of a big three-slot cooler into exceptional thermal performance. As with the Gainward submission, we recommend tuning this board's fans manually.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-670-test-review,3217-14.html
[flash=560,315]http://www.youtube.com/v/CKshBLLCdBo?hl=en_US&version=3[/flash]
 
The difference is that the components are stronger on the overclocked version. The 670 overclocked edition is essentially on a 680 PCB, and yes the 3 fan design keeps the card cooler I would say.

DSCN0183_zpse3950836.jpg
 

stantheman123

Distinguished
Aug 21, 2011
663
0
19,010



Oh no im not saying its great or anything im just saying my mate experience with the card. i personally wouldnt get the card either. he loves it. but its pretty loud. too loud for my liking. but hes more of a perfomance dont care noise guy haha.

Yea a gigabyte would be a much better choice