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Old 02-19-2010, 12:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I would say the 5750. Consumes less power, produces less heat. It generally beats the GTS 250. Plus, you can OC it too.
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I would say the 5750. Consumes less power, produces less heat. It generally beats the GTS 250. Plus, you can OC it too.
>Implying you can't overclock a GTS 250

Let me see a 5750 do PhysX

PhysX makes games more visually appealing. imo
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Old 02-19-2010, 03:53 PM   #4 (permalink)
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hey orihS ‪‪‪Shiro u can overlock the 250 see 4 your self BFG GeForce GTS 250 OverClocked Video Card - 1024MB GDDR3, PCI Express 2.0, (2) Dual Link DVI, SLI Ready at TigerDirect.com
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>Implying you can't overclock a GTS 250

Let me see a 5750 do PhysX

PhysX makes games more visually appealing. imo
That's not at all what he was implying. However, with less power consumption and less heat, the 5750 would be able to overclock higher and faster. The GTS 250 is a standard 512mb card with 256-bit GDDR3 bus. That means that the 1GB card won't even see hardly any benefit at all over the 512mb version because of that bus limitation. Not to mention you are basically buying the age old 8800GTS with a new name and new higher price and only DX10 support. The 5750 is a brand new card with DX11 support and a standard 1GB card with GDDR5.

You should also know that PhysX is not even supported by every game and that even when it is, it really only affects a few minor things like particle flow and water.
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>Implying you can't overclock a GTS 250

Let me see a 5750 do PhysX

PhysX makes games more visually appealing. imo
What if the person is not a gamer? What is the appeal of a GTS 250 then?

Talk about implying information....
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there are a very few number of games that use physx anyway.
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Let me see a 5750 do PhysX
PhysX makes games more visually appealing. imo
It would be a stretch i would think, to say that PhysX is used in even 1% of games....
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DirectCompute and OpenCL will inevitably be used in games instead of PhysX.
Game developers aren't going to cut off half their userbase.
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>Implying you can't overclock a GTS 250

Let me see a 5750 do PhysX

PhysX makes games more visually appealing. imo
ATI wins this round dude. The 5750 is better than a GTS 250. Physx are not a huge deal at this point anyways. less than 2% of games support physx, so that is irrelevant.
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