I wanna play GTA V on 1080p60FPS but I'm on a budget. Should I go 750 ti or 950?
HEY GUYS, SHOULD I GET "X" OR "Y"
DUDE, YOU REALLY SHOULD GET "A"
950 is close to 1080/60 for gta5 but youre gonna need like a 970 to guarantee it.
if youre building your own pc in full go for the 950 between the two. honestly you wont get great performance but youll get good performance, which is good enough for while you wait for the new series.
For reference, I have an i7 2700K/GTX 960 2GB and it runs rock solid 60 FPS at 1920x1080 with a mix of high / very high settings.
No MSAA or any of the advanced graphics options enabled, though.
shit the price difference is like 20 bucks, just get the 950
of course those happy merchants at nvidia will probably gimp the performance of the 950 by forcing games that are "optimized" with GameWorks be forced run at 1280x tesselation soon and gimp the 950 like it was a 750 soon as the 1000 line of cards are out but whatever it's still a kawaii ass little card son
950, still low price and higher price per performance than the 750ti as well as the 960.
You cant use the 750ti 1gb version and expect to play new games with stable performance, and the price difference between the 750ti 2gb version and the 950 2gb is a minor one while the performance difference is considerable.
I would however try to find some fresh pre-owned graphics card if you want to save money or get more performance out of your budget.
I honestly cant believe fucking retards that would think a smaller number would be better than a higher number
why the fuck would they release a weaker card AFTER the first card and even give it a higher number if it would perform less?
Goddamn some of you retards really need to have it spelled out for them
dude it's a budget card. anybody who just buys graphics cards based on the number on the box is a fucking idiot. "this number isn't high enough! mommy i want the one with the higher number!!"
Assuming that you'll have a crappy CPU and shitty everything else, you can remove like 5 fps from each line on the graph for your intended build.
that isn't how it works. the higher number cards are usually released first, and sometimes lower number cards will come out later but will be based on a newer architecture than their higher number counterparts, with compelling implications like better power usage than on the architecture used in the higher numbered products
>mfw was upgrading to second hand 270x
>mfw 2hr massive pricedrop on amazon
>mfw gtx960 for 123
I was able to get a 970 from jet for $250 a little while back. I've been doing 1440 at 60fps. I couldn't get anything better because I'm using a work station pc with a shitty psu but I'm certainly not unhappy with my purchase.