Originally Posted by edalbkrad
correction for you.
It will be confusing for the OP/threadstarter to read your reply.
He might actually think a stock 7770 can beat a stock 6870.
well at stock it'll perform as the 6850 stock but when the 7770 is overclocked to around 1200mhz it'll hit 6870 speeds with current driver improvements
Originally Posted by nz3777
No no I think iam able to follow you guys lol, seeing that its overclocked it will come ahead slightly correct? The 7770 is going for 130 with tax so I was commparing that's all. Will I be able to play games on medium settings with 1 7770? That is until iamm able to get another one for crossfire if I had the extra money id go for a 670 or 680 but times are tuff so u gotta stretch that dollar lol
7770 for 130 is a great deal, medium settings on most games can play BF3 around the medium to high area at 1080p but if you got 1440x900 res like i do then you can go high detail settings and get great fps which for me i'm getting 40+ never dipping below 40..
in terms of the 670 and 680 the 670 would provide better bang for the buck as the 670 is 5% or so slower then the 680 in turns a slight OC to the 670 and it'll perform as much as a 680
i agree have to stretch it as far as it can go now a days.
also to 2 7770's got scaling just like the 6850/70 of nearly 100% or more than 100% in games that utilize crossfire or SLI well Edited by JunkoXan - 8/1/12 at 11:44am