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Which one card is better even if I overclock?
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The GTX its obvious
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Originally Posted by GreekBostonBoy+;13886434 
The GTX its obvious

Obvious?

perfrel.gif

GTX460 768mb is only 2% faster.

Yeah, its not obvious.

Research things before you say random stuff.

I suspect the HD4890 would be better after overclocking as a lot of HD4890's overclock like crazy, and it has more VRAM, which will help with certain games.
Edited by Cyph3r - 6/17/11 at 7:49am
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If you dont care about Dx11 go for the hd4890, you will find very handfull the 1GB ram for games.

BTW Vapor X model is more overlock friendly with this cooler on the other hand green edition palit is made to has less power consumption i wouldnt recommend those models (green edition) for overlocking .
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Cyph3r;13906003 
Obvious?

perfrel.gif

GTX460 768mb is only 2% faster.

Yeah, its not obvious.

Research things before you say random stuff.

I suspect the HD4890 would be better after overclocking as a lot of HD4890's overclock like crazy, and it has more VRAM, which will help with certain games.

Those 460s overclock like crazy as well and I'm willing to bet if they rerun those benchmarks it would be different. They re-use numbers from previous runs so newer drivers aren't taken into account.
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Well, my 460 gets ~15k on vantage performance run.

This is an OC'd 4890.
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Get's the same as my stock 460.

Go with the 460.
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Synthetic benchmarks aren't worth squat as they don't represent real life performance. Just saying.
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