Originally posted by Mac_Abane:Both are good. I had bad experience with ATI drivers in the past so I'd take the 670 (that's what I have BTW), but that's just me. If you plan to play lots of games using PhysX like Borderlands 2, the GTX is also the better choice because PhysX is a nVidia proprietary technology. And if I throw all objectivity in the trash, yeah, get the GTX, cause ATI suxxorz.But yeah, strong enough GPU in both cases. If you don't care about the brand, get whichever is cheaper.
Originally posted by ARmodder:AMD for sure although Geforce is better you tend to spend more for their GPU's
Originally posted by Crix:Just know that if you go with ATI exspect a lot time spent either waiting for drivers to be updated or finding a resolution to a driver concern. I love AMD for the CPUs but their GPU's are problematic. I know I can't speak for everyone but that is from personal use with there GPUs. They both have their pros and cons, but in the GPU department Nividia hands down.
Originally posted by =T$ECore= Niko:GTX for me. They are made for games since the ancient.
Originally posted by UW_Shocks -Qosmio-:Wait a couple weeks/months for the GTX 700s and AMD 8000s
Originally posted by Loot_junky:Originally posted by ARmodder:AMD for sure although Geforce is better you tend to spend more for their GPU's Do tell, how are they "better"?
Originally posted by Frankie-Z-:Originally posted by Loot_junky:Do tell, how are they "better"? I have a AMD/ATI pc and an Nvidia/Intel PC .. The only edge is really just the onboard PhysX . which eventually AMD CPUs will handle , as of now though Nvidia Physx software is archaic and seems to only work well with the Nvidia PhysX processor on the Nvidia cardsbut for the price AMD is better ..
Originally posted by Loot_junky:Do tell, how are they "better"?
Originally posted by Zaphod: ATI based cards have always seemed to perform better with those processors (long before the companies combined I said this) and while I have not had any issues with G-Force cards either (just didn't seem to perform as well with AMD processors as they did with Intel processors) I just have always had GREAT performance and service from ATI.
Originally posted by Zaphod:I never said you had to match one with the other (I had the same point made back when I first implied that ATI worked better with AMD) I just said that they seem to perform better when ATI is mated with an AMD processor..