Originally Posted by onthemour
LMAO thats nvidia fans comeback now!?
You have to remember, all of these GPU's came out and battled 6 months ago.
Well actually Southern Islands are even older then that.
The GTX's rolled past the Radeons at that time (when most people were doing upgrading/purchasing)
and up until 2 weeks ago.
Originally Posted by Bruennis
Absolutely no competition. Even an overclocked 7950 will beat out an overclocked 680 and to add insult to injury, the 7950 is about half the cost of a 680 and about $100 cheaper than the 670. Read into latest reviews of latest Catalyst driver, get educated, or hell... buy both and see for yourself!
The 670 still ousts the 7950 stock for stock, most of the time.
Both GPU's overclock well, although it seems the Radeons go up a little bit higher..but other then a sickly clocked 7970 its not like they run away and offer a different gaming experience. They are all still basically in the same group for high end performance.
AMD have always gave great bang for the buck and Nvidia's overall package/stability/feature set is still unmatched, so in the end not much has changed. New GPU buyers looking to save money or current Radeon owners are in a good place. And with all the AMD layoffs they could use a spark.
-Edited by amstech - 11/5/12 at 2:46pm