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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

A great 7950 can be a heck of a gpu. Takes a pretty impressive 680 to keep up with one in benchies.

I beg to differ, 1 of my 670GTX FTW's roll's over that 7950 score by quite a bit, are you not reading the results??
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I beg to differ, 1 of my 670GTX FTW's roll's over that 7950 score by quite a bit, are you not reading the results??

I have a 7950 & owned before a GTX 670 FTW. The 7950 is the better card overall.
Better performance in demanding games & 8x AA. Also it can handle more texture mods.
FtW420 is a respectable bencher in here, so I trust what he says biggrin.gif .
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Originally Posted by B!0HaZard View Post

Do you have the Gigabyte Windforce with the huge cooler? It's a monster!

I sold my GTX 680 for $465 and bought a new HD 7950 for $375. This is actually a realistic used price in Europe and if you think that's high, imagine what I paid new one year ago... Earned $90 and got Crysis 3 + Bioshock Infinite through the Never Settle Reloaded deal. Saved me another $50 on Crysis 3 which I did want. Then in the future, I'll buy another HD 7950 and CF. With current prices, that'll be $200 cheaper than another GTX 680 for SLI would have been. In total, $340 saved by going 7950 CF compared to GTX 680 SLI. That'll more than pay for the PSU needed for CF.

Yes I have the Windforce card and it runs much cooler than my old 670 FTW which runs constantly at high 70 degrees celsius. This 7950 rarely reachs 65 C.
Also I play Sleeping Dogs these days, it actually destroys my 670 even at max oc in this game.
Edited by HeadlessKnight - 2/14/13 at 4:22pm
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Top Unigine Valley 1.0 Scores


Damn, lowest score yet tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post

I have a 7950 & owned before a GTX 670 FTW. The 7950 is the better card overall.
Better performance in demanding games & 8x AA. Also it can handle more texture mods.
FtW420 is a respectable bencher in here, so I trust what he says biggrin.gif .

Not according to this bench it isn't. I guess I'll have to disable sli and show you how far off 7950's actually are.
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Robert C - - - AMD FX 8150 @3.6 GHz - - - HIS 6950 2gb @ 840/1280 - - - SCORE @ 988 - - FPS @ 23.6 - -MIN @ 13.4 - -MAX @ 43.1 - -GPU TEMP @ 70*C.. I live in Miami so my PC room temp stay @ 79 to 80*f with a/c on.


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Majorhi - AMD FX 4100 @ 4.5 --- CF ASUS 6870's @ 950/1150 Disregard the Nvidia, it's in my system for folding purposes.

FPS: 21.1
Score: 882
Min FPS: 8.5
Max FPS 42.9



Thanks zGunBLADEz for the idea to create the app profile for this!

FPS: 38.8
Score:1623
Min FPS: 10.3
Max FPS: 68.6


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Updated score:
B!0HaZard --- Intel Core i5 2500K @ 4.7 GHz --- Gigabyte HD 7950 @ 1150 MHz / 1800 MHz --- 43.7 FPS --- 1828



Apparently 80 C on the VRMs is the limit. Getting a lot of artifacting when I hit that. Love the smell of hot electronics in the morning thumb.gif
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Not according to this bench it isn't. I guess I'll have to disable sli and show you how far off 7950's actually are.

Please do. I imagine one card will get 50 FPS when taking SLI scaling into consideration. Might I add that this is just one bench. As I said, the 7950 beats my GTX 680 in 2 of the 3 games I've tested for 2/3 of the price.
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Updated score:
B!0HaZard --- Intel Core i5 2500K @ 4.7 GHz --- Gigabyte HD 7950 @ 1150 MHz / 1800 MHz --- 43.7 FPS --- 1828



Apparently 80 C on the VRMs is the limit. Getting a lot of artifacting when I hit that. Love the smell of hot electronics in the morning thumb.gif
Please do. I imagine one card will get 50 FPS when taking SLI scaling into consideration. Might I add that this is just one bench. As I said, the 7950 beats my GTX 680 in 2 of the 3 games I've tested for 2/3 of the price.

Looks like your quite a bit behind a single 670GTX FTW at stock boost clocks of 1215mhz-

Also I don't know who ever told you a 7950 was a head of any 670/680 in BF3, Crysis, etc, but here's a accurate review of the 670GTX FTW
http://www.fudzilla.com/home/item/27432-evga-gtx-670-ftw-reviewed/27432-evga-gtx-670-ftw-reviewed?start=5

Looks to me like your 7950 is wayyyy behind the 670/680 in all those games......
You bought a used 7950 for 10 less than a brand new 670GTX FTW ?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130787
Edited by SeanJ76 - 2/14/13 at 4:47pm
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Looks like your quite a bit behind a single 670GTX FTW at stock boost clocks of 1215mhz-

Also I don't know who ever told you a 7950 was a head of any 670/680 in BF3, Crysis, etc, but here's a accurate review of the 670GTX FTW
http://www.fudzilla.com/home/item/27432-evga-gtx-670-ftw-reviewed/27432-evga-gtx-670-ftw-reviewed?start=5

Looks to me like your 7950 is wayyyy behind the 670/680 in all those games......

He's testing the AMD cards on CCC 12.3. Driver 12.3 is from March 2012... Do you realize how much performance has improved since then? And I'm talking overclocked, not stock. HD 7950 stock is a solid card, but nothing special.

Here's a more recent test, albeit only with the HD 7970.
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/57413-amd-12-11-never-settle-driver-performance-5.html

Notice how the HD 7970 beats both the GTX 670 and GTX 680 in Crysis 2 and BF3. Your review shows the HD 7970 losing epicly to the GTX 670.
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fewness --- Intel Core i7 3930k @ 5.0GHz --- 2 x 680 @ 1275MHz / 1750MHz --- 94.1 FPS --- 3936


Edited by fewness - 2/15/13 at 12:06pm
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