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I'll update later tonight but for now, I created another graph. Or two. (I spent more time on the first one obviously) tongue.gif





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Repost- till the thread owner updates

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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

I'll update later tonight but for now, I created another graph. Or two. (I spent more time on the first one obviously) tongue.gif






Too bad the 7970 doesn't compete in real gaming environments- the reference 670 is ahead of the best version of the 7970 by quite a bit thumb.gif


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Edited by SeanJ76 - 4/24/13 at 6:30am
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Your account is from april 2012 with 90 posts. And you come here to troll? Come on tell us your real account dude wink.gif
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No one's trolling......You must be one of those hellbent AMD fanboi's that call "troll" every time someone shows them losing in benchmarks?

I don't tolerate AMD or Nvidia bashing here. Unfortunately I'm not a mod and can't do nothing.

But your previous post is kinda pretty false!

Have you tested the GTX 680 versus the HD 7970? I did and let me tell you. In the reviews you pointed (that are probably cherry picked) they test stock HD 7970s.

The HD 7970 doesn't have a boost feature like the GTX 680. But as soon as you overclock the HD 7970 to match the boost clock of the GTX, the HD will surpass the GTX.

I have used six different 7970s. And they all clocked to 1240mhz/1575Mhz MINIMUM. I had some that overclocked at 1280Mhz/1725mhz. (And those OC are 24/7)

I had no problem playing my games with the HD 7970s. And with the GTX 680, its not the same. Its weaker, and when you try to overclock it, you are very limited.


So my point is: they are both awsome cards and YES, they compete to each other in different scenarios and in general, as single GPU card, I see the HD 7970a little stronger.

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Too bad the 7970 doesn't compete in real gaming environments- the reference 670 is ahead of the best version of the 7970 by quite a bit thumb.gif

I have tested many games in real gaming environments... and with FPS counter at 1440p. And they are pretty good cards, both of them. I much prefered the HD 7970 though.
Edited by KaRLiToS - 4/24/13 at 7:27am
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I don't tolerate AMD or Nvidia bashing here. Unfortunately I'm not a mod and can't do nothing.

But your previous post is kinda pretty false!

Have you tested the GTX 680 versus the HD 7970? I did and let me tell you. In the reviews you pointed (that are probably cherry picked) they test stock HD 7970s.

The HD 7970 doesn't have a boost feature like the GTX 680. But as soon as you overclock the HD 7970 to match the boost clock of the GTX, the HD will surpass the GTX.

I have used six different 7970s. And they all clocked to 1240mhz/1575Mhz MINIMUM. I had some that overclocked at 1280Mhz/1725mhz. (And those OC are 24/7)

I had no problem playing my games with the HD 7970s. And with the GTX 680, its not the same. Its weaker, and when you try to overclock it, you are very limited.


So my point is: they are both awsome cards and YES, they compete to each other in different scenarios and in general, as single GPU card, I see the HD 7970a little stronger.
I have tested many games in real gaming environments... and with FPS counter at 1440p. And they are pretty good cards, both of them. I much prefered the HD 7970 though.

I'm just showing what every benchmark site has concluded, no bashing, just showing the facts sir.
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I'm just showing what every benchmark site has concluded, no bashing, just showing the facts sir.
For a more accurate comparison and reference, you'd have to link to a shootout between an OC'd 680 versus an OC'd 7970.

And then there's the fact that my crossfired 7870 XT's (at just $370, total, after selling the free game card), compete directly with a single $1000 Nividia Titan. In fact, my "cheap AMD cards" actually beat most single Titans in Unigine Valley! smile.gif

That said, I've owned plenty of Nvidia cards that I also loved, so there's really no reason to hate on either one. We're all just having fun, right? RIGHT?! thumb.gif
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