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Benchmarks will tell you that the 660ti is about 10% slower that the GTX670 at stock clocks. You could overclock it (my 670 can easily go for 15-20% more performance), but the memory interface will be the bottle neck.
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It really depends on what you play and how you play....if you're willing to turn off settings, sure go for it....but you're still not hitting 120hz, which was the point I was trying to make
but hey, if you're happy running 80fps on a single GPU with toned down settings....with that 120hz monitor of yours....props to you....I know I wouldn't be happy, effectively wasting that extra head room
I get in the 80's with the game maxed out? thinking.gif
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I get in the 80's with the game maxed out? thinking.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1294978/gtx-660-ti-vs-gtx-670/300_100#post_18181480

Not that I'm aware of. You just said right there you turn down 1-2 settings and get 80fps

And I think you're missing the point completely. I'm talking about hitting 120hz and maintaining that average, give or take 10 frames....it ain't going to happen on a single card on ultra, PERIOD. Now if you want to run 80fps on a 120hz monitor, with toned down settings, be my guest.....yes 80hz is smoother than 60hz, but you are effectively wasting that extra headroom by bottle necking it with your single card....that is the point I was trying to make
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1294978/gtx-660-ti-vs-gtx-670/300_100#post_18181480
Not that I'm aware of. You just said right there you turn down 1-2 settings and get 80fps
And I think you're missing the point completely. I'm talking about hitting 120hz and maintaining that average, give or take 10 frames....it ain't going to happen on a single card on ultra, PERIOD. Now if you want to run 80fps on a 120hz monitor, with toned down settings, be my guest.....yes 80hz is smoother than 60hz, but you are effectively wasting that extra headroom by bottle necking it with your single card....that is the point I was trying to make
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It most certainly is NOT a waste. People who do not own a 120hz monitor or have sat down with one for at least a hour.
80fps is smoother then 60 on a 120hz and it is noticeable, once you hit 100fps it is a BIG difference and if my 670 can pull it off with only messing with 1 or maybe 2 settings(ex. in BF3 I just turn shadows to low and I jump up alot(From mid 80's as avg upper 70's as lows and go to 90's and 80's.) If I want 100+fps all the time I just turn HBAO off and I get it without hurting the eye candy.)
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You messed up the quote so now I have to start fresh tongue.gif

You may do as you wish. It's your money and your computer. But I know with me and alot of other people, buying a 120hz monitor just to maintain only 80hz isn't exactly paradise. Does it look smoother? Yes it does. Are you wasting that extra 40hz? Yes you are...and that was the point I was trying to make

And I currently own the Asus 144hz monitor. So I am definitely not just talking out of my rear biggrin.gif
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And again, what is HBAO?
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It's basically an ambient occlusion technique used in some games (similar to SSAO). Makes everything look nicer if implemented properly, but has a huge impact on performance.
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It's basically an ambient occlusion technique used in some games (similar to SSAO). Makes everything look nicer if implemented properly, but has a huge impact on performance.

Is this a setting for all games?
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Sorry about making this same thread here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1325713/gtx-660-ti-vs-gtx-670#post_18571173 . I just thought of asking the same question again because now the 660Ti might have been more "mature" than before. I guess I was wrong to make another thread, I should have just asked this question in this same thread. Again, mods I apologize.

Back to the question, I hope you guys can help me decide which brand of GTX670 should I go with?
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Back to the question, I hope you guys can help me decide which brand of GTX670 should I go with?

EVGA GTX 670 FTW. one of the best GTX 670 cards with EVGA's top notch support.
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