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It is

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Man, I like that case and setup.

I would stick with what you have and wait.thumb.gif
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post #32 of 37
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Actually, think im gonna pony up and go for a 7970 HIS. The performance increase is their, I can sell the 570 that covers half the cost and Kepler honestly may not be that much better and even if it is, its gonna command a real high price premium and hard to get when it launchs, so i'm basically sold. My Antec PSU should be able to feed it just fine as well.  Its a win, win, win situation as far as im concerned.

If selling your 570 will only cover half the cost of a 7950, why not just go SLI? Performance-wise, It compares to a 590/6990, and the cost will be no more that what you are willing to spend.

Edit: nvm it seems SLI isnt an option for you. Honestly, I would stick with the 570 since most games will run above 60 fps on high, and If you wait, you may be able to get more for your money.
Edited by fuadm424 - 3/1/12 at 7:39pm
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If selling your 570 will only cover half the cost of a 7950, why not just go SLI? Performance-wise, It compares to a 590/6990, and the cost will be no more that what you are willing to spend.


 

Because I wanna keep my soundcard and my PSU wont' power SLI

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yea, I realized that after I posted.
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post #35 of 37
I'd keep the 570 and wait, but at the same time the HD 7970 is a pretty great overclocker. I love mine, it's almost too much power for right now in a single card.
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Hold out for a bit, and wait to see actual benchmarks of the HD7870. From leaked benchmarks, it seems that it outperforms the GTX570.

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post #37 of 37
dafuq with your thinking man,,

570/580 compared with 7950/7970, of course 7950/7970 wins for everything,,
why u dare compare a bit old nvidia technology with the newest technology from amd radeon??

u know radeon 28nm 7950/7970 should be compared to Nvidia's kepler 28nm chip (GTX 670/gtx680),,rolleyes.gif
we will see....who wins,,,
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