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I currently have SLI470's, and for a plethora of reasons (which I won't bother listing) I'd like to switch to a different, single card.

I can't decide, however, if I should pick up a 670 or not- or if an AMD offering might be a better choice for me right now. Let me explain.

670 Pros-
1. Phys X
I quite like Phys X. I *could* keep one of my 470's as a Phys X card if I went AMD, but I'd rather have the $120~ that I'd get for selling it.

2. Borderlands 2
I planned on buying this anyway, so that's essentially $50 off the card right there. Granted, I can get Sleeping Dogs with an AMD card, but I have no intentions of purchasing that so it isn't really a savings.

3. Dark Souls performance
There's been a lot of reports of poor DaS performance on AMD cards. Given that this is possibly my favorite game right now, I'm afraid that I'll end up unhappy with the performance I get in the game from an AMD offering.

4. More powerful than a 7950 before OC'ing.
I'm kind of lazy and probably won't bother OC'ing whatever card I pick up for awhile.

5. Software.
I'm not an AMD hater, and for single card/single display setups especially, AMD's drivers should be fine. However, I do enjoy NVIDIA's software more in general. (seems to have more options, and I've had better experience with it. Nvidia Inspector is especially nice, I don't know if AMD has anything that can match that. Also Adaptive V-sync.)

7950 Pros-
1. Cheaper.
Right off the bat, after factoring in the Borderlands 2 price cut on the 670, the 7950 is still going to be something like $20-$30 cheaper. More if I pick out one with a rebate, but I've never been a fan of rebates and often forget to even send them in.

In fact, I'm just noticing that XFX has a 7950 that's $290 after MIR. I've heard poor things of XFX's support though, and who knows how well the card OC's.

2. More VRAM.
3. Higher Memory Bandwidth.
These two kind of go together. Basically, I feel these things are just going to future proof me better. I'm skeptical that I'd ever have a use for 3GB of VRAM without getting a more powerful card. (except for maybe less demanding things, like heavy texture modding.) Should I be concerned about the memory bandwidth (compared to the 670) going forward, or do you folks suppose a 670 will suffice with a 256-bit bus for awhile? (I realize we can't see into the future, but some educated guessing should be possible.)

4. Compute performance.
This is another future proofing thing. Seeing as the 600 series as very poor compute performance, I'm worried this could be a problem (going forward) if compute features start being featured in more games. (as far as I know, only a few games currently use any sort of compute features)

5. Better performance after OC'ing.
Basically, to my knowledge, the 7950 performs a bit better than the 670 after all is said and done as far as OC'ing goes. (that said, according to benchmarks I've seen on techreport, the 670 generally has slightly better frame latency- which might mean a little less input lag/smoother image.)

I've also considered a 7970, but this is a bit pricey for me. ($100 more than even the 670, once you factor in the Borderlands 2 Promo.)

I'm kind of in a rush for answers as the Borderlands deal ends on the 3rd, so I'd like to pick the 670 up (if that is indeed what I should buy) before it ends.
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I'm very happy with my GTX 670, but I'm going to have to recommend going with the Radeon 7950. First off, the factory overclocked versions practically bring the performance up to GTX 670 levels, so even if you're lazy, you can still get great performance out of the box. And I'm sure you know just how fast it can with some serious overclocking.

I also don't think that PhysX is really worth factoring too heavily into your decision, but that's just my opinion. I can't really speak to either of the card's potential future bottlenecks, but it would appear that the 7950 is currently more future proof as well.

In any case, I have first hand experience with both cards, and for current day gaming, I don't think the GTX 670 can justify it's $100 more expensive price tag. That said, they're both great cards, and you can't go wrong with either one.
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That's a tough one. They are both great cards in my opinion. I had a 7950 until it crapped out on me. It was a great card for two weeks. But, ***** like that happens.
So i tried 2 670's and I couldn't be happier. Im running 5760x1080 playing bf3 on ultra.
What type of resolution would you be running?
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I'm very happy with my GTX 670, but I'm going to have to recommend going with the Radeon 7950. First off, the factory overclocked versions practically bring the performance up to GTX 670 levels, so even if you're lazy, you can still get great performance out of the box. And I'm sure you know just how fast it can with some serious overclocking.
I also don't think that PhysX is really worth factoring too heavily into your decision, but that's just my opinion. I can't really speak to either of the card's potential future bottlenecks, but it would appear that the 7950 is currently more future proof as well.
In any case, I have first hand experience with both cards, and for current day gaming, I don't think the GTX 670 can justify it's $100 more expensive price tag. That said, they're both great cards, and you can't go wrong with either one.

Thanks for the input.

I understand your position on PhysX entirely- plenty of people don't think it's all that. Personally, I really appreciate it in some games. (Mafia II, Batman series, Mirror's Edge, Metro 2033, etc. Not to mention upcoming releases that I'll likely invest much time into, such as Arma 3, Borderlands 2, Metro: Last Light, etc.) That's not to say it's necessarily the end all decision maker, but it is in there. For me anyway.

One thing I want to point out though, is that the 670 here isn't quite $100 more. After the BL2 promotion, which I essentially think of as a discount, it's much less than that.
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That's a tough one. They are both great cards in my opinion. I had a 7950 until it crapped out on me. It was a great card for two weeks. But, ***** like that happens.
So i tried 2 670's and I couldn't be happier. Im running 5760x1080 playing bf3 on ultra.
What type of resolution would you be running?

I'll be running at 1920x1200. There's a possibility I might end up with something bigger in res. down the road, but I just bought this U2412M so that'd be a ways off. Even then, it wouldn't be quite as massive as your multi-monitor display setup- space (and money) factors limit me at the time being.
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670 Pros-
1. Phys X
I quite like Phys X. I *could* keep one of my 470's as a Phys X card if I went AMD, but I'd rather have the $120~ that I'd get for selling it.
2. Borderlands 2
I planned on buying this anyway, so that's essentially $50 off the card right there. Granted, I can get Sleeping Dogs with an AMD card, but I have no intentions of purchasing that so it isn't really a savings. [...]

A 7950 will run you around 319.99 retail, plus add another 59.99 for Borderlands 2, and add the cost of 120.00 for keeping the 470 around for PhysX... so that's about 499.99 for the 7950, plus whatever time you have to invest in overclocking it until it is faster than a 670 with a narrower memory bandwidth.

Or, you could spend 469.99 for a 4GB 670 SC, pay nothing for BL2, and sell the 470 for 120.00, meaning when all is said and done you'll have 349.99 invested in your 670, have enough frame buffer for pretty much any multi-monitor configuration, PhysX support right out the gate, and a copy of BL2 in your pocket.

I'd lean towards the option that gets you what you want now for less money/hassle.
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Thanks for the input.

I understand your position on PhysX entirely- plenty of people don't think it's all that. Personally, I really appreciate it in some games. (Mafia II, Batman series, Mirror's Edge, Metro 2033, etc. Not to mention upcoming releases that I'll likely invest much time into, such as Arma 3, Borderlands 2, Metro: Last Light, etc.) That's not to say it's necessarily the end all decision maker, but it is in there. For me anyway.

One thing I want to point out though, is that the 670 here isn't quite $100 more. After the BL2 promotion, which I essentially think of as a discount, it's much less than that.

I'll admit, PhysX can be pretty cool. I got my GTX 670 a few days ago, and it's the first real nVidia gaming card I've ever purchased, so I've had some fun playing Mirror's Edge again with all the cool new effects. It wouldn't weight too heavily into my decision if I had to pick again, but it can be pretty nice in certain games. I will note though that if you really like Metro 2033 you, you may want to check out this thread that I made:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1301361/metro-2033-horrible-image-quality-on-gtx-670

I can also tell you that Metro runs a bit better on a 7950, although it's definitely an outlier when it comes to performance.

Anyway, it sounds to me like your taste in games caters well to an nVidia setup, so I think I may actually change my recommendation to the GTX 670. Like I said, I can't really speak to how future proof it will be, but I can tell you that it works very well with today's games.
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If you really want to play Dark Souls and Borderlands, I'd probably go team green. I can't speak for Borderlands 2, but the original Borderlands was definitely better on an nVidia graphics card. That said, I own a 7950 and love it, and I'm sure it will work for most all the games you use. If you go with nVidia though, you'll get a few extra frames (assuming no overclocking) and you will run into fewer game ruining issues. If you have the extra money to spend, I would spend it. If not, you'll be very happy with a 7950, especially with a little overclocking.
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My vote is on a quality 670(FTW or GB WF x3)
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The 7950 Is the savings really means much to you....

I am personally a big fan of the 670 FTW but I have always just had a preference for evga nvidia cards, for no real reason.
 
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The 7950 Is the savings really means much to you....
I am personally a big fan of the 670 FTW but I have always just had a preference for evga nvidia cards, for no real reason.

The price difference isn't that big of a deal to me, but it's definitely worth noting.
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My vote is on a quality 670(FTW or GB WF x3)

Thanks for the input.
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If you really want to play Dark Souls and Borderlands, I'd probably go team green. I can't speak for Borderlands 2, but the original Borderlands was definitely better on an nVidia graphics card. That said, I own a 7950 and love it, and I'm sure it will work for most all the games you use. If you go with nVidia though, you'll get a few extra frames (assuming no overclocking) and you will run into fewer game ruining issues. If you have the extra money to spend, I would spend it. If not, you'll be very happy with a 7950, especially with a little overclocking.

Yeah, DaS is a pretty big thing for me. I'm really looking forward to BL2 too. So as far as that goes, NVIDIA has me there. Though, ATL brings up a good point:
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I'll admit, PhysX can be pretty cool. I got my GTX 670 a few days ago, and it's the first real nVidia gaming card I've ever purchased, so I've had some fun playing Mirror's Edge again with all the cool new effects. It wouldn't weight too heavily into my decision if I had to pick again, but it can be pretty nice in certain games. I will note though that if you really like Metro 2033 you, you may want to check out this thread that I made:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1301361/metro-2033-horrible-image-quality-on-gtx-670
I can also tell you that Metro runs a bit better on a 7950, although it's definitely an outlier when it comes to performance.
Anyway, it sounds to me like your taste in games caters well to an nVidia setup, so I think I may actually change my recommendation to the GTX 670. Like I said, I can't really speak to how future proof it will be, but I can tell you that it works very well with today's games.

I did see your thread, and it bugs me. (I really liked Metro 2033, and will definitely be playing it again) But it's not really a game changer here, as it isn't really something I play every day or anything. The IQ is disappointing, but, say, poor DaS performance would be far more disappointing.

So thanks again for all of the posts. I'm leaning toward the 670 now, and will probably pick it up if nothing major happens before the 3rd to change my mind. I'm certainly still open to everyone's opinion though, so more are welcome.
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