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Its not even close. The 7790 is a piece of crap
In terms of price/performance? Definitely.
In terms of performance/mm^2 and performance/power? Not even remotely.

The reason the 7790 is in this bad position is because AMD priced it against the 650 Ti. When the 650 Ti BOOST released a week later at the same price as the 7790, AMD looked like idiots despite the fact that Nvidia cannibalized their own sales of the 650 Ti by pricing the 650 Ti BOOST so close.
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The 650 Ti has 24 ROPs and a 192-bit memory bus, giving it 75% of the 680's memory bandwidth and rasterizing power while having only 50% of the shading and texturing power, considering we've already seen good indicators that Kepler is more limited by memory bandwidth and rastering performance it shouldn't come as a surprise that the 650 Ti Boost in SLI achieves higher framerates.

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I was happy when the boost released to close the gap in performance at that price....but man sli performance seems too good to be true. I just hate sli driver issues on new games
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Apart from higher clock speeds, GPU Boost, a wider memory interface, and double the memory of the original GeForce GTX 650 Ti, NVIDIA gave the new GTX 650 Ti Boost variant SLI capability. The card can pair with another of its kind. At its price-point, a single GTX 650 Ti BOOST delivers some interesting results.

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Guess you mods deemed to add it to this thread. Thanks!
post #456 of 512
Can someone upload bios for 650ti boost, i screwed up mine and forgot to backup the original.
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GX 650ti Boost is weaker than Radeon HD 7850 also Powercolor is releasing a passively cooled Radeon HD 7850... devil.gif
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GX 650ti Boost is weaker than Radeon HD 7850 also Powercolor is releasing a passively cooled Radeon HD 7850... devil.gif

Oh really?

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You're just upset that it stole the 7790's thunder. Once again AMD was late to the market with an under-performing product...

Anyhow, back on topic. I bet if you put a couple of those passive 7850s in a case along with an FX-8xxx chip then you'd get the world's first ever combination computer / toaster oven! You could put those little pizza bagels on a platter and slide it in through the 5.25" drive bay...
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Oh really?

perfrel.gif

You're just upset that it stole the 7790's thunder. Once again AMD was late to the market with an under-performing product...

Anyhow, back on topic. I bet if you put a couple of those passive 7850s in a case along with an FX-8xxx chip then you'd get the world's first ever combination computer / toaster oven! You could put those little pizza bagels on a platter and slide it in through the 5.25" drive bay...

I am not upset at all, don't make me laugh... Open CL and Open GL is the future and nVidia is lacking there, specially in Open CL.

2 passive 7850 and FX 8xxx(not including above Piledriver) will be a toast if the case did not have some air flow, otherwise its just fine and cards from nVidia would go nuke if they were passively cooled. Do I see a passively cooled GTX 650 or 660? No.
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Originally Posted by vampirr View Post

GX 650ti Boost is weaker than Radeon HD 7850 also Powercolor is releasing a passively cooled Radeon HD 7850... devil.gif

The boost shares price points with the 7790.
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I am not upset at all, don't make me laugh... Open CL and Open GL is the future and nVidia is lacking there, specially in Open CL.

2 passive 7850 and FX 8xxx(not including above Piledriver) will be a toast if the case did not have some air flow, otherwise its just fine and cards from nVidia would go nuke if they were passively cooled. Do I see a passively cooled GTX 650 or 660? No.

The problem with this one is that right now CUDA is an industry standard, Nvidia has 90% GPGPU market share and OGL has hardy taken off at all despite everyone always saying it would (gaming wise that is).

We have a few indie games on linux and that's about that....
 
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