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you should have checked ncix.com , I know they were selling some 7950 under 370$

Help needed - 7950 vs 670.

OK, so i am yet to receive my xfx 7950 black edition dd from amazon. Should i return my 7950 and purchase EVGA GeForce GTX670 SuperClocked 2048MB instead ?
Edited by proxycon - 5/13/12 at 10:01am
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post #72 of 134
670 is way better for 399$ , with the release of 670 the 7950 should worth around 320$ now lol. you cant go wrong with 670, i would say go for it
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670 is way better for 399$ , with the release of 670 the 7950 should worth around 320$ now lol. you cant go wrong with 670, i would say go for it
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Why God! I will receive my xfx 7950 black edition dd tomorrow. and I will send it back without opening the package. I saw EVGA GeForce GTX670 SuperClocked on amazon this morning for $419, by the time posted my SOS message on OCN, it was gone. And the greedy sellers are selling the same for $470-$490 frown.gif.. Whatever happened to humanity tongue.gif
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*3 monitor setup gaming* - decision
Guys, As you can see from my previous post that I am torn between choosing GTX 670 or XFX 7950 Black Edition DD. To start with I will set up my system for single monitor. But next month I am going to purchase two more monitors. So it will be a 3 X 1080p resolution gaming.

From this viewpoint, I have read that the more vram you have the better will be your gaming experience. In 7950 CFX I will be getting 6gb of VRAM. In 670 SLI, I will be getting 4 GB of vram. WHat do you guys suggest ?? Should I stick with 7950 for now and take another 7950 next month. Or, should i take two 670 cards now. frown.gif help please.
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post #75 of 134
i would vote for a 7950 for 320$ its at par GTX 580 and when you say tri monitor setup its ok with it smile.gif
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*3 monitor setup gaming* - decision
Guys, As you can see from my previous post that I am torn between choosing GTX 670 or XFX 7950 Black Edition DD. To start with I will set up my system for single monitor. But next month I am going to purchase two more monitors. So it will be a 3 X 1080p resolution gaming.
From this viewpoint, I have read that the more vram you have the better will be your gaming experience. In 7950 CFX I will be getting 6gb of VRAM. In 670 SLI, I will be getting 4 GB of vram. WHat do you guys suggest ?? Should I stick with 7950 for now and take another 7950 next month. Or, should i take two 670 cards now. frown.gif help please.

670 will be better, but VRAM does not add, you will be getting 3GB of VRAM with the 7950 and 2GB of VRAM with a 670 SLI. you shouldnt need to grab 2 of either card though. I should be plenty for most games. Unless you are a FPS natzi tongue.gif
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i would vote for a 7950 for 320$ its at par GTX 580 and when you say tri monitor setup its ok with it smile.gif

Lol, I ordered my XFX 7950 Black Edition DD from Amazon (seller Amazon.com) for $439.99. smile.gif
I am going to send it straight to them without opening.

So any help with returning the package, i.e.
- Can I drop off the package at UPS, without opening and pasting the return label on it.
- Should I open the package, get a new box, (not open the actual product), put the package, drop it at UPS

I have never faced a situation to return any Amazon product. So I can use some advice here smile.gif.
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670 will be better, but VRAM does not add, you will be getting 3GB of VRAM with the 7950 and 2GB of VRAM with a 670 SLI. you shouldnt need to grab 2 of either card though. I should be plenty for most games. Unless you are a FPS natzi tongue.gif

Lol, my bad.. I think it calls for a Chessmaster meme on me:

You added vrams of video cards in SLI.
You must be so pro natzi fps pc enthusiast tongue.gif

I will be getting Asus 670 if I can find one..
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Lol, my bad.. I think it calls for a Chessmaster meme on me:
You added vrams of video cards in SLI.
You must be so pro natzi fps pc enthusiast tongue.gif
I will be getting Asus 670 if I can find one..

Get it! tongue.gif

I know for amazon returns you have to print out a slip or something. It should be in your "orders" page. and click the return item(s) button
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Lol, I ordered my XFX 7950 Black Edition DD from Amazon (seller Amazon.com) for $439.99. smile.gif
I am going to send it straight to them without opening.
So any help with returning the package, i.e.
- Can I drop off the package at UPS, without opening and pasting the return label on it.
- Should I open the package, get a new box, (not open the actual product), put the package, drop it at UPS
I have never faced a situation to return any Amazon product. So I can use some advice here smile.gif.

i voted for a 7950 from the price point of view you payed 440$ for a 7950 i dont understand y would you do so when you are getting a better card for 400$ buddy rolleyes.gif
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