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Benchmarks included 3DMark 11 (performance preset), Battlefield 3, Batman: Arkham City, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Lost Planet 2, and Unigine Heaven (version not mentioned, could be 1). All tests were run at a constant resolution of 1920x1080, with 8x MSAA on some tests (mentioned in the graphs).

Source: http://www.techpowerup.com/162498/GTX-680-Generally-Faster-Than-HD-7970-New-Benchmarks.html

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So all Nvidia favored tests, big surprise there.
    
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I think it's good news. It seems they'll trade blows, and one mught have a small advantage in the end. Perhaps the 680, with 10-15%?
I like competition (but I'm still happy with my 7970).
    
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And this:

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These GPUs seems to be on par and its great news. Let the war begins !!!

Once we'd crank up both AMD GPU and its VRAM to match GTX 680 we should see that they are very similar.

I wonder why the GPU-Z shot is showing a default GPU speed at 706.

Is the default TDP calculated upon this speed ?
Edited by fineyoung - 3/16/12 at 9:34am
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post #6 of 78
So are we going to see a performance drop between PCI gen 2.0 vs 3.0? Has anyone mentioned this?
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These GPUs seems to be on par and its great news. Let the war begin !!!
Once we'd crank up both AMD GPU and its VRAM to match GTX 680 we should see that they are very similar.
I wonder why the GPU-Z shot is showing a default GPU speed at 706.
Is the default TDP is calculated upon this speed ?

I think the boost takes it up at 1k, otherwise its 706 normal and 300 or so idle?
post #8 of 78
Quote:
Originally Posted by fineyoung View Post

These GPUs seems to be on par and its great news. Let the war begin !!!

Once we'd crank up both AMD GPU and its VRAM to match GTX 680 we should see that they are very similar.

I wonder why the GPU-Z shot is showing a default GPU speed at 706.

Is the default TDP is calculated upon this speed ?

Default at 706, turbo boost to 1000MHz + depending on the specific application/game.
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post #9 of 78
that raises the question: how is the performance compared to a oc'ed 7970 (typically 1150 mhz +) and how much can it oc, and how much performance will be gained
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tpu got there info from here
http://www.hkepc.com/7672/page/6#view
which has been posted in the news section
http://www.overclock.net/forum/unread/1229907
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