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I am getting this baby next week. I am pretty excited

From where are you getting it? thumb.gif
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From where are you getting it? thumb.gif

from coldzero.eu

 

They dont have any 670 backplates though. My Zotac 670 is on a 680 pcb hence the 680 PCB fits

 

The guys were nice enough to change the GTX 680 to GTX 670 and add my name on it.

 

They can also change the color of the Nvidia logo if wanted.

 

Edit : Your Gigabyte 670 is also on a 680 PCB so this would fit as well :)

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from coldzero.eu

They dont have any 670 backplates though. My Zotac 670 is on a 680 pcb hence the 680 PCB fits

The guys were nice enough to change the GTX 680 to GTX 670 and add my name on it.

They can also change the color of the Nvidia logo if wanted.

Edit : Your Gigabyte 670 is also on a 680 PCB so this would fit as well smile.gif
Thank you. I'm gonna get one soon.
Yeah mines a Ref 680 PCB. thumb.gif
Edited by Rakin - 9/5/12 at 2:50am
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Thank you. I'm gonna get one soon.
Yeah mines a Ref 680 PCB. thumb.gif

do it fast they have few on stock. A few friends of mine from Turkey might order as well. :)

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do it fast they have few on stock. A few friends of mine from Turkey might order as well. smile.gif
ASUS DC2 has back plate on it stock *whistles*
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Edit - I'm playing games like BF3, GW2 and WoW and for all of them, I'm running it on ultra and my fps never sits under 85 fps. The only game that isn't over 60 is Metro. Running it on ultra gives me 45 fps.
I don't own BF3 :/
so... after a quick search on Youtube I would find it hardly plausible that your card would never go under 85fps.
The average (according to my research) should be around ~65 (without v sync) and you could peek down to the 40s

sources:
http://youtu.be/_IZtcIpTDuQ
http://youtu.be/9J_I2Ru7ARE
http://youtu.be/z-Nmvt5RqOM

If you DO assure me that you have an higher fps then that,
then either you have an SLI setup and I've misunderstood something...
or you have a poor reading comprehension of the monitoring tool you're using (no offense).
Edited by Xnerdz - 9/5/12 at 9:21pm
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I don't own BF3 :/
so... after a quick search on Youtube I would find it hardly plausible that your card would never go under 85fps.
The average (according to my research) should be around ~65 (without v sync) and you could peek down to the 40s
sources:
http://youtu.be/_IZtcIpTDuQ
http://youtu.be/9J_I2Ru7ARE
http://youtu.be/z-Nmvt5RqOM
If you DO assure me that you have an higher fps then that,
then either you have an SLI setup and I've misunderstood something...
or you have a poor reading comprehension of the monitoring tool you're using (no offense).
he's not running it maxed and plays only tdm on noshar canals (tiny map)
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I don't own BF3 :/
so... after a quick search on Youtube I would find it hardly plausible that your card would never go under 85fps.
The average (according to my research) should be around ~65 (without v sync) and you could peek down to the 40s
sources:
http://youtu.be/_IZtcIpTDuQ
http://youtu.be/9J_I2Ru7ARE
http://youtu.be/z-Nmvt5RqOM
If you DO assure me that you have an higher fps then that,
then either you have an SLI setup and I've misunderstood something...
or you have a poor reading comprehension of the monitoring tool you're using (no offense).

I quite enjoyed that hahaha thumb.gif

I've used Fraps and Precision X to confirm the fps I'm getting. Trust me, I know it doesn't seem likely to get my fps this high but it is. I'm using ONE EVGA GTX 670 FTW edition. The stats of my rig are in my sig rig actually. Resolution is at 1920x1080. Vsync is off and everything is on ultra with 4xmsaa.

Again, I haven't had time to take screenshots due to getting a new TV and BF3 having to update last night so tonight I'll be uploading the pictures. I have no reason to lie as I know none of you and it would be pointless.

So, as the internet says, pics or it didn't happen. Gimme 12 hours and they'll be up.

Also, with regards to those videos, whenever you record gameplay, it'll take a toll on your fps. So if I had to start recording my gameplay, I would be dipping too. Ask those guys who filmed those videos for their fps without fraps recording and there'll be a big increase.
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he's not running it maxed and plays only tdm on noshar canals (tiny map)

Not sure if you actually sit behind me and watch me play but I play all the maps buddy thumb.gif
Edited by DuckKnuckle - 9/5/12 at 11:56pm
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I don't own BF3 :/
so... after a quick search on Youtube I would find it hardly plausible that your card would never go under 85fps.
The average (according to my research) should be around ~65 (without v sync) and you could peek down to the 40s
sources:
http://youtu.be/_IZtcIpTDuQ
http://youtu.be/9J_I2Ru7ARE
http://youtu.be/z-Nmvt5RqOM
If you DO assure me that you have an higher fps then that,
then either you have an SLI setup and I've misunderstood something...
or you have a poor reading comprehension of the monitoring tool you're using (no offense).

At resolution 1980x1080 or 1980x1200 with single GTX 670 it's not possible that fps in bf3 would never go under 85fps if graphics are set to ultra.
I have GTX 670 running at 1215Mhz mem +450 and i5 2500k running at 4.4Ghz. Ive been playing Bf3 multiplay at resolution 1980x1080 with ultra settings and MSAA x 2. Yes, sometimes fps can be over 100 (indoors, some small detailed areas) but when you are middle of big chaos fps can dip near to 60fps. I think average fps is something like 70-75. So its very very very smooth and enjoyable to play, but that saying that fps wont never go under 85fps is just bull****.
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So, as the internet says, pics or it didn't happen. Gimme 12 hours and they'll be up.

Even you send picture of that i still refuse to believe it biggrin.gif
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