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My HD-6950 can beat up your GTX-560ti boxing3.gifso there.

   
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6950 will be better smile.gif
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Why not compare apples to apples in pricing? My comparison is on a single monitor 1920x1200 resolution. Since that's what Chrisguitar owns LG E2441V-BN 24" 1080p I'm assuming that's what we are performance / price comparing.

MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III PE/OC Radeon HD 6950 2GB $279.99 w/shipping $287.86

MSI N560GTX-Ti 448 Twin Frozr III PE/OC GeForce GTX 560 Ti - 448 Cores 1280MB
$294.49 w/shipping $302.86

MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II 2GB $254.99 w/shipping $259.98

The AMD 6950 2GB and the GTX 560Ti 2GB trade blows back and forth pretty nicely in games. Where one wins the other isn't too far behind vice versa with the AMD 6950 2GB edging out in the end over all. Whether both either just heavily over clocked or one unlocked and the other heavily over clocked. So that answers the post question.

Now to really think about it.....

The GTX 560Ti 448 vs the AMD 6950 2GB beats it in most all benches. Whether one is unlocked or other heavily over clocked with the GTX 560Ti 448 edging out.

So the price difference between the AMD 6950 2GB vs the GTX 560Ti 2GB is $27.88 for better performance from the AMD 6950 2GB.

So the price difference between the AMD 6950 2GB vs the GTX 560Ti 448 is $15 for better performance from the GTX 560Ti 448.

So choosing between AMD 6950 2GB vs GTX 560Ti 2GB on a single monitor your best option is to put $15 more to edge on them all. smile.gif
     
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Why not compare apples to apples in pricing? My comparison is on a single monitor 1920x1200 resolution. Since that's what Chrisguitar owns LG E2441V-BN 24" 1080p I'm assuming that's what we are performance / price comparing.
MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III PE/OC Radeon HD 6950 2GB $279.99 w/shipping $287.86

MSI N560GTX-Ti 448 Twin Frozr III PE/OC GeForce GTX 560 Ti - 448 Cores 1280MB
$294.49 w/shipping $302.86
MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II 2GB $254.99 w/shipping $259.98
The AMD 6950 2GB and the GTX 560Ti 2GB trade blows back and forth pretty nicely in games. Where one wins the other isn't too far behind vice versa with the AMD 6950 2GB edging out in the end over all. Whether both either just heavily over clocked or one unlocked and the other heavily over clocked. So that answers the post question.
Now to really think about it.....
The GTX 560Ti 448 vs the AMD 6950 2GB beats it in most all benches. Whether one is unlocked or other heavily over clocked with the GTX 560Ti 448 edging out.
So the price difference between the AMD 6950 2GB vs the GTX 560Ti 2GB is $27.88 for better performance from the AMD 6950 2GB.
So the price difference between the AMD 6950 2GB vs the GTX 560Ti 448 is $15 for better performance from the GTX 560Ti 448.
So choosing between AMD 6950 2GB vs GTX 560Ti 2GB on a single monitor your best option is to put $15 more to edge on them all. smile.gif

I am not getting this was to show a friend who was tossing up between them because he doesn't believe reviews or me -___-

Also price wasn't included I just wanted to get people saying in this thread which has better performance.
Edited by chrisguitar - 1/10/12 at 11:24pm
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

Why not compare apples to apples in pricing? My comparison is on a single monitor 1920x1200 resolution. Since that's what Chrisguitar owns LG E2441V-BN 24" 1080p I'm assuming that's what we are performance / price comparing.
MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III PE/OC Radeon HD 6950 2GB $279.99 w/shipping $287.86

MSI N560GTX-Ti 448 Twin Frozr III PE/OC GeForce GTX 560 Ti - 448 Cores 1280MB
$294.49 w/shipping $302.86
MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II 2GB $254.99 w/shipping $259.98
The AMD 6950 2GB and the GTX 560Ti 2GB trade blows back and forth pretty nicely in games. Where one wins the other isn't too far behind vice versa with the AMD 6950 2GB edging out in the end over all. Whether both either just heavily over clocked or one unlocked and the other heavily over clocked. So that answers the post question.
Now to really think about it.....
The GTX 560Ti 448 vs the AMD 6950 2GB beats it in most all benches. Whether one is unlocked or other heavily over clocked with the GTX 560Ti 448 edging out.
So the price difference between the AMD 6950 2GB vs the GTX 560Ti 2GB is $27.88 for better performance from the AMD 6950 2GB.
So the price difference between the AMD 6950 2GB vs the GTX 560Ti 448 is $15 for better performance from the GTX 560Ti 448.
So choosing between AMD 6950 2GB vs GTX 560Ti 2GB on a single monitor your best option is to put $15 more to edge on them all. smile.gif

I am not getting this was to show a friend who was tossing up between them because he doesn't believe reviews or me -___-

ah...then at the end of the day just like I said the AMD 6950 edging out in front of the GTX 560Ti. Nothing major as some might try to paint a picture though.

Here is an example of an Unlocked AMD 6950 vs a heavily over clocked AMD 6950 (which they do great). Very small difference. Even if unlocked and then over clocked a tad more.

http://www.rage3d.com/articles/hd6950_unlocked/index.php?p=3

So whether it can be unlocked or heavily over clocked it still slightly edges out in front of the GTX 560Ti which also does great just over clocking.

Interesting thread from Compudaze on techPowerUp! - The TRUTH behind unlocking the AMD Radeon HD 6950

Locked HD 6950 overclocked to HD 6970 speeds performs within 2% of a HD 6970
Locked HD 6950 overclocked to max performs about the same as a HD 6970
Unlocked HD 6950 overclocked to max performs 3% better than a HD 6970
     
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ah...then at the end of the day just like I said the AMD 6950 edging out in front of the GTX 560Ti. Nothing major as some might try to paint a picture though.
Here is an example of an Unlocked AMD 6950 vs a heavily over clocked AMD 6950 (which they do great). Very small difference. Even if unlocked and then over clocked a tad more.
http://www.rage3d.com/articles/hd6950_unlocked/index.php?p=3
So whether it can be unlocked or heavily over clocked it still slightly edges out in front of the GTX 560Ti which also does great just over clocking.
Interesting thread from Compudaze on techPowerUp! - The TRUTH behind unlocking the AMD Radeon HD 6950
Locked HD 6950 overclocked to HD 6970 speeds performs within 2% of a HD 6970
Locked HD 6950 overclocked to max performs about the same as a HD 6970
Unlocked HD 6950 overclocked to max performs 3% better than a HD 6970

oh sweet thanks biggrin.gif btw any more pics on your case mod? I love your pics smile.gif
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6950 +1 and OC editions.
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oh sweet thanks biggrin.gif btw any more pics on your case mod? I love your pics smile.gif

Thanks man. smile.gif I have an album in profile but only a couple more than my system album. The blue light are sound activated for some visual effects with music. Nothing major though.
     
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