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He's just one of those Tom's haters because he thinks they're biased.

not at all... I just don't like what they do compared to what they used to do 10years ago when I was in high school. They used to just be "better"
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I'm so irritated with their conclusions on the last page... They say
"Stepping up to 2560x1600 or a triple-display configuration necessitates a Radeon HD 7970 or GeForce GTX 670, at least."
They say that a 7970 is necessary while completely ignoring the 7950 range for this review, which is cheaper and will most likely keep up with the GTX 670 just fine.
They say at least a 670 or 7970, a 7950 falls in there as all of the top end card are only a few % away from each other.
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The victory is not theoretical, for a 7970 running at stock clock/0% OC to tie a GTX running with a 9% factory overclock(1100+Mhz from 1006Mhz stock) is already a substantial victory.

27% OC from stock 680's 1100Mhz, so it is still 3% behind an average 7970's 30% OC), do keep in mind 1250Mhz(35%) 7970s would be 8% ahead of that, and 1250Mhz on 7970 isn't as rare as a 1400Mhz 680(only a few Lightning or Classy with EVbolt can reach that).
Dat contradiction.
And I do not understand how many times people have to say it, but Kepler BOOST is not overclocking, if the card is within manufacturer specs how is that "overclocked"? But I am sure you will still spout this all over the place.
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Dat contradiction.
And I do not understand how many times people have to say it, but Kepler BOOST is not overclocking, if the card is within manufacturer specs how is that "overclocked"? But I am sure you will still spout this all over the place.


Maybe it's the semantics that you have a problem with? What this review seems to bear out right now is that a 7970 at 925mhz =\ 680 at 1006/1100ish clocks.
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Maybe it's the semantics that you have a problem with? What this review seems to bear out right now is that a 7970 at 925mhz =\ 680 at 1006/1100ish clocks.
I have no problem with the review, or its results. Only the things I stated in my previous post.
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According to few other reviews GTX 680 falls behind even HD 7970(925 Mhz) . the GTX 680 boost is normally higher than the 1058 Mhz which is the lowest guaranteed boost on all cards. Most cases you are looking at close to 1100 Mhz max boost clocks in game. GTX 680 (1100 Mhz) is losing to HD 7970 Ghz (1050 Mhz) by 12 - 15% at 1080p/1200p . When overclocking the HD 7970 scales better than GTX 680, so if anything a HD 7970 (1.3 Ghz) will widen the gap against GTX 680 (1.35 Ghz).

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/medal_of_honor_warfighter_graphics_vga_performance_review,6.html

http://www.techspot.com/review/591-medal-of-honor-warfighter-benchmarks/page5.html

http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fgamegpu.ru%2Faction-%2F-fps-%2F-tps%2Fmedal-of-honor-warfighter-test-gpu.html
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So basically, we've got another benchmark for our OC hungry cards? (never a bad thing)
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