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Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post

You directly compared a GTX660 using a nearly 3 month driver to a HD7850 with a recent beta driver to prove your point. Thats biased sir. thumb.gif You are the one who is denying, not me. smile.gif

apply the 8 - 10% lower performance per clock to the techspot article BF3 HD 7870 performance and you will see that the HD 7850(1 Ghz) matches GTX 660. both had latest drivers. or you can still keep denying thumb.gif
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post #22 of 36
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apply the 8 - 10% lower performance per clock to the techspot article BF3 HD 7870 performance and you will see that the HD 7850(1 Ghz) matches GTX 660. both had latest drivers. or you can still keep denying thumb.gif
Or I can use the below result to see that the PCS+ is %12 faster than a stock HD7850, by applying that to the Techspot result it would be 50.4FPS which is lower than the GTX660, not like the nonsense you spread around here that a 1GHz HD7850 is faster or match a GTX660.



Again, the OP is talking about the eVGA Superclocked GTX660 which is the same price as a regular GTX660, it comes with a 1043MHz clock (1100MHz boost) and it'll score a bit better than a stock GTX660. I bet you failed to see that just like the comparison fail you made in your previous post. thumb.gif
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post #23 of 36
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Stop posting biased comments. thumb.gif

+1 , stop comparing different gpus and different speeds and doing guesswork. Just look at a recent unbiased review, you are copy + pasting the same article on every topic, its outdated.

GTX 660 is the faster card out of the box and it comes with Physx. OP If you dont want to overclock get one of the 660s that fit in your budget, such as Galaxy GTX 660 at $199.99 AR, Zotacs are $204.99 AR, Evga at $209.99AR. Now If you wanna spend 225AR then by all means go for the 7870, thats a faster card.
post #24 of 36
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Or I can use the below result to see that the PCS+ is %12 faster than a stock HD7850, by applying that to the Techspot result it would be 50.4FPS which is lower than the GTX660, not like the nonsense you spread around here that a 1GHz HD7850 is faster or match a GTX660.

Again, the OP is talking about the eVGA Superclocked GTX660 which is the same price as a regular GTX660, it comes with a 1043MHz clock (1100MHz boost) and it'll score a bit better than a stock GTX660. I bet you failed to see that just like the comparison fail you made in your previous post. thumb.gif

0.5 fps. wow seriously. first see if you can get the GTX 660 at 195 without rebate. biggrin.gif you completely ignored the previous hardocp benches which had a GTX 660 Ti losing to a HD 7870. lower that HD 7870 score by 8 - 10% and then you will see GTX 660 lose to HD 7850(1 Ghz). tongue.gif
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+1 , stop comparing different gpus and different speeds and doing guesswork. Just look at a recent unbiased review, you are copy + pasting the same article on every topic, its outdated.
GTX 660 is the faster card out of the box and it comes with Physx. OP If you dont want to overclock get one of the 660s that fit in your budget, such as Galaxy GTX 660 at $199.99 AR, Zotacs are $204.99 AR, Evga at $209.99AR. Now If you wanna spend 225AR then by all means go for the 7870, thats a faster card.

there is enough evidence for a per clock comparison of HD 7850 and HD 7870. thats not guesswork. thats game performance.
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post #26 of 36
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there is enough evidence for a per clock comparison of HD 7850 and HD 7870. thats not guesswork. thats game performance.

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Raghu, you must understand that you have absolutely demolished any sort of credibility or sense of objectivity you may have at one time had on these forums. Only the newest members to the forum give you the slightest hint of attention, the rest of us simply ignore the same HardOCP articles you've been posting on every single GPU thread out there. We're getting tired of it. Please go away or talk about something OTHER than the fact that the last few months of your existence have been defined by techpowerup and hardocp reviews.

Those who have seen you in action on more than one thread don't trust you at all. Even the AMD fanboys understand that you're as in the tank for red team as it gets. You and Charlie Demerjian may think it's funny to trololololololol bash Nvidia, but the rest of us would be better off without your bias.
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post #27 of 36
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Those who have seen you in action on more than one thread don't trust you at all. Even the AMD fanboys understand that you're as in the tank for red team as it gets. You and Charlie Demerjian may think it's funny to trololololololol bash Nvidia, but the rest of us would be better off without your bias.

there was no Nvidia bashing here. it was just a statement that a HD 7850(1 Ghz) can match a GTX 660 stock especially in BF3 which the OP asked about. if you find that not agreeable thats your point of view. there is enough data out there to support it. The data available can be interpreted by anybody as they see fit.
Edited by raghu78 - 12/4/12 at 8:25am
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post #28 of 36
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0.5 fps. wow seriously. first see if you can get the GTX 660 at 195 without rebate. biggrin.gif you completely ignored the previous hardocp benches which had a GTX 660 Ti losing to a HD 7870. lower that HD 7870 score by 8 - 10% and then you will see GTX 660 lose to HD 7850(1 Ghz). tongue.gif
First, 51-50.4=0.6 FPS not 0.5 FPS. thumb.gif
Second, your method of calculating performance is flawed, you can't reliably calculate the performance of a HD7850 from a HD7870, things change from a driver to a driver, game to game, card to card. Too many variables. My previous post (#22) shows that your method of calculating is flawed.
Third, I mentioned the difference in price and posted my neutral recommendation (Unlike you) on post #12.
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I think im going to buy the His IceQ 7870 for $240.00. I have been debating the 660 for the last couple of days because of Physx. I kind of really wanted to get into the Physx aspect of games like batman and borderlands 2.

Or I may possibly go with the PCS+ 7870 @ (1150) for $250.00

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131476
Edited by 4LC4PON3 - 12/5/12 at 8:48pm
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I think im going to buy the His IceQ 7870 for $240.00. I have been debating the 660 for the last couple of days because of Physx. I kind of really wanted to get into the Physx aspect of games like batman and borderlands 2.
Or I may possibly go with the PCS+ 7870 @ (1150) for $250.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131476

both the cards you choose are good options. the PCS+ HD 7870 is the fastest factory overclocked HD 7870. the cooler keeps temps below 70c.
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