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Originally Posted by mcg75 View Post

Again, what kind of Nvidia PR site would go out and pay for an AMD card out of their own pocket, give it free advertising with a review and then say the 7950 that have better cooling are really going to shine? You have zero proof that there were any other versions available to them when they purchased. A bias site would not have paid for the card nor would they give the 7950 any compliments at all. The review is perfectly fair for what the card is. Your theme of the day is zero proof and all speculation.

free negative advertising. You forgot that they purchased and reviewed a product knowing very well the cooler's limitations so that they can complain and criticize the HD 7950 Boost product. If they had picked the Sapphire HD 7950 Vapor-X they would have nothing to criticize about the cooler and would generally have positive comments on the HD 7950 Boost. but they wouldn't do that. you are trying hard to defend hardwarecanucks. thumb.gif
Edited by raghu78 - 9/7/12 at 12:38pm
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free negative advertising. You forgot that they purchased and reviewed a product knowing very well the cooler's limitations so that they can complain and criticize the HD 7950 Boost product. If they had picked the Sapphire HD 7950 Vapor-X they would have nothing to criticize about the cooler and would generally have positive comments on the HD 7950 Boost. but they wouldn't do that. you are trying hard to defend hardwarecanucks. thumb.gif

Raghu, believe this or not, some people actually buy reference cards. That Powercolor card was purchased by more than just Hardware Canucks. All their review did was confirm that if a person wants to overclock, there are better version of the 7950 to do just.

You have absolutely no idea what 7950 boost cards were actually available when they bought this card. It may come off like I'm "defending" Canucks but the fact is I would help anyone that has a person attacking them with zero proof or truth and keeps making stuff up.

Zero proof, zero truth.
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i told that to EVERYONE but i guess you got upset about it.. hmmm rolleyes.gif

If it was directed at everyone, that includes me and I have a right to respond to such an inaccurate statement.

And yeah, I was so upset I spent the whole afternoon just fuming about it. rolleyes.gif
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post #194 of 363
Cant believe this is still a debate haha

The new 7xxx cards imo really arent that fast. Amd's topened 7970 is getting beaten by a 660ti

Proof you ask?



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Edit: Forgot to mention the 660ti is at stock, and the 7970 at 1.3GHz
post #195 of 363
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Cant believe this is still a debate haha
The new 7xxx cards imo really arent that fast. Amd's topened 7970 is getting beaten by a 660ti
Proof you ask?

thumb.gif
Edit: Forgot to mention the 660ti is at stock, and the 7970 at 1.3GHz

I'm sorry but this is laughable. Reference? I'm willing to run BF3 or any game for that matter vs. any 660 Ti or Kepler chip. Less talking and more walking people thumb.gif
post #196 of 363
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I'm sorry but this is laughable. Reference? I'm willing to run BF3 or any game for that matter vs. any 660 Ti or Kepler chip. Less talking and more walking people thumb.gif

Hows this?



Cheers thumb.gif
post #197 of 363
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Hows this?

Cheers thumb.gif

Reference your graphs please. Posting random graphs and making absurd claims proves nothing. Like I said, if anyone with a 660 Ti wants to run a number of games then I'm down to show what a 7970 can do thumb.gif. I too can find graphs showing Tahiti domination
post #198 of 363
Any Kepler meat is better than no Kepler meat tongue.gif

I'm definitely down. Next time you post graphs, submit proof to back results. I will post my BF3 fps result tonight along with proof.
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Any Kepler meat is better than no Kepler meat tongue.gif
I'm definitely down. Next time you post graphs, submit proof to back results. I will post my BF3 fps result tonight along with proof.

How exactly can we bench bf3 lol, its not like there is a official bench tool xD

Im also down for benches

you got steam? Might help us coordinate it abit better haha
post #200 of 363
hahahahahahaha

Tahiti pwns Kepler. See my graph:

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