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If you want to get the best performance for your money, go with a 7950.
Agreed, while it's an amazing card the 7970 isn't really worth the extra £75.
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They say OCed 7950 is like ~5% of OCed 7970. If this is true, does it mean 7950 OC > 680 OC? Any reviews?
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670 is ruled out. Still not sure which AMD card to get. Looking for the best in terms of cooling and overclocking. If I get a 7950 I can't go over about £275. Just not quite sure if the 7970 will be worth paying the extra £50-£75 for? I just want something that is good bang for buck, voltage unlocked and cools really well.

sapphire hd 7950 boost has a good cooler. unlocked voltage. custom PCB. only issue is no VRM temp sensors. 27 cm long. so should fit easily in your case.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1367119/sapphire-100352-3l-hd7950-stripped-for-your-viewing-pleasure

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-313-SP
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If you get a good card then yes a 7950 overclocked will beat an overclocked GTX 680.
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sapphire hd 7950 boost has a good cooler. unlocked voltage. custom PCB. only issue is no VRM temp sensors. 27 cm long. so should fit easily in your case.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1367119/sapphire-100352-3l-hd7950-stripped-for-your-viewing-pleasure

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-313-SP

Looks nice. What about the Windforce 3X or Twin Frozr III BE? Just want to make 100% sure that I get the best possible for my money as I don't tend to upgrade very often (Once every 2-4 years depending on cash)

EDIT: So someone PM'd me asking if I wanted to buy a 6 month old Gigabyte 7970 OC for £220. Too good to be true?
Edited by Mackem - 3/24/13 at 12:43pm
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Looks nice. What about the Windforce 3X or Twin Frozr III BE? Just want to make 100% sure that I get the best possible for my money as I don't tend to upgrade very often (Once every 2-4 years depending on cash)

EDIT: So someone PM'd me asking if I wanted to buy a 6 month old Gigabyte 7970 OC for £220. Too good to be true?

Id take it, im in america, but if i had that cash, id do it now.
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Originally Posted by Kosai View Post

Bro, you realize how OLD AnandTech's benchmarks are? They are using early 2012 drivers on both brands....

Here is something much more recent, and as you can see 7970Ghz smokes the 670/680 in BF3.

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Any up to date benchmarks for 1440p? I'm debating whether to get a 7970 or 7970GHz, been using Anandtech's benches as a reference redface.gif
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Any up to date benchmarks for 1440p? I'm debating whether to get a 7970 or 7970GHz, been using Anandtech's benches as a reference redface.gif
Get whichever is cheaper, they are exactly the same apart from the BIOS.
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Get whichever is cheaper, they are exactly the same apart from the BIOS.
Those benchmarks say different, no? That extra 5-8fps should help as I want to run a single card and max/nearly max games in 1440p at 60fps for the next year or so.
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Those benchmarks say different, no? That extra 5-8fps should help as I want to run a single card and max/nearly max games in 1440p at 60fps for the next year or so.
They are the same chip, same PCB. The only difference is the clock speeds which you can change yourself. A 7970 at 1GHz will perform the same as a 7970 GHz edition at 1GHz thumb.gif
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