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I've never really understood the theory behind matching clocks with differing technologies. To me, it's like matching rpms with two cars and doesn't hold much weight. I mean, rev both engines as far as they'll go and see which is faster! Overclocked vs overclock and stock vs stock are the only two comparisons that I even bother to look at.

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Guys, the reason I posted clock for clock (downclocked my 7970), is because of that SLI Overclocked leak we saw a few days ago (link in OP). That showed that 680's overclock to 1150MHz. Most 7970's overclock to 1150Mhz or so on air. It's a fair comparison.

Updated the first posts with CPUz / GPUz proof, and the clock for clock Heaven. Running more now.
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post #83 of 175
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I've never really understood the theory behind matching clocks with differing technologies. To me, it's like matching rpms with two cars and doesn't hold much weight. I mean, rev both engines as far as they'll go and see which is faster! Overclocked vs overclock and stock vs stock are the only two comparisons that I even bother to look at.

This completely. See the differences at stock and then with both overclocked. Clock for clock on different architectures is pointless in my opinion. Either way keep the benchmarks coming. thumb.gif
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post #84 of 175
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ok I'm convinced. 680 is just a fail. 1gb less than the 7970 and can't make it single slot for water cooling because of the stupid 2 6 pin power on top of each other and preform almost the same as the 7970.
going to buy the 7970 tomorrow.

I do not see how the GTX 680 is a fail! It trades blows with the superb 7970 and probably will overclock as good!

It will surly win the benchmarks that are optimized for Nvidia!

It is much better then the GTX 580! Win!

Thanks for the benches guys! If I am able to get a chance to travel less someday, I will start helping more with this!
Edited by Electroneng - 3/19/12 at 11:46am
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I've never actually seen anybody run a WC'd card one slot apart, you got any pictures of people running WC'd cards that would have to be single slot to work?

tsm106 rig. http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/2705229
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I do not see how the GTX 680 is a fail! It trades blows with the superb 7970 and probably will overclock as good!
It will surly win the benchmarks that are optimized for Nvidia!
It is much better then the GTX 580! Win!

I should have used better words. its not a fail, but its not better than the 7970 for sure. that's just my opinion.
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post #86 of 175
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tsm106 rig. http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/2705229

Those are in dual slot spacing.
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I do not see how the GTX 680 is a fail! It trades blows with the superb 7970 and probably will overclock as good!
It will surly win the benchmarks that are optimized for Nvidia!
It is much better then the GTX 580! Win!

If this only matches the 7970 for the same or 95% of the price it will be a fail, I really wanted to see Nvidia come close to the AMD high end with it's mid card that was priced accordingly but it looks like neither side wants to bother pushing price/performance forward. AMD at least had a 40% or whatever increase over their previous flagship, if this matches the 7970 it would only be 15% over the 580. I suppose you could blame both sides, but I don't enjoy this whole 115% performance of the previous gen for 110% of the price nonsense. How long do I have to wait to have a worthwhile upgrade from the current gen cards?

And this is coming from somebody that is a Nvidia 'fanboy' by virtue of the fact that AMD GPUs suck for folding.
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post #87 of 175
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I do not see how the GTX 680 is a fail! It trades blows with the superb 7970 and probably will overclock as good!
It will surly win the benchmarks that are optimized for Nvidia!
It is much better then the GTX 580! Win!

It's not a fail in that it's bad or sub-par or anything, but when the rumors/leaks were 40% better at 200W at $350 it's a little disappointing to say the least. wink.gif
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Those are in dual slot spacing.

well he didn't change the 7970 I/O plate. if you change the 7970 I/O plate with single slot you can put another card.

ok if your still not convinced here is a 580 single slot card.
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It's not a fail in that it's bad or sub-par or anything, but when the rumors/leaks were 40% better at 200W at $350 it's a little disappointing to say the least. wink.gif

I am glad it's not 40% better, I couldn't imagine that being good for AMD right now. Plus, it's much more entertaining this way smile.gif I, for one, am hoping they are quite similar, that way they'll be forced to compete with pricing! biggrin.gif
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It's not a fail in that it's bad or sub-par or anything, but when the rumors/leaks were 40% better at 200W at $350 it's a little disappointing to say the least. wink.gif

Anyone that was honestly expecting that was on something, lol.
 
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