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Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post
The difference between %53 and %48 is not %5

53/48 = %10.4 my friend.

OP:-

HD6950 seems like the best option unless you want NVIDIA.


53 - 48 = 5.

So yes, that's 5% difference.
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The difference between %53 and %48 is not %5

53/48 = %10.4 my friend.

OP:-

HD6950 seems like the best option unless you want NVIDIA.
No....here is a review with older AMD drivers.



How do you get 10 percent?

These are percent values not actual numeric values like 100 fps. You don't find percentages of percentages.

The 6870 is 95 percent of the 560 Ti (which is at 100 percent). Hence, the 6870 is 5 percent slower than the 560 Ti.
Edited by Riou - 10/9/11 at 3:09am
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ya that one should be good if u going for that price range
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No....here is a review with older AMD drivers.



How do you get 10 percent?

The 6870 is 95 percent of the 560 Ti (which is at 100 percent). Hence, the 6870 is 5 percent slower than the 560 Ti.
Also dont look too much into those benches. Thats one set of benches at 1920x1200 resolution. Those benches vary, sometimes significantly at other resolutions. I know they dont use 1920x1080 there, wish they did.
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That 6870 for $170 is a good deal. If the 560 Ti costs like 20% more or something and is only 5% faster? so not worth it.
    
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Also dont look too much into those benches. Thats one set of benches at 1920x1200 resolution. Those benches vary, sometimes significantly at other resolutions. I know they dont use 1920x1080 there, wish they did.
I omitted the overall resolution because most people are running at 1080p or so. The lower resolutions at 1024x768 or 1280x1024 are meaningless for most people. The 1680x1050 resolution showed about a 7 percent advantage for the 560 Ti.

If I were to extrapolate, the 560 Ti would probably be about 5.5 percent faster than the 6870 at 1080p.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/N...560_Ti/27.html
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I omitted the overall resolution because most people are running at 1080p or so. The lower resolutions at 1024x768 or 1280x1024 are meaningless for most people. The 1680x1050 resolution showed about a 7 percent advantage for the 560 Ti.

If I were to extrapolate, the 560 Ti would probably be about 5.5 percent faster than the 6870 at 1080p.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/N...560_Ti/27.html
lol. hes not even looking at the 560 ti, why are you guys arguing about that in this topic? lol play nice
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post #28 of 38
A; the 560Ti is a good amount better. However, if you want to talk in the 560Ti's price range, go with the 6950. B; It's AMD HD6870, or just 6870. ATI is no longer. : )

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lol. hes not even looking at the 560 ti, why are you guys arguing about that in this topic? lol play nice
Um.. look at the title?

"GTX 560 TI or ATI 6870?"
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I'm getting that for my son. The 560 GTX. He has an e7400 with Asus P5Q SE/R motherboard. And I got it overclocked to 3.4. Maybe the 560 GTX bottlenecks slightly but there will be headroom if I want to upgrade his processor. And it comes with the new Batman game. Which would be a cool game to have.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121446
why dont you take some of those millions of $ and get him a new bulldozer rig next week.
    
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why dont you take some of those millions of $ and get him a new bulldozer rig next week.
If this is the real Tony Romo, remember, he doesnt make the greatest decisions.
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