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now i just have to talk you into AMD hahaha jk/jk tongue.gif

It's Intel for me. Love my 2700K it's hecka fast. It's unreal and only cost me like $114 out the door. Hahaha!! smile.gif
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The clocks are different. I'm not sure the non-overclocked version one has the voltage unlocked!

Yeah, I was thinking about that. I guess I'll find out when it gets here. I just plan to do a moderate OC anyway, 1100/1275.

BTW, anyone knows if Amazon gives you the tracking number for one day shipping orders? The courier company that's bringing the card to my country needs it, or I'll have to pay more for the delivery axesmiley.png
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post #393 of 4099
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It's Intel for me. Love my 2700K it's hecka fast. It's unreal and only cost me like $114 out the door. Hahaha!! smile.gif

darn good price! i respect Intel, i just prefer AMD.. been a faboy forever haha i know there not as fast, but it gets what i need done
post #394 of 4099
Ill be purchasing a Twin Frozr version of the 7850 this month. Perhaps the questions has already been answered but is the 7850 capable of being OCd to be equivalent to a stock 7870? At what point might you run into issues because of the single 6 pin connector?
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Hi,

I'm thinking about picking up a gigabyte 7870 ghz edition card. However I'm concerned about performance in starcraft 2 with AA & AF turned on. I've read a few benchmarks that say it works fine and another that does not; severe drop in frame rate with AAx4 and AFx8.
I'm trying to determine if this is a driver issue that may have been cleared up. If anyone who has SC2 and a 7850/7870 and can give me a better idea what sort of performance I can expect, that would be great. I'd like to run the game with a framerate 50-60 or higher on ultra; 1920x1080. I have an OC'd i7-920 at 3.7ghz and 6gb ram. My current card is a gtx250.

Thanks!
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Hi,
I'm thinking about picking up a gigabyte 7870 ghz edition card. However I'm concerned about performance in starcraft 2 with AA & AF turned on. I've read a few benchmarks that say it works fine and another that does not; severe drop in frame rate with AAx4 and AFx8.
I'm trying to determine if this is a driver issue that may have been cleared up. If anyone who has SC2 and a 7850/7870 and can give me a better idea what sort of performance I can expect, that would be great. I'd like to run the game with a framerate 50-60 or higher on ultra; 1920x1080. I have an OC'd i7-920 at 3.7ghz and 6gb ram. My current card is a gtx250.
Thanks!

I was playing SC2 all max settings with my 5870 and I had 0 issues. Great performance no lag, no video delay etc. So seeing as the 7870 is a better card.... The only way it could do worse in SC2 is to either be a driver issue, or the rest of the system sucks. I'm playing it right now on my PowerColor 7850 @ 1000/1250, 0 issues.
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post #397 of 4099
My msi Twin Frozr III 7870 finally arrived!

Add me to the club!
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Ill be purchasing a Twin Frozr version of the 7850 this month. Perhaps the questions has already been answered but is the 7850 capable of being OCd to be equivalent to a stock 7870? At what point might you run into issues because of the single 6 pin connector?

i have it maxed out on overlooking without touching the voltages, just using MSI afterburner, have had no need to push it even more, but i will be tempting to keep pushing it. and as for the 6 pin, i think its a blessing not needing that much power, these are great cards for running well under lower power usage
post #399 of 4099
well just finished 3 passes of Heaven at 1250/1450 this card is pretty sweet blew me away coming from a 4850, now for some bf3 action on ultra!

Edit: Temps were awesome! didn't see it go above 53 with fan at 50%
Edited by UserNameisTaken - 4/9/12 at 5:46pm
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I have placed my order for the Sapphire 7870 =)
Only thing is, I had to order the regular one, because is the only one that Amazon has available (OC model was +$400 from a third vendor - And yes, I can only order from Amazon).
My question is: is the OC version different in other aspect? Better cooling, chips, more OC capability?

You;ll be fine with the non OC version, same cooling only lower clocks thats all. OC capability is totally random , could be worse or better ( both the OC and non OC version suppport overvoltage )
Actually i prefer to buy the non OC version myself to save same cash,too bad cant find it when i purchase my card few days ago
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