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Hi,

As the title suggests. I've always gone with ATI when it comes to graphics cards, however, my recent and current experiences with them have been bad enough for me to decide to go green.

Over the last couple of weeks I have been through no less than five HD 7850's, all with an issue to speak of.

Now running two ASUS 7850's in Crossfire, for whatever reason, as I try out more and more of my games collection, I am finding that the vast majority of them are either unplayable due to stability issues, or are full of minor, but irritating artifacts.

I'm fairly certain the issues I'm having now are not hardware related, since I can play Battlefield 3 for hours on end, and leave Unigine Heaven running overnight, without so much as a hiccup. Thing is, I didn't build my PC to be nothing more than a Battlefield 3 machine. I can disable crossfire in some titles and play without crashing, but I still experience some artifacting, and I have to deal with the performance of a single 7850, which isn't ideal.


At this point, I am looking for a single card solution, that is reliable and not too loud. I was thinking of getting a HD 7950, but the only manufacturer I would go with is Sapphire (for their cooler) and I have been reading a lot of complaints about coil whine on the HD 79xx series cards. Not something I am able to put up with.

I also intend to Crossfire/SLI with a second card down the line, and from what I've read, although ATI's Crossfire tends to scale better, NVIDIA's drivers offer a more seamless experience. They also are apparently much quicker at releasing updated drivers when new titles are released. This is probably the biggest selling point for me.

As such I have decided to go for a GTX 670, simply because I can't afford a 680 frown.gif

I'm fairly certain that I want to go with EVGA's GTX 670 2GB FTW. Although I live in the UK, I tend to look on Newegg to see reviews, and the percentage of one stars with complaints of DOAs or hardware failures. The EVGA 670 FTW has nearly 400 reviews, with about 40 single-egg reviews. The warranty and customer service of EVGA is supposed to be top notch. Another big selling point for me.

So, would this card be a good choice? Is it worth sacrificing the slightly higher, and cheaper, performance of the 7950 on the basis that I should be guaranteed a trouble free experience with NVIDIA?

Any input is greatly appreciated.
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I went from a AMD 5990, Not the best experience with AMD since it was 2 generations ago But after going Nvidia Its definitely been the hassle free gaming I was looking for. Driver updates come quickly and for me at least have had very little trouble.

For me its all about minimum and average frame-rates. This is what I tend to get is a very consistent gaming experience no fluctuations just smooth gameplay for every game I play.

AMD tends to be the best for multi-monitor gaming and Nvidia for single. Regardless if you sell your 7850's and go Nvidia its a win-win.

You wont regret it.
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From personal experience I can say that the 670 FTW is an awesome card. I absolutely love mine. That being said though it is a wee bit noisy once the fan ramps up over 65%. I can hear mine through my Sennheiser PC 360's when playing BF3. It isn't that bothersome when gaming with some decent cans but I would not want to play a game that stresses the card using external speakers for long.
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I went from a AMD 5990, Not the best experience with AMD since it was 2 generations ago But after going Nvidia Its definitely been the hassle free gaming I was looking for. Driver updates come quickly and for me at least have had very little trouble.
For me its all about minimum and average frame-rates. This is what I tend to get is a very consistent gaming experience no fluctuations just smooth gameplay for every game I play.
AMD tends to be the best for multi-monitor gaming and Nvidia for single. Regardless if you sell your 7850's and go Nvidia its a win-win.
You wont regret it.

Good to hear. That's what I want. Consistent, easy gaming. With regard to my 7850's, fortunately I don't have to go through the hassle of selling them. I can just return them 'no questions asked' since I bought them off Amazon. It's a shame. When they work they really perform well, but at this point so many of my games are unplayable, I don't care if its hardware or driver related, I'm just not having any fun.

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From personal experience I can say that the 670 FTW is an awesome card. I absolutely love mine. That being said though it is a wee bit noisy once the fan ramps up over 65%. I can hear mine through my Sennheiser PC 360's when playing BF3. It isn't that bothersome when gaming with some decent cans but I would not want to play a game that stresses the card using external speakers for long.

I appreciate you letting me know, I did sort of expect to hear that. While I, like many, prefer the 'blower' type coolers because they exhaust the hot air, I know they often have to spin up to get the needed airflow. Fan noise actually isn't too much of an issue for me. As long as it's fairly consistent when under load. It's mainly just electrical type hissing and buzzing noises that irritate me because it rises and falls so often based on the amount of load/frame rate.


Unless someone can come up with a compelling argument against the EVGA 670 FTW, I'll order it once my 7850's have been collected.
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I would also suggest if you can find them, The gtx480's are super cheap and very powerful. My two in SLi play every game maxed out close to 60fps avg. Battlefield 3 maxed out no problem. You can find the gtx480 for $200 or less each.
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I would also suggest if you can find them, The gtx480's are super cheap and very powerful. My two in SLi play every game maxed out close to 60fps avg. Battlefield 3 maxed out no problem. You can find the gtx480 for $200 or less each.

I love my 480 as well, but with all of the particulars that OP seems to have, I doubt a 480 would fit him. On stock cooler it is loud, and hot and the card needs a ton of power.
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Seems like a single more powerful card would be a good choice for OP. Like he said, this way he can SLI later on, instead of having to sell his 2 480's in a years time, when there's not enough juice in those cards for him biggrin.gif I have a Ref 670, which is a great card. The only downside is the noise. I don't know exactly which card, but I've heard good things about the ASUS 670 Non-top version. The top version seems to have tons of issues. MSI Power Edition or the Windforce x3 could be good choices too. I wouldn't say the extra money for a 680 is worth it anyways. Besides it's much bigger pricetag, it doesn't really give more performance than 5% compared to a 670.
 
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Get the FTW edition, I got me one and I LOVE it.
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I got a 670 FTW and it has been brilliant but I can't comment on the cooler as it is in a box somewhere since day one.. It clocks well and was pretty cheap compared to many other 670s. I got the card for the better experience when using two cards rather than going AMD and since when I bought it was about £50 cheaper than a 7970. That it uses noticeably less power is another bonus. If I was buying with the intention of using a single card I'd get a 7970 but planning on using two cards I'd go nvidia any day.

As for 1 star reviews, I don't know if it is harsh but I assume at least half of those people are idiots and hence the card isn't working.
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The only downside is the noise. I don't know exactly which card, but I've heard good things about the ASUS 670 Non-top version. The top version seems to have tons of issues. MSI Power Edition or the Windforce x3 could be good choices too. I wouldn't say the extra money for a 680 is worth it anyways. Besides it's much bigger pricetag, it doesn't really give more performance than 5% compared to a 670.

I would like to go with the ASUS GTX 670. The DirectCUii cooler is fantastic, my 7850's remain inaudible even under full load. The thing is, as far as graphics cards are concerned, it seems to me like ASUS have really not got it down this generation. The Newegg reviews for several of ASUS' cards (both ATI and NVIDIA) show a worrying ammount of complaints regarding hardware faults.

Hmmmm, actually now I think I'm going to go with the MSI Power Edition 670. There's a review of it on Guru3D and from what they say, it is quiet and basically silent under load. I've heard nothing but good things about MSI's TwinFrozr cooler as well.

Any reason not to go with the MSI Power Edition? I can also get it cheaper than the FTW version, and with Borderlands 2 + Assassins Creed III.
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