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Originally Posted by damtachoa View Post

There is a guy in my local area list this card on craigslist for $700. I don't know why people take advantage of it for just little cash.

You just answered your own question. rolleyes.gif
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Dude I know you think I just argue with you but not one person in the 680/7970 Battle Royale thread has a OC under 1200 mhz. The average is most definitely not 200 on these cards. These cards are some of the best OCing cards ever released. I'm not going to even get into which card is better but you downplaying the 7970's OCing ability is foolish.
The card is simply conservatively clocked. That's why even though it's a bigger die all the reviews have it running cooler at stock then the 680.

This ^ ^ ^

Both of my 7970's hit 1250Mhz+, one with a minor voltage bump, and the other with hardly no voltage bump over stock. The "good" OC'er goes up to 1320Mhz and is stable for 24/7 use with no problems whatsoever. Never exceeds 75c and that's on air.

LOTS of 7970's owners in the the owner club thread are running WELL over 200Mhz overclocks.
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hmm I have one source that has an EVGA card listed for $ 544.87 and one in stock... not sure if want.....
I think I will wait till monday, maybe more stores will get new stock then....
I hope I am not making a bad choice going to this from my current setup (2x5870s) I just wish there were benchmarks comparing the two.

$499USD at newegg yesterday.



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Don't buy them...

If everyone waits for 2 weeks, we can watch a price war! 



AMD will have to drop the 7970 to $459 (& 7950 to $399).  

Dont bet on it. Historically amd will only lower prices when they want to clear out old stock.
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$499USD at newegg yesterday.
Dont bet on it. Historically amd will only lower prices when they want to clear out old stock.

Also they have yet to release the 1.5gb models that with fill the price gaps.
    
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This ^ ^ ^
Both of my 7970's hit 1250Mhz+, one with a minor voltage bump, and the other with hardly no voltage bump over stock. The "good" OC'er goes up to 1320Mhz and is stable for 24/7 use with no problems whatsoever. Never exceeds 75c and that's on air.
LOTS of 7970's owners in the the owner club thread are running WELL over 200Mhz overclocks.

I'm talking about average oc'ing #'s, not "10 people out of 1000 posts or more got good chips" smile.gif. You got great cards though! thumb.gif I owned a reference 7970 that was $550 and returned, and a custom-cooled gigabyte radeon 7950 (to tone down noise) that cost $500 (then returned to pay for one of my gtx 680's). Now, the radeon 7970 could run at 42-44% fan speed which was audible but only on the border to noisy (not actually noisy), and seemed to get 1240mhz at first with a volt bump to 1.2v.

However, I quickly realized when gaming that if it exceeded a certain temperature, it would start artifacting and crash. It would run 3dmark/heaven allllll day long no problems, but also if I loaded up Star Wars: The Old Republic, BAM, instant artifacts as well. Now, my point here is, many people run to the thread when they get a decent first shot, but then quickly find it's not actually stable. You need to really follow the threads to see what's actually happening, and the actual # of people even posting good oc's isn't that high compared to those with more average ones (plus, see below).

The 7950 oc I got couldn't top 1100mhz no matter how many volts I pumped and how high a fan speed I tried, and this was a non-reference card even.
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Dude I know you think I just argue with you but not one person in the 680/7970 Battle Royale thread has a OC under 1200 mhz. The average is most definitely not 200 on these cards. These cards are some of the best OCing cards ever released. I'm not going to even get into which card is better but you downplaying the 7970's OCing ability is foolish.
The card is simply conservatively clocked. That's why even though it's a bigger die all the reviews have it running cooler at stock then the 680.

The battle royale thread is, naturally, going to attract the very same people (who are not numerous) who had strong oc'ers... it's practically a magnet for people with strong oc's since it's a competition-style thread. The reason for AMD's larger die is efficiency and GPGPU functionality. Here's a question for you to get you thinking: if the 7970 is simply "conservatively clocked", then why did they do that in the first place? Why would a company not release as strong a product as they can in a given situation, when they know competition is incoming?

The reason is, they simply couldn't guarantee proper yields and a high enough percentage of cards would run at higher speeds for normal, 24/7 usage (without cutting into profits, and the next point), and you can't run a chip towards the edge of its capabilities stock because of varying environmental conditions (heat, airflow, etc. in end-user PC's).

If your answer involves "leaving room for future products" (hint: they knew Kepler was coming, and you never release a product at a disadvantage on purpose), or "to leave overclocking headroom" (hint: most people don't OC, let alone to the edge, so that wouldn't factor in as one of *their* points even though it does into us forumers' decisions), it is ignoring market realities of how chip production and pricing works.

Here is someone on another forum trying to argue that they left it clocked conservatively, and a response:


The post:
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Originally Posted by Siryak View Post
That is just not true at all. Graphics card companies intentionally clock their cards a good bit below what they are capable of to ensure that they will be without a shout of a doubt stable. If they weren't capable of those clocks MSI wouldn't be coming out with a 7970 clocked at 1070 by default. On top of that Sapphire is rumored to be coming out with a card stock clocked at 1100 that can be bumped up to 1150 with the BIOS switch. I have yet to see anyone incapable of reaching at least 1100MHz. As I said before it may not be perfectly accurately, but it is a lot more accurate than looking at stock clocks any day of the week.

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MavericK96
Your argument isn't true at all, and in fact you invalidated it when you said, "they release cards at stock because they're 100% stable". Yeah, that's the point. If all cards could easily, 100% run at a certain speed they would likely just clock it there. Fact of the matter is, a lot of the factory OC cards have special components or are specially binned samples to ensure that they can run at those OCed speeds for the life of the card.

You know how people don't usually leave good reviews on a product as readily as they do bad ones? The same effect is here, in reverse: when overclocking, people don't rush to share if their card isn't clocking well, they run to the forums if they got a good clocker.
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Every once in a while, I feel a bit of jealousy towards you americans. You think $499,- is price gouging for GTX680? Try €515,90. When I ordered mine that was the price used by the only webshop delivering here that even had them, and I'm pretty sure that's not how the current exchange rate is supposed to be.tongue.gif
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I don't really see the 680 price as out of line. I paid more for my 580's when they came out and the 6970's I used were only slightly cheaper. Heck my MSI GTX570 Frozr III PE's were $400 each. The 680's out perform all of those cards handily without a huge price delta and in Canada they are $100 cheaper than the AMD 7970...
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Every once in a while, I feel a bit of jealousy towards you americans. You think $499,- is price gouging for GTX680? Try €515,90. When I ordered mine that was the price used by the only webshop delivering here that even had them, and I'm pretty sure that's not how the current exchange rate is supposed to be.tongue.gif

I'm sure I don't need to point out that while you're shining the spotlight on Europe's higher prices compared to the US, there are many countries forcing people to pay even more.
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I'm talking about average oc'ing #'s, not "10 people out of 1000 posts or more got good chips" smile.gif. You got great cards though! thumb.gif I owned a reference 7970 that was $550 and returned, and a custom-cooled gigabyte radeon 7950 (to tone down noise) that cost $500 (then returned to pay for one of my gtx 680's). Now, the radeon 7970 could run at 42-44% fan speed which was audible but only on the border to noisy (not actually noisy), and seemed to get 1240mhz at first with a volt bump to 1.2v.
However, I quickly realized when gaming that if it exceeded a certain temperature, it would start artifacting and crash. It would run 3dmark/heaven allllll day long no problems, but also if I loaded up Star Wars: The Old Republic, BAM, instant artifacts as well. Now, my point here is, many people run to the thread when they get a decent first shot, but then quickly find it's not actually stable. You need to really follow the threads to see what's actually happening, and the actual # of people even posting good oc's isn't that high compared to those with more average ones (plus, see below).
The 7950 oc I got couldn't top 1100mhz no matter how many volts I pumped and how high a fan speed I tried, and this was a non-reference card even.
The battle royale thread is, naturally, going to attract the very same people (who are not numerous) who had strong oc'ers... it's practically a magnet for people with strong oc's since it's a competition-style thread. The reason for AMD's larger die is efficiency and GPGPU functionality. Here's a question for you to get you thinking: if the 7970 is simply "conservatively clocked", then why did they do that in the first place? Why would a company not release as strong a product as they can in a given situation, when they know competition is incoming?
The reason is, they simply couldn't guarantee proper yields and a high enough percentage of cards would run at higher speeds for normal, 24/7 usage (without cutting into profits, and the next point), and you can't run a chip towards the edge of its capabilities stock because of varying environmental conditions (heat, airflow, etc. in end-user PC's).
If your answer involves "leaving room for future products" (hint: they knew Kepler was coming, and you never release a product at a disadvantage on purpose), or "to leave overclocking headroom" (hint: most people don't OC, let alone to the edge, so that wouldn't factor in as one of *their* points even though it does into us forumers' decisions), it is ignoring market realities of how chip production and pricing works.
Here is someone on another forum trying to argue that they left it clocked conservatively, and a response:
The post:
The response:
You know how people don't usually leave good reviews on a product as readily as they do bad ones? The same effect is here, in reverse: when overclocking, people don't rush to share if their card isn't clocking well, they run to the forums if they got a good clocker.

All I'm going to say is I see multiple people with 400 mhz OC on their 7970s and I have not yet seen one person reach 200 on their 680s. In fact EVGA Jacob said the max for a good chip should be around 200.

You are on the wrong side of this argument dude. The 7970 will OC higher then the 680 plain and simple. This is coming from me, an EVGA rep and numerous posts I've read on OCN. You are totally right that not every 7970 will hit even 1200 but I gurantee you you won't find someone that can't hit at least 200 over stock.
    
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I'm sure I don't need to point out that while you're shining the spotlight on Europe's higher prices compared to the US, there are many countries forcing people to pay even more.

In Australia they are being advertised for between $AU617 and $AU697, mostly Inno, Galaxy, and Gigabyte so far, and not even clear if they are really in stock yet....
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