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OK that's one out of the way , now lets dismantle the other nonsense .....
So you're saying that card that beats 7970 for $400 does not offer better value for money than 7870 for $360 or 7950 for $400 ?
How much is 7970 again ? ........ $500?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&N=-1&isNodeId=1&Description=7970+gigabyte&x=0&y=0

Looks to me like you can get a 7970 for 450. I'd much rather have a Sapphire then a Gigabyte as well.

Edit: And three free games. Considering overclocked performance I'd take that in a heartbeat if I was planning on moving up to this generation of cards. No point with two 3gb 580s though.
    
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Well this thread got interesting.
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OK that's one out of the way , now lets dismantle the other nonsense .....
So you're saying that card that beats 7970 for $400 does not offer better value for money than 7870 for $360 or 7950 for $400 ?
How much is 7970 again ? ........ $500?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&N=-1&isNodeId=1&Description=7970+gigabyte&x=0&y=0

Yes. The 7870 doesn't even sell for $360. It sells for $335, making it of roughly equal value to the 670. That's what the chart was pointing out, but you can't read charts, so I'm having to spell it out for you.
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Right and calling someone a "kid" automatically makes you right , not to mention cool ......... rolleyes.gif
Once again you ignore what i asked you to do ......... how convenient.
Now how about you come up with something better from AMD for the money ? ..... wait ... you can't because there is none available.
That's not the end ... check this my AMD cheerleader.
Gigabyte 7870 $359
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125418&nm_mc=TEMC-CrossSellAutoNotifyUS&cm_mmc=TEMC-CrossSellAutoNotifyUS-_-content-_-Items-_-14-125-418
Gigabyte GTX670 $399
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125423
$40 bucks more buys you overclocked custom cooled GTX670 that beats 7970 and can't be touched by 7950 let alone 7870 ..... how's that for a value ? biggrin.gif
Now come up with some real world charts with benchmarks of actual games that show 7870 within 3% range of GTX670 or a good AMD alternative for 670 SLI like i asked you many times.
oh ....... and good luck you will need it. rolleyes.gif

Uh , hate to rain on your parade and all, but....

That extra $40 doesn't buy you a damn thing, because the card is unavailable! Now on the AMD side of things, you can get it because it is in stock! Which if the person is needing to upgrade or had an out of warranty failure, or any other reason to have a card now, the GTX 670 isn't even an option.

So to recap...

A person couldn't even purchase your champion of a card, and no eta.
AMD is available, $40 cheaper, and capable of running really any game just fine.


Now I am not trying to hate on Nvidia, if anything I have a slight preference for Nvidia and their drivers. I am just simply stating the obvious, as it pertains to the discussion at hand.
    
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I'm enjoying the hell out of this back and forth.

I like that Sapphire card too. Been looking at it since I sold my GTX 480s. Not sure what I want really, not due to this thread at all. I just want one card that will last me for a couple of years. The 7970s look like an even mix of power, memory bandwidth, and overall tech. I also have to say that the new GTX 600 series are very compelling indeed.
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nVidia wins by everyone who has a brain stops buying AMD radeon GPU's because they are poorly designed.
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nVidia wins by everyone who has a brain stops buying AMD radeon GPU's because they are poorly designed.
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Poorly designed? The CEO of Nvidia admits the original design with their gpus starting with fermi were impossible to manufacture and can not be done in reality.
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Poorly designed? The CEO of Nvidia admits the original design with their gpus starting with fermi could not be done in reality.

He's just trolling.
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"by everyone who has a brain"

Really? That's your compelling argument to convince me that x brand is better than y brand? Come on....
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"by everyone who has a brain"
Really? That's your compelling argument to convince me that x brand is better than y brand? Come on....
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He's just trolling.
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