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Just wondering if the cards coming out with higher clocks are better binned chips or not.

Doesn't make sence to spend extra money when you can get the same results yourself.

Anyone know with proof.

Getting ready to pull the trigger on a new 7970 and don't mind spending a little extra if they are,
Higher binned.

Anyone in the know??

Later:D
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'Cherry picking'? NO!

'Product binning' YES!

 

There is a difference between these 2 terms.

And I suppose this is not just for MSI but for everybody else who sells overclocked cards.

Read here for the process as explained by MSIAlex:-

http://www.overclock.net/t/1032362/the-concept-of-binning-vs-cherry-picking-gpu-chips

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