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Peptobismol165

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Hello!
I am eager to get a new graphics card for my PC. I'm just not sure what I want to get! I know I want to get an NVIDIA GTX 560 ti. The thing I'm having problems with is whether or not I want the 1 gb superClocked version from EVGA
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814130610

or the 2 gb version from EVGA:

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814130683

I went ahead and made a comparison Chart:
http://www.newegg.co...055:20548,679:1

My current specs are:

Intel Core i3 2.93 Ghz
4 Gb of DDR3 1600
NVIDIA GTX 250 (512 gb)
850 watts of Power
Monitor capable of 1920x1080
ASUS P7P55 SUPERCOMPUTER motherboard

I plan to dedicate my GTX 250 to PhysX.

Thanks for the help!
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I don't think the extra gig adds a lot of value unless you are gaming at very high resolutions. I'd go with 1GB unless you plan on going 30" or dual-monitor.
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Ok, thanks!
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