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The interesting thing about driver updates are that you do not have to use them.
I remember not using certain AMD drivers because of bugs. Both camps have driver versions that create a new issue that wasn't there before.
Now Nvidia has failed because their new drivers aren't perfect? I'm sure we can point to quite a lot of AMD driver versions that had to be revised almost weekly i.e. 10a,b.c.d.e.

His point was "Day 1" drivers. Which company has better driver support at launch, AMD or Nvidia?
With cards priced upwards of $600, not having good driver support at launch will make any sensible consumer choose the company with the least amount of issues.
No one is saying a the Newegg Checkout screen, "Six months to a year from now when the driver issues are fixed, this card is going to be a beast."

i completely agree on the issue of Nvidia having better launch drivers and performance. thats the reason Nvidia took the lion share of sales this gen. But with GCN being a new architecture AMD 's driver team has been constantly improving their understanding and improving performance steadily with 12.7 beta and then with 12.11 beta and fixing a lot of issues. They have laid the foundation for the HD 8000 series drivers which will use the same GCN architecture. The new memory manager will improve things even more. So the next gen will be interesting.

But you also cannot excuse regression in Nvidia drivers performance. So what should then a recent review do . Take the last drivers which do not exhibit this issue foregoing performance improvements which come in the latest driver series for the latest games like farcry 3.
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Fixed that for you.

Fact is, many, many people with Keplers bought them back when they were handily matching the performance of the AMD cards, and at a similar price point.

Also, many purchasers of nV cards prefer the features that nV drivers provide, such as built-in support for game profiles, CUDA, PhysX, 3dVision, and the ability to get more out of their cards using nVInspector.

Some also bought them because SLI is a less troublesome ownership experience than Crossfire, generally providing less microstutter, along with other advantages like being able to make one's own multi-gpu profiles using nVInspector rather than having to wait for new drivers/CAP's to be released to enjoy multi-gpu goodness.

Still others simply preferred nV's cooler/quieter/better performance/watt characteristics.

And allow me to also remind you (and everyone else on this thread): calling other members names like 'fanboy' (even indirectly, in the way you did) is frowned upon here on OCN thumb.gif

I will say for the record that anyone here could offer to trade me their 7970 for my 670 straight across, and I wouldn't trade them. I've seen the benchies, read all the reviews out there, and I wouldn't do it. The very minor (and very occasional) improvements in 'max playable settings' provided by a 7970 vs. my card would not be worth the other sacrifices I'd be making.

Once AMD fixes the Driver Problems the GTX670 will go back to being a slower and less value card. The 7950 has already proved itself to match the frame rate of a gtx670 even with the 7950 being 150mhz less on the clock speed. Sure the current drivers introduce frame latencys, but thats being fixed nothing more to be said by that.
Catalyst Control + Radeon Pro will give you most everything that Nvidia Gives you. Physx is a joke for the most part and 3DVision is more of a gimmick for a certain few, I have a 3D capable monitor and will never use it. Plus i'm not the only one who thinks that CC looks better and has a better UI then the old stale looking Nvidia control. The last time I actually like the design of a Nvidia control panel was the old design (the DX9 card's UI) During the 6000 series.

7970GE is still the fastest card, and is only getting faster. You need a 1400mhz GTX680 to beat out a 7970GE @1250-1300. Even Games like BF3 runs better on the 7970, when pushing clocks pretty high up the 7970 can have a good 10-20fps lead of the overclocked counter part.

While I have been a pretty big Nvidia fan over the years, even I am not arrogant enough to say Nvidia has the better product.
Nvidia may use less watts, and may not run as hot(mostly depends on card). But they also offer less gaming performance and less Compute performance. Only one who wants to do Cuda is getting a gtx580 or waiting for the Titan. In OpenGL(what will overtake Cuda sooner or later) AMD cards are such a good deal faster.

Also Cross Fire Also tends to scale better, which is a major plus if your looking to maximize your frame rate. And while SLI does get better Driver support, well more like quicker support. Never had a problem with Micro stutter with ether. My last CF setup was near perfect for the most part, sure you may have to wait longer for same fixes but you tend to have better performance in the long run.

The way I see it what is using better tech? GCN vs Kepler. My Vote is GCN, by far the most balanced architecture. And if anything the lack of Driver budget has been the biggest thorn in GCN.

Plus current Nvidia Drives are pretty lackluster. I don't wanna roll back because of FC3, but games like BF3 sure don't run as smooth as older drivers. If anything as of late Nvidia has been slacking on drivers and AMD has been showing dedication to make the drivers better. Should be great for all the HD8000 series users. As I'll jump on the HD8970 train right away, as Titan will probably be pretty lackluster in the gaming department and mostly only good at cuda. Though Will sell the 8970 and will get the titan if it will be worth it, probably not going to happen though.
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Always hated these lists. 650 ti over a 560 ti? In what world. No doubt due to the 560 ti being retailed at $200+ due to end-of-life-low-supply prices.. but most people around these parts know they can be had for $125 - $150. Easily the cheaper + faster card, and you can find these kind of errors in almost every tier.

 

I've found over the years Tom's Hardware isn't that great in general. They really cater to the average gamer looking for quick advice and they won't question it since Tom's is well known.

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Or you could get 2 GTX 480s on ebay for 100-150 a piece and put them into SLI and get better performance then a GTX 680.

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That's pretty bad advice unless you already have a 480, a hefty PSU, a case with tons of airflow or water cooling, play at low res where vram isnt as much of a concern, and don't care about your power bill.

Oh yeah, you probably wouldn't get a warranty either.

I think that's perfectly valid information... certainly you will need a 900+ watt psu and some good air flow... If you put the zalman 3000 cooler on them they run very well and cool- mine never goes above 65C. And (again this is just 1) maxes out BF3 @ 2560x1440 w/ no aa- still with this screen it looks great! I see no difference with AA on or off- other than massive framerate drops haha. (speaking of which, w/ no aa i get 45+ consistently).

I don't know how much better 480's in SLI do but frankly they are the cheapest and best option now as far as I see...

Found it : http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=703280


I've got a tiny build in a silverstone SG02 case so i've been waiting to see a card that doubles the GTX480 ouput in this small space... the 680 came close, but I guess I am just waiting for the 780...
Edited by pcguru000 - 1/27/13 at 10:16am
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Tom's pricing is a bit off, if you spend more than just a few minutes looking around you can typically find some of the cards on that list for cheaper than what they have. I am not talking just $10 or so, but upwards of $30 and $40.
    
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so the 7990 is non existent in reviews?
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so the 7990 is non existent in reviews?

Because AMD has never officially released one.
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Fixed that for you.

Fact is, many, many people with Keplers bought them back when they were handily matching the performance of the AMD cards, and at a similar price point.

Also, many purchasers of nV cards prefer the features that nV drivers provide, such as built-in support for game profiles, CUDA, PhysX, 3dVision, and the ability to get more out of their cards using nVInspector.

Some also bought them because SLI is a less troublesome ownership experience than Crossfire, generally providing less microstutter, along with other advantages like being able to make one's own multi-gpu profiles using nVInspector rather than having to wait for new drivers/CAP's to be released to enjoy multi-gpu goodness.

Still others simply preferred nV's cooler/quieter/better performance/watt characteristics.

And allow me to also remind you (and everyone else on this thread): calling other members names like 'fanboy' (even indirectly, in the way you did) is frowned upon here on OCN thumb.gif

I will say for the record that anyone here could offer to trade me their 7970 for my 670 straight across, and I wouldn't trade them. I've seen the benchies, read all the reviews out there, and I wouldn't do it. The very minor (and very occasional) improvements in 'max playable settings' provided by a 7970 vs. my card would not be worth the other sacrifices I'd be making.

Ok Mr. Mod sir, since calling people "Fanboys" is frowned upon......i will just have to call out your "Bias". I can understand that you may be loyal to your preferred brand but dont belittle the other just to make your point go across better. I wouldnt care if you would being completely subjective and talking about what you prefer, had the things you said backed up with reliable research articles and benchmarks.

All the things ive bolded were either your oppinion which you tried to state as fact and the others just pure speculation and rumors with no hard evidence. If you wish to prove me wrong, back up everything yo just said with proof of some sort.

Ohh and the one bolded the biggest made me shake my head the most. Please show me these benchmarks if you wish, but i gotta say i will denfinately disagree with you on the part about the 7970 being equal to or lesser than the 670 until then. That is all sir......good day thumb.gif
    
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I think that's perfectly valid information... certainly you will need a 900+ watt psu and some good air flow... If you put the zalman 3000 cooler on them they run very well and cool- mine never goes above 65C. And (again this is just 1) maxes out BF3 @ 2560x1440 w/ no aa- still with this screen it looks great! I see no difference with AA on or off- other than massive framerate drops haha. (speaking of which, w/ no aa i get 45+ consistently).

I don't know how much better 480's in SLI do but frankly they are the cheapest and best option now as far as I see...

Found it : http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=703280


I've got a tiny build in a silverstone SG02 case so i've been waiting to see a card that doubles the GTX480 ouput in this small space... the 680 came close, but I guess I am just waiting for the 780...

Can you provide a link for a new GTX480? The one I'm seeing on Amazon is $570 new and fulfilled by Amazon, I certainly don't see any value in that.
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Drivers is just an old excuse used by fanboys trying to justify their purchase.

1100mhz 7950 > 680
I don't even think you need 1100 to beat a 680.

STR8 IGNORANCE, that comment was......jeez guy, maybe if you said the 7970 it wouldnt seem that far out but damn lol
    
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