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only reason for a PS4 is to play God of War... that's it.
the PS4 is going to be an AMD APU I believe but I'm not sure about that.

stay PC man, grab you some more monitors and go Surround.. wink.gif

Hahaha I wish I had a money tree too frown.gif
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It won't if the 660ti is given the nod.

After having so many issues with my 7970s they could price the 7950 at 200 and I'd still buy the 660ti
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article when and where.?
thanks.

http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/Frame-Rating-GeForce-GTX-Titan-GeForce-GTX-690-Radeon-HD-7990-HD-7970-Cross-6

Look towards the bottom of the page. It gives a release schedule on upcoming articles regarding frame times. They're releasing their findings overtime instead of all at once.
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After having so many issues with my 7970s they could price the 7950 at 200 and I'd still buy the 660ti

What "issues" did you have?
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Is that Earthquake Magnitude 9.0?

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What "issues" did you have?

Bad stuttering, crashes, blue screens. I understand quad xfire is finicky but I was sick of it
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Is that Earthquake Magnitude 9.0?

Its the big one!!!!! Lol




Seems a bit biased. Maybe they don't want to say something bad or they'll get their Nvidia samples taken away, ?

Wish Titan was a bit cheaper and I would say its a perfect card. Nvidia, you got gready, ....bastards mad.gif
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PCPER, brain wash machine.
yup... brainwashing people into thinking there is such a thing as micro-stuttering, frame times, frame latency, etc....
man I never heard of any of those things until I read that article.. rolleyes.gif
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This is exactly what I've been saying regarding single monitor up to 2560x1440 between 690 vs Titan.

GTX 690 > Titan at 2560x1440 resolution or lower for same price.

Going above 2650x1440 is the game changer or by adding another Titan for SLI is where it the Titan shines.

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GTX 690 definitely introduces more frame time variance than the GTX Titan, but the cards are so fast as it is that running the GTX 690 at single monitor resolutions like 1920x1080 and 2560x1440 don't cause a big enough problem to be a factor, thus giving it the edge because of the higher average frame rates. The GTX Titan is a powerful card and performs admirably in the single display testing but it really stands away from the GTX 690 on multi-monitor resolutions like 5760x1080 where the 6GB frame buffer can help a TON.
     
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Yes, many of us just apparently found out the world is not flat. And of course many refuse to believe it and will still try to burn the Witches spreading this heretical information. devil.gif

FRAPS records a beginning of the GPU pipeline and what the software calls frames, no matter how small they may be. (FRAPS frequently records 5 - 21 scanlines in the smallest cases as a "Frame") camera.gif

PCPer and others are of course now looking at the heretical Truth of what comes out your DVI / VGA connection on your graphics card, and lo and behold it's vastly different in many circumstances from what the manufacturers have claimed performance wise... This is good being revealed. nerdsmiley.png

I could only imagine if the same thing was done for CPU performance, however I think the tools are already robust in that case for tracking instructions performed performance wise... ph34r2.gif
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