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So because YOU have run your own tests... that makes everyone else's results nil? Get over yourself. Just because you couldn't tweak your 7970 or OC it properly you're going to claim it's a horrible performer vs the 680, with which you can barely get a 100mhz OC on without crashing? lol. rolleyes.gif

Haha, man, you are amusing. Anyway, to quickly tear your post to shreds... my results mirror those of review sites, the 7970 was oc'd to 1240c/1655m which is higher than you can comfortably run on the reference cooler heat/noise wise due to the volts needed, and the 680 like any card varies in its oc capabilities... my luck with chip binning on purchase has nothing to do with competence. Anyway, carry on... rolleyes.gif

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EDIT: Anyway, don't take my word for it, go look at all the reviews wink.gif. They all come to the same conclusion: GTX 680 is faster by a small to medium margin depending on the tests (Skyrim for one is a huge change and BF3 generally is as well), GTX 680 is only on launch drivers instead of 2.5 months in and has good room to improve, GTX 680 is cheaper by $50 than the reference 7970 (and has better availability than the 7970 did a week into its lifespan), it runs cooler, it runs quieter, and it runs SLI better. The only point the 7970 has is for 7680x1600 gaming as HardOCP's tests and others' show that 5760x1080/below including 2560x1600, 2gb is a non-issue.
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Haha, man, you are so cute. Anyway, to quickly tear your post to shreds... my results mirror those of review sites, the 7970 was oc'd to 1240c/1655m which is higher than you can comfortably run on the reference cooler heat/noise wise due to the volts needed, and the 680 like any card varies in its oc capabilities... my luck with chip binning on purchase has nothing to do with competence. Anyway, carry on... rolleyes.gif

No offense bro but the part about 1240 being the highest you can go due to heat/noise is simply not true. Perhaps you had a bad chip, perhaps your a fanboy or perhaps you have no idea what you are doing. Either way it's simply not true. Not trying to offend you, just pointing out that you experience is different then mine and many others on here. You would be wise to stop talking in absolutes about things you are not completely informed on.

And now a 7970 OC does 8800 in 3dmark11? You have not seen the 7970/680 Battle thread I assume?

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I'll be able to clear up all the fud over the next week or so (my 7970 Lightnings just came in biggrin.gif). If the drivers really are that bad and the performance is as bad as Golden Tiger claims I will sell them on and get non-reference 680's once available. If not I will prove it right here in this thread.
And believe me, I'm one of the biggest Nvidia fanboys around but they really pissed me off with the locked down overclocking so I will give AMD a shot, a fair shot, and let you guys know where it stands.
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Golden Tiger was unable to get even half of the OC that most of us have achieved with our 7970s, and considering you picked up Lightnings, your OCs will blow his away, thus making his results pointless.

His 680 overclocks like crap (barely 100mhz), yet he still defends it as being faster.

If you compare a 680 that OCs 100mhz, which is roughly 1156mhz, vs a 7970 @ 1300mhz, the 7970 absolutely DESTROYS it... period. Clock for clock the 7970 is faster. If you're able to attain a higher OC than another user with the 7970, clock for clock, you'll beat it. Maybe in a couple Nvidia titles the 680 will almost always win, but there's a reason for that, and most of those titles aren't very power hungry regardless, so 150fps vs 180fps wont make much of a difference.

Battlefield 3 is the true test in my opinion, and it's what I base most of my testing on as far as my 7970s vs my 680s. With 4x MSAA and High Post AA @ 2560x1440 Ultra, the 7970 simply beats the 680, and I have a very good overclocking 680 compared to most, which shows how badly they OC. I'm able to play BF3 with a 185mhz OC without crashing, but yet it still falls behind my 7970 @ 1300mhz when the settings and resolution are cranked up.

Some people are simply nvidia fans and that's it. Those that want 3dvision support and Physx support will already have their minds made up beforehand. The cards are simply too close to give either a clear victory. It all depends on how each card overclocks and the 'silicon lottery' so to speak. thumb.gif
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No offense bro but the part about 1240 being the highest you can go due to heat/noise is simply not true. Perhaps you had a bad chip, perhaps your a fanboy or perhaps you have no idea what you are doing. Either way it's simply not true. Not trying to offend you, just pointing out that you experience is different then mine and many others on here. You would be wise to stop talking in absolutes about things you are not completely informed on.

1240 is a pretty solid oc with bumped volts, actually, for a 7970. On stock volts they typically only hit around 1125ish give or take 25mhz. I didn't say 1240 was the highest ANYONE could go, I said it is higher than you can run COMFORTABLY on heat/noise on the reference cooler (it got loud past 42% to me). Different animal there. I was able to bump my fan to 85% on the 7970 and get a better OC but it was louder than a vacuum next to my ear.
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Golden Tiger was unable to get even half of the OC that most of us have achieved with our 7970s, and considering you picked up Lightnings, your OCs will blow his away, thus making his results pointless.
His 680 overclocks like crap (barely 100mhz), yet he still defends it as being faster.
If you compare a 680 that OCs 100mhz, which is roughly 1156mhz, vs a 7970 @ 1300mhz, the 7970 absolutely DESTROYS it... period. Clock for clock the 7970 is faster. If you're able to attain a higher OC than another user with the 7970, clock for clock, you'll beat it. Maybe in a couple Nvidia titles the 680 will almost always win, but there's a reason for that, and most of those titles aren't very power hungry regardless, so 150fps vs 180fps wont make much of a difference.
Battlefield 3 is the true test in my opinion, and it's what I base most of my testing on as far as my 7970s vs my 680s. With 4x MSAA and High Post AA @ 2560x1440 Ultra, the 7970 simply beats the 680, and I have a very good overclocking 680 compared to most, which shows how badly they OC. I'm able to play BF3 with a 185mhz OC without crashing, but yet it still falls behind my 7970 @ 1300mhz when the settings and resolution are cranked up.
Some people are simply nvidia fans and that's it. Those that want 3dvision support and Physx support will already have their minds made up beforehand. The cards are simply too close to give either a clear victory. It all depends on how each card overclocks and the 'silicon lottery' so to speak. thumb.gif

Where are you seeing that a 7970 beats a 680 in BF3?
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Golden Tiger was unable to get even half of the OC that most of us have achieved with our 7970s, and considering you picked up Lightnings, your OCs will blow his away, thus making his results pointless.
His 680 overclocks like crap (barely 100mhz), yet he still defends it as being faster.
If you compare a 680 that OCs 100mhz, which is roughly 1156mhz, vs a 7970 @ 1300mhz, the 7970 absolutely DESTROYS it... period. Clock for clock the 7970 is faster. If you're able to attain a higher OC than another user with the 7970, clock for clock, you'll beat it. Maybe in a couple Nvidia titles the 680 will almost always win, but there's a reason for that, and most of those titles aren't very power hungry regardless, so 150fps vs 180fps wont make much of a difference.
Battlefield 3 is the true test in my opinion, and it's what I base most of my testing on as far as my 7970s vs my 680s. With 4x MSAA and High Post AA @ 2560x1440 Ultra, the 7970 simply beats the 680, and I have a very good overclocking 680 compared to most, which shows how badly they OC. I'm able to play BF3 with a 185mhz OC without crashing, but yet it still falls behind my 7970 @ 1300mhz when the settings and resolution are cranked up.
Some people are simply nvidia fans and that's it. Those that want 3dvision support and Physx support will already have their minds made up beforehand. The cards are simply too close to give either a clear victory. It all depends on how each card overclocks and the 'silicon lottery' so to speak. thumb.gif

Again, you clearly are ignoring absolutely everything you can to try to eke some contrived "win" for your favorite card. I couldn't care less... the *FACTS* are that:

*A 100 offset on the GTX 680 means 1197-1215 core depending on the card (1215 in my case), if you bothered to read reviews you'd know it boosts to 1100 stock not 1056.
*A 7970 oc of 1300mhz is NOT typical, even with high fan speeds. OC's vary, from card to card and are NOT guaranteed *EVER* or they would come from the factory at those speeds.*GTX 680 wins even in stressful titles both oc-to-oc (for normal oc's that people would game with instead of do 5-minute benches), and stock-to-stock (in virtually everything).
*Battlefield 3 2560x1600 Ultra my GTX 680 oc is giving me better multiplayer 64-man frames than my oc 7970 was (~1120 24/7 without being a vacuum) by far.
*Reviewers show you're bs'ing about your BF3 results as the GTX 680 is faster in almost every review both oc'd and stock than the Radeon 7970 in them.
*The cards aren't too close to give a clear victory, the gtx 680 has speed, price, power consumption, physx, heat, noise, and more on it. The only thing the 7970 has is 3gb vs. 2gb, but that only comes into play at 7680x1600.

Anyway, people actually buying instead of being forum warriors like you are, will go do their due diligence before plopping down $500+ on a purchase or $1k+ on a pair. It's just sad that they will have to be doing more of it, due to misinformation and FUD like you spread.

EDIT: Also, for the argument of "7970 is available more!" that wasn't true until a week ago, and the card had been out for 2.5 months. The GTX 680 just launched and has much better availability at this point in its lifespan than the 7970 did at its point in the lifespan, and it will only continue to improve.
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/news/video/hd-7970-price-cuts-dont-count-on-it/
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1240 is a pretty solid oc with bumped volts, actually, for a 7970. On stock volts they typically only hit around 1125ish give or take 25mhz. I didn't say 1240 was the highest ANYONE could go, I said it is higher than you can run COMFORTABLY on heat/noise on the reference cooler (it got loud past 42% to me). Different animal there. I was able to bump my fan to 85% on the 7970 and get a better OC but it was louder than a vacuum next to my ear.


I don't see why you guys have argued for 50+ pages about this. You guys need to get a room! Deep breath. Both of you! Play some pc games or something. There is a review here:

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/graphics/display/nvidia-geforce-gtx-680.html

That looks at an overclocked 7970 vs an overclocked 680. IMO, an overclocked 7970 trades blows easily with a 680, this is after using both. The 680 still wins some games like Batman and Skyrim, while the 7970 will win crysis 2, metro 2033, and some others. Your mileage or opinion may vary of course, dont' care to argue it wink.gif Dont' get me wrong, the 680 is definitely a better buy for a new purchaser and faster out of the box.

They are both killer cards.
Edited by xoleras - 3/29/12 at 12:53pm
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Found a 7970 for 460 shipped and jumped on it.

A new EVGA card would have costed 500 + shipping + 13% taxes since i like in canada.

The extra $100 does not warrant the 10-20% performance increase, especially when the 7970 performs like a beast already.
So that' the video card i bought, don't understand why people have to argue 50+ pages about 80fps or 88 fps.
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