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I dont think so. We must w8 until we see more bench from users. Like the post above crank up the AA and this card cant keep up. No reason to choose 660ti over 7950 or 7870 from the moment that the mark for this card is at 300$. For 300 $ i want to play with AA at 1080p at least.
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post #152 of 489
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I dont think so. We must w8 until we see more bench from users. Like the post above crank up the AA and this card cant keep up. No reason to choose 660ti over 7950 or 7870 from the moment that the mark for this card is at 300$. For 300 $ i want to play with AA at 1080p at least.

Have to agree there and I own a 570 now myself... Why would you not want the AA on if playing at 1080p and the 3 GB of VRAM on top of that against these 2 GB versions of the 660ti......
Edited by deerhunter716 - 8/16/12 at 11:05am
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Originally Posted by sugarhell View Post

I dont think so. We must w8 until we see more bench from users. Like the post above crank up the AA and this card cant keep up. No reason to choose 660ti over 7950 or 7870 from the moment that the mark for this card is at 300$. For 300 $ i want to play with AA at 1080p at least.

Depends on the type of AA. AMD 7000 series and traditionally most AMD GPUs tend to be worse at Supersampling since it taxes the ROPs more before bandwidth comes into the picture. They have fewer options too. I take IQ over needlessly taxing a GPU with failing algorithms, but that's my opinion.

EDIT:

I think there's a misunderstanding. I'm talking about the 7870. not 7950. Or iaw 145GiB/s vs 153GiB/s not 240GiB/s.
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Just like any review of kepler nvidia seems to win and been so close between 660,670 and 680. The auto clock feature wins the review at stock.easily. Just crank up this amd card a bit use 12.8 and see the difference. At 300 $ this is so expensive. Its a card for 1080p and below and they charge 300 $. At 200-250 $ its a perfect card.

The "Auto Clock"? The card doesn't automatically overclock itself. It has a designated boost clock that is used based on thermal conditions. Default boost clock on the majority of cards is 1080 core and thats what they were tested with. Dont be mad because amd just brought this feature out to their cards
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You only see things red don`t you??

It sure seems like it. I cant believe all the excuses i'm hearing today. It was only yesterday when everyone was saying the 192 bit bus was going to make it perform like a 7850
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You only see things red don`t you??

Per Anandtech.....

"the 7950 is anywhere between a bit faster to a bit slower depending on what benchmarks you favor"

The funny thing is both sides can come up with all the reviews which proves their point -- case in point where I quote Anandtech above... They are pretty damn equal....
Edited by deerhunter716 - 8/16/12 at 11:10am
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Per Anandtech.....
"the 7950 is anywhere between a bit faster to a bit slower depending on what benchmarks you favor"
The funny thing is both sides can come up with all the reviews which proves their point -- case in point where I quote Anandtech above... They are pretty damn equal....

I'm going to have to fully agree with you on this.
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Per Anandtech.....
"the 7950 is anywhere between a bit faster to a bit slower depending on what benchmarks you favor"
The funny thing is both sides can come up with all the reviews which proves their point -- case in point where I quote Anandtech above... They are pretty damn equal....

Techpowerup tested 18 games at many different resolutions, from 0xAA to 4XAA, from 1080x800 to 5760x1080p , they came to the conclusion that the 660 TI = 7950. Same did Anandtech too if you actually try to read what they post. How many more games do you want to see before you see other colours than red?

Now stop with your excuses. Its getting pathetic to read
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 8/16/12 at 11:15am
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The "Auto Clock"? The card doesn't automatically overclock itself. It has a designated boost clock that is used based on thermal conditions. Default boost clock on the majority of cards is 1080 core and thats what they were tested with. Dont be mad because amd just brought this feature out to their cards

Its an auto overclock and makes the card to look better on stock. Thats why nvidia looks better on review. Boost clock=overclock. Its simple.And hell no i dont want this feature on amd card. I want raw power and to be able to tweak my card. As i say for 300 $ this is a no no.
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they came to the conclusion that the 660 TI = 7950. Same did Anandtech too if you actually try to read what they post. How many more games do you want to see before you see other colours than red?
Now stop with your excuses. Its getting pathetic to read



I stated "They are pretty damn equal...." as my very last sentence LOL So that would mean I see the red color AND the green color..... thumb.gif

Still personally I would maybe opt for the 7950 but again that is only my personal choice period....
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