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webdesignerart says

Hi friends,

I want to buy graphics card for my 3d modeling project. so now these days Nvidia and ATI are very famous and in use.

So which is better in terms of cost effective and best in performance.

if you have any other graphics card which best then ATI and Nvidia please share your experience.

Thanks :)

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

I have 2 x Palit GeForce GTX 260 Sonic 1792MB GDDR3 in SLI , doesn’t really buckle at all :)

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crozer says

A tiny bit outdated, but still useful: http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.html

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Landonw says

Invest in yourself:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121470

I don’t do any 3D work so I have a 2GB Sapphire Radeon HD 4950 – it’s great, has like 2 mini display ports, HDMI , and 2x DVI .

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crozer says

I’m getting a huge BOXX extreme model only for the purpose of VFX . It’s just insane the amount of resources you need to cope with that.

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webdesignerart says

No get much get idea yet about which is good to use.

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TechFish says

Hi,

base on my experience, I prefer NVIDIA , I’ve used ATI before and my experience is not that good, maybe because that time their technology is not that established, that was 6 years ago, but I dont have problem with my NVIDIA graphic card right now, works well with my pc unit. Have a nice day

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wickedpixel says
A good article – Best Graphics Cards For The Money: October 2011:
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-graphics-card-gaming-performance,3042.html

Gaming performance pretty much translates in performance in graphical software.
I preffer nVidia too.
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3alisha says

ATI all the way !

Massive cards, moreover.. They can cost cheaper than NVIDIA cards. If you want that dual SLI performance. Crossfire is the solution with ATI .

I always worked with ATI , and it NEVER failed :)

@crozer: BOXX !! Wow, congrats ! Huge acquisition :O

Cheers !

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amardeep says

I would recommend NVIDIA Geforce GTS series cards. Bit costlier then ATIs.. but very reliable. I’ve one in my PC and it keeps running quietly without any glitches. I use my PC for nearly 14 hours a day, its been 3 years but no problem with the card till now. By the way, you can go for GTX series, check it out.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/geforce_family.html

Cheers!!

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