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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

-- Look at the graphs. HD 7850 wins every time end of story. What more do you want.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1PSGh26Ne0XYTd2c0J2ZDAzRlE/edit


Go actually watch his video. Because it seriously sounds like you didn't.
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Go actually watch his video. Because it seriously sounds like you didn't.

I did watch the video. Did you see the graphs? HD 7850 always faster.
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I did watch the video. Did you see the graphs? HD 7850 always faster.

Must've watched it without sound. Anyhow, its utterly useless arguing with you. All of these cards are within margin of error. I honestly don't care whether the green team or red team is better. I do however care that if you plan on fanboying something, you better actually do your research and maybe listen before misinterpreting data given to you.

And I do hate throwing my hat into an argument like this, but why again are you arguing so vehemently in a thread on a card that is in a completely different price bracket? Its quite confounding.
Edited by Kinaesthetic - 3/26/13 at 10:24pm
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Must've watched it without sound. Anyhow, its utterly useless arguing with you. All of these cards are within margin of error. I honestly don't care whether the green team or red team is better. I do however care that if you plan on fanboying something, you better actually do your research and maybe listen before misinterpreting data given to you.

And I do hate throwing my hat into an argument like this, but why again are you arguing so vehemently in a thread on a card that is in a completely different price bracket? Its quite confounding.

All he says is the card is falling right for it price bracket. Marginal of error id comparing to GTX660. All i said is HD 7850 Oced performed better. Also Linus keep defending GTX650 Ti with price in might which is fine but has nothing to do with me arguing HD 7850 OCed is faster.
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Gentleman, arguing abut a Linus video? tongue.gif That guy is a clown.

Anyhoo, the 650Ti Boost cards are on the Egg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007709%20600315498%20600423185&IsNodeId=1&name=GeForce%20GTX%20650%20Ti%20BOOST $176-$186 including shipping. For whatever reason, the 1GB 7790's disappeared.

I'm currently selling my 650Ti on ebay. I was either going with a 7850 2GB or the 650Ti Boost 2GB but after seeing those prices, buying a cheap 7870 and selling the 2 games on eBay is a better 'investment' to me.

Plus, is it just me or does the hdmi sound on Nvidia cards don't seem as robust as AMD's? This has been really bothering me lately with my card.
    
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In case you were wondering how it does in BioShock Infinite, at 1920x1080 with all options maxed (except alternate DoF) the card pulls around 60FPS. Pretty good.
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In case you were wondering how it does in BioShock Infinite, at 1920x1080 with all options maxed (except alternate DoF) the card pulls around 60FPS. Pretty good.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Its a very nice card, its sad that you can only put two in SLI. Seems like a smooth experience.
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Maybe someone will find a way to unlock those shaders that keep it from being a 660? Like how you could make 6950's into 6970's.
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Its a very nice card, its sad that you can only put two in SLI. Seems like a smooth experience.

These cards in Tri would be amazing for 450 dollars.

So I'm waiting on the freaking asus to come in stock at newegg. WHY ASUS WHY are you always freaking late?
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Prices in Europe are all over the place, the 660 is typically cheaper than the 650 Ti Boost right now, and the 660 is usually with Assassin's Creed 3. So far I've found one store offering one specific 650 Ti Boost at a price half way between the standard 650 Ti and 660.

Maybe one of the card manufacture reps can chime in with some insight? the best theory I have is that retailers are forced to keep 650 Ti Boost prices artificially high while they minimise losses from having to clear 660 stock purchased at the old prices prior to last Monday's price cuts. Unless the retailers and distributors actually get rebates so that they aren't hurt by the price cuts? in which case what is going on?
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