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EDIT: The 256 Bus on the GTX 690 is 256bit per GPU. Thus it is only getting 192Gbps to each GPU. Just like only 2GB of VRAM per gpu.

Huh, why is it only 192bit for each GPU and not 256bit?
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EDIT: The 256 Bus on the GTX 690 is 256bit per GPU. Thus it is only getting 192Gbps to each GPU. Just like only 2GB of VRAM per gpu.

Huh, why is it only 192bit for each GPU and not 256bit?

He means 256-bit. Bandwidth- 192GB/s. I believe.
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He means 256-bit. Bandwidth- 192GB/s. I believe.

Oh yeah, you`re right. I`m blind smile.gif
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Huh, why is it only 192bit for each GPU and not 256bit?

192Gbps, not 192Bit. Their Bus is 256 Bit per GPU totaling to 512bit as they advertise.
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Notice I did not say 13.1, and nor does it matter that it was WHQL.

Correct but you did say 12.11 beta made the 600 series "irrelevant".

The fact that they could not carry over a large portion of the increases to whql means your statement is irrelevant.

Unless someone wanted to be stuck on a buggy beta driver just to claim they are faster that is.
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I'm surprised tweaktown hasn't released an early review yet.....
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Ooohhhh, you're the guy who says a 7970 by itself can't run 1440P....

Well, let's just cut to the chase. Odds are I have had my hands on more hardware variations than most people on this forum could dream to have touched within a year. From low end, to the extreme of high end, I have used it.

With that said, do you even understand what AA is for? Why it was originally used? At ultra high resolution and high pixel density the need for extreme AA goes out the window. Very few people can tell the difference between medium levels of AA and the most extreme levels of AA on 1080P, and frankly, I would challenge someone at 1440P plus to tell the difference.

You remind of people that scream "Must get 16GB minimum, 32GB of memory is best!!". With you it is "Must MAX out all settings!!!", when at a certain point you are just fooling yourself.

It is also foolish to constantly be in Titan threadclaims to its performancerformance as if they were fact, as you have done so many times.

Your getting me mixed up with someone else. I've never made any claims or sputed bogus information. If anything I've expressed that Titan will more then likely fall short of the gtx690 performance and most would consider doing Titan Sli to really achieve a performance upgrade form their current system. Speaking of your 7970 properly running 2560 resolutions. If your happy with it then that's truley all that matters. I wouldn't consider 40fps playable but I'm also running a high performance machine and anything less then 60fps average looks downright horrible. Until you see a 60-70fps average with a good amount of AA enabled in BF3/FC3 you can't really understand what it looks like or what you are missing. I can gurantee that if you set your system to ultra with msaa 2x in FC3 with your single 7970 in 2560 you will average no more then 35-40fps. To you that may be ok but I just couldn't play like that. Even when it drops below 55 I can see things get slower and off. 2560X1440 or 1600 is a great thing and I wish more people could experience it but in all honestly it takes much more gpu power then a single 7970 to do it right. I know this because my 690 just barely gets it done and in some cases fails to get it done. And my system is considerably stronger then yours. I'm not saying it can't be done but your missing out on so much. If your happy with cranking things down to achieve 60fps then more power to you. But in my opinion and many other reptuable reviewers your doing it wrong. Sli is needed to do it properly. I mean come on 31fps average in FC3.

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/far_cry_3_graphics_performance_review_benchmark,6.html
 
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post #428 of 606
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Correct but you did say 12.11 beta made the 600 series "irrelevant".

The fact that they could not carry over a large portion of the increases to whql means your statement is irrelevant.

Unless someone wanted to be stuck on a buggy beta driver just to claim they are faster that is.

Im using it currently with 0 issue, so Idk where you get buggy, that must be something the NV boys throw around too wink.gif
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I'm surprised tweaktown hasn't released an early review yet.....

Lol I remember that.
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Your getting me mixed up with someone else. I've never made any claims or sputed bogus information. If anything I've expressed that Titan will more then likely fall short of the gtx690 performance and most would consider doing Titan Sli to really achieve a performance upgrade form their current system. Speaking of your 7970 properly running 2560 resolutions. If your happy with it then that's truley all that matters. I wouldn't consider 40fps playable but I'm also running a high performance machine and anything less then 60fps average looks downright horrible. Until you see a 60-70fps average with a good amount of AA enabled in BF3/FC3 you can't really understand what it looks like or what you are missing. I can gurantee that if you set your system to ultra with msaa 2x in FC3 with your single 7970 in 2560 you will average no more then 35-40fps. To you that may be ok but I just couldn't play like that. Even when it drops below 55 I can see things get slower and off. 2560X1440 or 1600 is a great thing and I wish more people could experience it but in all honestly it takes much more gpu power then a single 7970 to do it right. I know this because my 690 just barely gets it done and in some cases fails to get it done. And my system is considerably stronger then yours. I'm not saying it can't be done but your missing out on so much. If your happy with cranking things down to achieve 60fps then more power to you. But in my opinion and many other reptuable reviewers your doing it wrong. Sli is needed to do it properly. I mean come on 31fps average in FC3.

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/far_cry_3_graphics_performance_review_benchmark,6.html

You may be able to push a lot of frames but you're really missing out on overall image quality with your monitor. Sure it's high res, but the contrast and shadow detail are downright ABYSMAL. You're paying more to drive more mediocre looking pixels at high res. If you're going to spend the money on a high end setup, why not spend the few extra hundred dollars and get a decent monitor.
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You may be able to push a lot of frames but you're really missing out on overall image quality with your monitor. Sure it's high res, but the contrast and shadow detail are downright ABYSMAL. You're paying more to drive more mediocre looking pixels at high res. If you're going to spend the money on a high end setup, why not spend the few extra hundred dollars and get a decent monitor.

His monitor (Asus PB278Q) uses the same PLS panel Samsung uses in their high end monitors. They are pretty comparable to LG's H-IPS panels found in every other 2560x1440 monitor. VA panels would provide better contrast and black depth at the cost of response time which makes them nonideal for gaming.
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