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Oh sory i dont know any shop in that part of the world do you have a website from you area that is i english?
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What's up with people comparing a 7950 to a 660ti? It's not even close... I haven't used the 12.11 drivers (I'm still using 12.4, it gives me the best combination of performance and rock solid stability) and there's absolutely no noticeable stutter or anything. Remember people, a stock 7950 is clocked at 800mhz... that's PITIFUL. A quick overclock to 1.1ghz (something that almost all 7950's will hit because you can increase voltage) or 1.2ghz+ if you have a bit of good luck will cause huge FPS increases. The 7950 is one of the best cards you can buy for the price - it's so easy to OC to 1.1, and if you can hit 1.2+ you're looking at similar performance to OC'd GTX 680's. 12.11 drivers aren't a necessity, so if you're worried about that weird stutter, just use older drivers that still perform just fine.
As for 1440p, I just received my 120hz Catleap a few days ago. My god this thing is amazing. Picture quality blew me away. The colours are incredibly vivid compared to my old TN BenQ. The resolution is incredible. Games look so crisp, sharp and vivid. Combine it with 120hz and you get an amazing experience. Fast paced twitch shooters like CoD and CS all have a constant minimum of 120fps. Other games that are more taxing will either look amazing at 1440p and stay at least at 60fps, or I can turn down a few of the unnecessarily harsh settings and get higher FPS with little fidelity loss.
Witcher 2 for example will basically have a minimum of 60fps at 1440p with uber sampling off, SSAO disabled and shadows on medium. Everything else that significantly influences image quality is on and on max. The extra FPS is just so nice to have though that I can't justify increasing shadow quality - but maybe enabling SSAO will be worth while.
Everyone should also try out Just Cause 2. The game runs at like a minimum of 100fps maxed out at 1440p, it's optimised so amazingly well. The colours are also awesome to look at it on an IPS monitor thumb.gif

i was thinking of getting another 7950 because i want to upgrade from 1080, is it really needed based on your experience with one gpu?
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i was thinking of getting another 7950 because i want to upgrade from 1080, is it really needed based on your experience with one gpu?
If you need everything on ultra then yes.
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If you need everything on ultra then yes.

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Oh sory i dont know any shop in that part of the world do you have a website from you area that is i english?

my only choice is ebay


or stick with LG , sammy and sony's monitors that are available here
post #1816 of 6172
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i was thinking of getting another 7950 because i want to upgrade from 1080, is it really needed based on your experience with one gpu?

I game on a single 670 and I am very happy.

Getting a 2nd one would make things better of course

 

it is not 100% needed but it would be awesome for sure biggrin.gif

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I just ordered the dell u2713hm and the dell rep. said i would have it by the 19th,my question is i have a gtx 680 2gb will it be enough vram?? i was gonna sli it but may buy the 4gb version instead if needed?
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I just ordered the dell u2713hm and the dell rep. said i would have it by the 19th,my question is i have a gtx 680 2gb will it be enough vram?? i was gonna sli it but may buy the 4gb version instead if needed?

For today's games yes it will be more than enough but we have people here claiming that switching from 2gb to 4gb versions made some of their games smoother. Also we have users without any complaints with even 1.5gb of Vram.

 

If you will keep the 680 SLI setup for 2 years or so than 4GB wouldnt hurt.

 

All depends on your budget.

 

I went for 670 4GB from 670 2GB and I dont regret it. I am enjoying it to be honest.

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I just ordered the dell u2713hm and the dell rep. said i would have it by the 19th,my question is i have a gtx 680 2gb will it be enough vram?? i was gonna sli it but may buy the 4gb version instead if needed?
Sleeping Dogs can eat all 3 GB of VRAM on a 7950 in 1080 and its even worse in 1440P so a 4 GB card would not be a bad idea for future gmaes like Crysis 3 or some of the others.
I am selling my 2 GB GTX 680 and going for 2x 4GB cards in SLI
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post #1820 of 6172
I just ordered the Dell 30" Monitor for 900$, great price smile.gif got a special discount on it, guess my single 7950 wont cut it now. i might upgrade to a 7990 soon smile.gif
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