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ill pass on the gtx 680 not much differences between my sli gtx 580.

I'll even pass! And I'm on GTX 470 SLi smile.gif

I want more bit on the RAM tongue.gif

And I also want a PCI-e 3.0 mobo before I buy it anyway (not that 3.0 is needed but meh biggrin.gif)

This one is the next upgrade smile.gif

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8Z77_WS/#specifications

6x SATA III ports and 2x PCI-e 3.0 BOTH at 16x

So 2x M4 256GB in RAID 0 for OS

And 4x Velociraptors 600GB in RAID 0 for DATA

(Use a external HDD for back-up or so wink.gif)

Good enough for me tongue.gif (dream on rolleyes.gif )

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I wait GK110 too. I want to buy real GTX580 successor not renamed GTX570 successor because AMD is weak and Nvidia beat him with middle segment.
GK110 please...
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Hi, for compare...this is with my sli 590, 2500k@4.9Ghz, 16GB

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Link with larger thumb:

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/51/heaven11d.png/


Regards...

EDIT:

I think Nvidia has a very good job with the GTX 680´s...the performance are one little step with de gtx 590....but the 680 has 2GB of VRAM...and
produce less heat and needs less power ;-P

I must say that my GTX 590 cost me around 450€ (2nd hand) and I´m very, very happy with them....

On the other hand,I don´t like on the 680´s the "turbo boost" and OCP...because limiting (for the moment) the OC depending of his temperature....

P.D.: I can benchmarking with my 590 at 0.963V@ 720Mhz and my 2500k at 5.1-5.3Ghz but I´d post the settings that I used in my hours of gaming...and my OC´s are solid stable.

Thank you, and sorry for my english I´m a spanish boy.
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I overclock for min fps, forgot about price...
I bet you my 7970 at 1350mhz beats any gtx 680 all on air
there was some benchmark which shows 7970 on ln2 @ 17xx mhz which beat the evga 680 at 18xx mhz.
At higher clocks the 7970 wins because of memory bandwidth but at lower clocks the 680 pulls out the winner due to better performance per clock and per watt.

oh the fanboism on this one..
compare a oc'd 7970 to stock 680..ofc the 7970 is gonna win..we all know clock to clock the 680 drop kicks the 7970...
http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/37209-geforce-gtx-680-vs-radeon-hd-7970-clocks/?page=3
please don't say anything without backing it up next time
thanks..
 
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oh the fanboism on this one..
compare a oc'd 7970 to stock 680..ofc the 7970 is gonna win..we all know clock to clock the 680 drop kicks the 7970...
http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/37209-geforce-gtx-680-vs-radeon-hd-7970-clocks/?page=3
please don't say anything without backing it up next time
thanks..

And whats stopping the 680 from boosting? The only way you can test it is if both are overclocked to there max. And the 7970 with the new drivers beat the 680 in almost all games. Sorry pal.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1273746/radeon-7970-will-outperform-gtx-680-with-catalyst-12-7/130
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oh the fanboism on this one..
compare a oc'd 7970 to stock 680..ofc the 7970 is gonna win..we all know clock to clock the 680 drop kicks the 7970...
http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/37209-geforce-gtx-680-vs-radeon-hd-7970-clocks/?page=3
please don't say anything without backing it up next time
thanks..

Edit: Did you seriously just make your account to say that lachen.gif If not calm down bro poke.gif


Dude that card is boosting, furthermore the 7970 is the better card performance wise as EVERYONE can hit 1050 @ stock volts and with a 1.18v-1.22v everyone I know can hit the 1.2ghz mark or higher which is more than the "stock" 680 boosts to (due to the stock cooler hitting 70 degrees), I never disagreed. Infact I own ONE 7970, yet I also own two gtx 680s dc2 top in SLI. Pm me for any proof if you want, and take your own advice of "backing it up" (me being a fanboy) next time.

The 7970 is better if you can cool it. Higher memory bandwidth is because of this.

I've given up on triple screens for gaming, only for browsing, not many of the games I play support them on multiplayer (even with widescreenfixer) hence my decision for a better performing multi-card setup, (sli is better IMO FOR ME and I switched to a single 1080p 120hz/1440p 102hz depending) screen in which my 680 sli wins over any 7970 at AIR/REASONABLE WATER clock/clock at my main games and isn't far behind in most (the 7970 typically wins in unbiased games). Furthermore, much less power allows me to satisfy my other need, silence even at hot sandwiched SLI.

If someone doesn't care about noise/has higher than 1600p I'd recommend a 7970 for price/memory bandwidth, otherwise the opposite.

Seriously, chill with your misguided "anti fanboy" spam.




Edit: At the poster above me you're also 100% correct! ATI has improved their drivers AMAZINGLY. 12.7 CAP is amazing tbh performance wise and does beat the gtx 680. What most people don't realise though is the utilisation went up significantly hence the power went up a decent amount, roughly 5% for my gigabyte SOC which added a couple of degrees to my temperature and ramped up my fan speed frown.gif
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Dude that card is boosting, furthermore the 7970 is the better card performance wise as EVERYONE can hit 1050 @ stock volts and with a 1.18v-1.22v everyone I know can hit the 1.2ghz mark or higher which is more than the "stock" 680 boosts to (due to the stock cooler hitting 70 degrees), I never disagreed. Infact I own ONE 7970, yet I also own two gtx 680s dc2 top in SLI. Pm me for any proof if you want, and take your own advice of "backing it up" (me being a fanboy) next time.
The 7970 is better if you can cool it. Higher memory bandwidth is because of this.
I've given up on triple screens for gaming, only for browsing, not many of the games I play support them on multiplayer (even with widescreenfixer) hence my decision for a better performing multi-card setup, (sli is better IMO FOR ME and I switched to a single 1080p 120hz/1440p 102hz depending) screen in which my 680 sli wins over any 7970 at AIR/REASONABLE WATER clock/clock. Furthermore, much less power allows me to satisfy my other need, silence even at hot sandwiched SLI.
If someone doesn't care about noise/has higher than 1600p I'd recommend a 7970 for price/memory bandwidth, otherwise the opposite.
Seriously, chill with your misguided "anti fanboy" spam.
Edit: At the poster above me you're also 100% correct! ATI has improved their drivers AMAZINGLY. 12.7 CAP is amazing tbh performance wise and does beat the gtx 680. What most people don't realise though is the utilisation went up significantly hence the power went up a decent amount, roughly 5% for my gigabyte SOC which added a couple of degrees to my temperature and ramped up my fan speed frown.gif
Uh...... Not according to this review recent HardwareCanucks review. The GTX 680 is faster than the 7970, even with the 12.7 beta drivers....The 680 Top and the 680 reference model were faster than both 7970's(Ghz edition).. They're using 12.7 AMD drivers. I'm not going to spam benches, but I'll link you to the review.

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/55064-asus-gtx-680-directcu-ii-top-review.html
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Edit: Did you seriously just make your account to say that lachen.gif If not calm down bro poke.gif
Dude that card is boosting, furthermore the 7970 is the better card performance wise as EVERYONE can hit 1050 @ stock volts and with a 1.18v-1.22v everyone I know can hit the 1.2ghz mark or higher which is more than the "stock" 680 boosts to (due to the stock cooler hitting 70 degrees)frown.gif

There are a ton of referrence GTX 680's running up to and beyond 1300mhz core with stock cooling, My PNY 680 with the stock cooler did 1325mhz core stable with the stock cooler ramped up to just 65 percent.
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There are a ton of referrence GTX 680's running up to and beyond 1300mhz core with stock cooling, My PNY 680 with the stock cooler did 1325mhz core stable with the stock cooler ramped up to just 65 percent.

I refer to stock cooling speeds. My Asus dc2 top in SLI with 64% fanspeed can get up to 1.34ghz core with stock memory frequencies (stock to this card) stable on stock volts. With more voltage I can do more :\. I haven't tested other fanspeeds, otherwise my temperature on top card goes above 70 and it throttles, I haven't tried it with 100% as it sounds like a FREAKING JET ENGINE otherwise...but my bottom card is at a nice cool 65 degrees so I could get more on a single card...I wonder what I could do if I re-installed my bottom intake fan back on biggrin.gif.

I always refer to stock-stock levels so everyone can get a comparison. It's also why I hate gtx680 benches, as some cards (like yours you lucky dude) will boost much more and thrash everything by a larger than normal margin.

Furthermore, I haven't noticed this as evidently with my cooler, but with the stock cooler on stock settings, the boost clock will take it to 70 degrees which will lead to fluctuation of boost clock which would reduce my claim but make benches be even more frustrating to deal with as if it doesn't hit 70 it can boost higher, but in a typical load scenario with say 3 grenades, bullets flying and a c4 blowing up a freaking jeep on a 64 player large back-to-karkand map a slight boost clock could get it to 70 degrees. You just never know, and the 7970 and 680 are SO close and trade blows depending on games (and the boost clock) it just irritates me more.

On average the 7970 wins in GAMES WHICH ARE NOT BIASED which make it the BETTER CARD.

Sadly though, this is the REAL WORLD in which even if the games are biased it still matters. Arkham city being the worst example for nVidia (and the popular BF:3 to a lesser extent) are both more popular than freaking dragon age 2. Furthermore, some "AMD OPTIMISED and BRANDED" games, like Dirt 3 and Deus:X, actually run better on nVidia cards which are price-matches :\. This does make the gtx 680 a tied card to the 7970 at best.

However, as always I recommend to people to get the card which performs better at their needs, such as noise, resolution and preferred game engines. E.g. of an engine: Frostbite - nVidia. Noise and power - nVidia. Price/performance ATI. Any form of side-tasks such as computing or rendering - ATI. etc....
    
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I hear what your saying but the 70c cap is easily resolved by manually ramping up the stock cooler, it doesnt take much either as the 600 series runs very cool. Both amd and nvidia have nice cards this round, just have to pick the card that plays the kind of games you like playing the best.
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