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Your intelligence is seriously lacking. Having spare vram for the extra memory hogging settings vs not having enough makes all the difference in a games play-ability. Its common knowledge with enthusiasts of pc gaming. Its silly that people like you think that 1260mb of vram will work on max settings @ 1080p anymore. All it takes is one game to not work until it needs replacement. Sli a 570 1260 and the problem gets worse when the cards available performance needs more memory.
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1664929
Oh well look at that. 1.5gig vram @ 1080p and there isnt a fire fight.

You use a single post on a forum as a means to prove your point and THEN you have the audacity to say my intelligence is seriously lacking?

I mean, I have nothing against you or anything, but this is just laughable. Come on dude... give me something more than one persons word on a user forum. After you're done with that, drop the insults. It makes you look very immature.

Here's a graph disproving your point on BF3:

http://static.techspot.com/articles-info/458/bench/2560_Ultra.png

You see that? That's at 2560x1600, and yet the GTX 570 1280MB (Not 1260MB like you've been saying for pages now) is still faster than the 6970 2GB.

Still want to insult me bud?
Edited by Mad Pistol - 3/5/12 at 1:11pm
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Oh wow. NVIDIA, you'd better start cutting prices.
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

You use a single post on a forum as a means to prove your point and THEN you have the audacity to say my intelligence is seriously lacking?
I mean, I have nothing against you or anything, but this is just laughable. Come on dude... give me something more than one persons word on a user forum. After you're done with that, drop the insults. It makes you look very immature.
Here's a graph disproving your point on BF3:
http://static.techspot.com/articles-info/458/bench/2560_Ultra.png
You see that? That's at 2560x1600, and yet the GTX 570 1280MB (Not 1260MB like you've been saying for pages now) is still faster than the 6970 2GB.
Still want to insult me bud?

Ignore him, he's clearly clueless. I completely agree that 1280MB is enough for 1080p with some AA. To claim otherwise is to deny hard evidence presented in countless reviews. The 2GB of VRAM in the 78xx is not going to be very useful at 1080p or lower, but will make some difference at 2560x1600 and Eyefinity, for sure. It'll still depend heavily on the game, but it's definitely a selling point of the series.
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Oh wow. NVIDIA, you'd better start cutting prices.

More like, you'd better get Kepler out ASAP. tongue.gif
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You use a single post on a forum as a means to prove your point and THEN you have the audacity to say my intelligence is seriously lacking?
I mean, I have nothing against you or anything, but this is just laughable. Come on dude... give me something more than one persons word on a user forum. After you're done with that, drop the insults. It makes you look very immature.
Here's a graph disproving your point on BF3:
http://static.techspot.com/articles-info/458/bench/2560_Ultra.png
You see that? That's at 2560x1600, and yet the GTX 570 1280MB (Not 1260MB like you've been saying for pages now) is still faster than the 6970 2GB.
Still want to insult me bud?

Yeah, because the game takes as much vRam as it is given. Give it 2GB it will use more than if you give it 1.28 GB (I have seen some graphs somewhere and benchies)

@veyron MadPistol is correct.
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The 7870 is slightly faster than the GTX 570... it's also slightly more expensive.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007709%20600030348%20600094002%20600095515&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=100
AMD is shooting themselves in the foot right now. They are pricing themselves to be virtually identical to the previous generation of cards in terms of performance, even though the 7xxx series of cards are clearly cheaper to produce. If they want to be greedy, so be it. Just make sure you guys speak with your wallets on this one. Eventually, they will budge on pricing if the cards aren't selling.

I agree and I keep saying it too. I think that for the first time from AMD we didn't get better performance for the same money, which is logical to happen after new gen is released. If anything performance per dollar went down (7700). I call that lack of competition, or greed too
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After reading a few reviews, it was probably a smart move by AMD to not cut the ROPs on these two parts ...

Hindsight there def should have been more ROPs on the 79xx parts

But maybe I am wrong
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When dad pays the bills, this indeed isn't much....

This was almost 4 years ago and all of us have since moved out, and don't tell a college kid about living expenses.

Stop acting clever because you know nothing helpinghand.gif
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This was almost 4 years ago and all of us have since moved out, and don't tell a college kid about living expenses.
Stop acting clever because you know nothing helpinghand.gif

Ya, he was being very presumptuous redface.gif
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the Radeon HD 7850 lowers its load consumption to 130 watts, 26% less than the HD 7870. I guess it will works with x51 [alienware] console?
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