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You are commenting without reading the link from the opening post. With both stock, the 680 is marginally faster than the 670. Clock for clock, I don't think you could tell the difference. Hence there is no reason to go for the 680, as you get the same performance cheaper with the 670. 470&480 or 7970%7950 (...) have a bigger difference between them.
You do realize that the 7970 is faster in most games clock for clock at 1600p. Plus it has 50% more memory and 40% higher memory bandwidth.


the differences between 680 and 670 was greater than the difference between 670 and 7970 at 1600p. Perhaps you shouldn't exaggerate details to your favor.
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Performance means absolutely nothing if you can't buy the card. Nvidia has so little stock of their 6xx series that people just can't buy them. They can be the best thing ever, but if you can't actually buy them who cares. Until they can supply sufficient stocks of their cards and cover all segments of the market they are losing to AMD imho.

I still consider the 6xx series a paper launch at this point. Just my opinion.
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Cards these days are becoming too overpowered for 1080P.
Completely pointless to buy the GTX670 if you have a standard 1080 or 1200 monitor (60hz).
Not if you want 60 FPS in the latest games. (Basically every serious gamer)

There's probably only two games you wouldn't get 60FPS on a GTX 660 Ti.

That's BF3 and metro 2033. Even 680 struggles to average 60+ FPS for them though. They are odd ones out, for 99% of other games you wouldnt need a GTX670 to get 60 FPS on 1080P
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Majin SSJ Eric is just butt hurt because he wastes his money on exorbitant pair of 7970 but are inferior to Nvidia's crippled model, GTX670. Which isnt even the flagship

Well the fact is you can't actually purchase any of Nvidia's cards since their is no stock kinda makes your argument(i hesitate to call your childish comment an argument though) invalid.
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As someone who has been looking for a 680 up until now I have to agree with you Gnomepatrol. Hopefully they will actually be able to keep these cards in stock but with how little supply there is for the 680s I'm skeptical.
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Absolutely true, hell my 6870 is enough for 1080p gaming. I can play every game at max except for a select few and in those games the settings i have to bring down don´t take away any significant eye candy from the game. so yeah, we really need new consoles to push gaming in significant ways.

Could not agree more BF3 is one of the most demanding games right now I am getting >80fps outside and >140fps inside with everything on ultra 16 x AF FXAA on high MSAA off @ 1080p. Dirt 3 maxed out >100fps, RE5 maxed out 190fps and HAWX 2 170fps. My rig right now is overkill @ 1080p. We are going to have to wait for the game developers to catch up to the card makers to justify running two 7970's or 680's on a 1080p monitor. The new consoles cannot get here fast enough for us PC gamers. I have full confidence that my rig will destroy console ports Bioshock Infinite and Crysis 3 @ 1080p. I will not need to upgrade for sometime.
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post #67 of 343
Wow. Just WOW. The 670 trails the 680 by an average of only around 5 percent. That's with ~80 percent of the shading/texturing performance and ~92 percent of the ROP & frontend performance. This card is just full of win.
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3D Mark11 Score Extreme Presets



GTX 680: 3063

GTX 670: 2986



That is too good to be real, but its real.
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Some of us have 1440P and 1600P monitors wink.gif

What is that LG 27" 1440p monitor that you got there? I thought only Dell U2711 and Apple Cinemda Display are the only 27" with 2560-1440 res?
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Man this doesn't really make sense. Feel like I should sell my 680 real quick before it loses its value.
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