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The problem with comparing the 670 to the 7970, is that their in different leagues. I consider the true competitor to the 7970 is the 680M, but it's easily said, it's way more expensive. I personally think Nvidea dropped the ball when it's comes to Mobile GPUs, as it seems either their product is too expensive to the market or are completely substandard to it's competitor (ATI). However! Nvidea SLI has been proven to be far superior to ATI's Crossfire on the mobile market: mainly due to driver problems. I personally hate the 670m (I own a laptop with one) and almost feel ripped off by it's price/performance ratio. Don't get me wrong, it's an "okay" chip and can handle most games alright. But it's marketed as a "Performance Chip" which just feels wrong. To clarify the "80% performance increase" is a dramatic overstatement. 7970 is defiantly better, but defiantly not by a full 80%. I'm hoping either the 680m's come down in price, or ATI fixes their buggy software for mobile gaming.

I agree, and today I was doing a little more research on the 7970m and people seem just pissed about the driver issue. Have they fixed that yet? It was supposed to be done in October, but I still see recent posts with problems persisting...If it still is I might as well just get the 675mx just for peace of mind.
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For AMD 12.11 beta driver 8 (current version is 11), it stated that performance for DX 9-11 games were improved, depending on what game you're running.

http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pages/AMDCatalyst1211betadriver.aspx

No mentions about any stability fixes though.
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The problem with comparing the 670 to the 7970, is that their in different leagues. I consider the true competitor to the 7970 is the 680M, but it's easily said, it's way more expensive. I personally think Nvidea dropped the ball when it's comes to Mobile GPUs, as it seems either their product is too expensive to the market or are completely substandard to it's competitor (ATI). However! Nvidea SLI has been proven to be far superior to ATI's Crossfire on the mobile market: mainly due to driver problems. I personally hate the 670m (I own a laptop with one) and almost feel ripped off by it's price/performance ratio. Don't get me wrong, it's an "okay" chip and can handle most games alright. But it's marketed as a "Performance Chip" which just feels wrong. To clarify the "80% performance increase" is a dramatic overstatement. 7970 is defiantly better, but defiantly not by a full 80%. I'm hoping either the 680m's come down in price, or ATI fixes their buggy software for mobile gaming.

The 670M is pathetic by comparison to a 7970M. You're literally comparing the performance of a GTX 285 to a GTX 480. There's absolutely NO competition here. rolleyes.gif

The 670M is literally no faster than the GPU I'm using. I had Crossfired 6970Ms at one point and the difference was that I could play most games on maxed settings at HIGHER FPS than I could on the next-to-highest settings... well... more of a mix of high and medium settings... with just one GPU. I cannot say that I'll stop my rant if this purchase goes toward the 670M. That's the biggest mistake you can make with a laptop. The price of upgrading LATER ON is around $500, and that's not even buying the best GPU, that's generally the second best. In this case, that's the 675MX at the moment. tongue.gif

So as far as things are looking, if the OP isn't willing to snag a 7970M, I'd just go for the 675MX and be done with it. The GPU overclocks fairly well and easily manages up to a stock 7970M. wink.gif
     
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Alienware>Sager>MSI>Asus
GTX 680mx>AMD 7970m>GTX680m>GTX675mx>GTX670mx>GTX675m>GTX670m
No need for Over 8GB ram, no need for more than the i7 3610qm,i7 3630qm
And dont waste your money on the 4GB edition if the price difference is big
Edited by Awsan - 1/11/13 at 3:59am
     
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Alienware>Sager>MSI>Asus
GTX 680mx>AMD 7970m>GTX680m>GTX675mx>GTX670mx>GTX675m>GTX670m
No need for Over 8GB ram, no need for more than the i7 3610qm,i7 3630qm
And dont waste your money on the 4GB edition if the price difference is big

Clevo supports the 4GB version. Dell supports the 2GB version of the GTX 680m. I have a 7970M running perfectly in my machine. It ran fine in imglidinhere's too i believe when he had it.
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Clevo supports the 4GB version. Dell supports the 2GB version of the GTX 680m. I have a 7970M running perfectly in my machine. It ran fine in imglidinhere's too i believe when he had it.
And i cant upgrade to the 7970m in my machine :C but the GTX680m is compatible but its expensive, i wish that the 7970m was compatible :C
     
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And i cant upgrade to the 7970m in my machine :C but the GTX680m is compatible but its expensive, i wish that the 7970m was compatible :C

How is the 7970m not compatible? Mine has an HM bios on it.
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The 7970M is compatible with the P180HM. This is a common misconception. tongue.gif Most laptops don't really "support" the newest GPUs, but they still work within those laptops. I've heard that Mythlogic would actually offer to upgrade your machine with the new GPU if you're not too keen on doing so.
     
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Alright, alright, sorry for asking a ridiculous question. How about this: I just noticed the Sager NP9370 with a 7970m has no switchable graphics. If I were to consider a 675MX, with its Optimus switchable graphics, would I be missing out on a big performance increase with the 7970m? I'm only shying away from the AMD because the bad driver problem scares me, in addition to having no switchable graphics. I don't care for the "it's a desktop replacement" argument because ultimately it's still a laptop.

So basically compare the 7970m to the 675MX (Take the bad driver issue into consideration).
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Alienware>Sager>MSI>Asus
GTX 680mx>AMD 7970m>GTX680m>GTX675mx>GTX670mx>GTX675m>GTX670m
No need for Over 8GB ram, no need for more than the i7 3610qm,i7 3630qm
And dont waste your money on the 4GB edition if the price difference is big

Begin Rant:
Alienware is the first in your list? No way in any universe is that possible, because your basically saying, Dell is better then MSI. They have nice cases, but that's about it. Working with Dell's they're absolute bottom of the barrel when it comes to quality and Alienware is no different. Alienware has massive cooling issues, incredible mark up and good luck with any kind of warranty through Dell. Never buy Alienware. Rant Over.

Back on the topic of what GPU you can buy, drivers can be fixed, on the assumption that ATI will bother with a fix. It's a risk vs reward prospect. That said, they mobile GPU market is really a competition between the lesser of two evils. The 670m is bad, but I can still play Skyrm almost max no problem with it. We have to be level headed people (says the guy ranting about Alienware lol). That being said with the Sager, you can switch between the platforms at will(Nvidea, or ATI). It's one of the very few laptops that can both, so their is future flexibility, if you have buyers remorse. Unlike My Asus where the 670 is un-removable (without a blowtorch lol).

At the end of the day It comes down to a pro vs cons list, (which I recommend you make) and is your decision. Me personally I usually go with Nvidea, due to their product support and game optimization. But ATI is still a very good choice too. It's a difficult market to be sure.
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