That stopped being true many years ago. NVidia has had some spectacular driver failures in the past few years, too. I choose whichever one offers the best value at the time that I'm purchasing. Right now, that would be: Radeon HD7770, HD7850, HD7870, GeForce GTX660Ti, Radeon HD7950, GeForce GTX670, GTX680, or Radeon HD7970. All of these use current-generation GPUs fabricated at 28nm. For your budget, I recommend something like a Radeon HD7850 2GB, hot-clocked from the factory at 975 MHz (vs. the original 860).Tyjet wrote:I would rather stick with an nVidia card as ATI cards are a lot more prone to compatibility issues with the game and are more likely to have graphical glitches etc.
If you're not buying in the next 30 days, there is no point in wasting time coming up with component lists. In three months, new products will be available and prices will be different.Tyjet wrote:I'm not going to go ahead and order anything until nearer christmas (don't really have the money atm anyway).
Yes, very much so.Tyjet wrote:What exactly are the pros & cons of an SSD? Are they quicker?
What exactly are the pros & cons of an SSD? Are they quicker?