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Come on Karlitos, try to keep up with the convo. tongue.gif

Still is the same settings? Also you have a different gpu maybe thats an issue with kepler? Dont really know. Its either a fault from pcper(they used different saved because you can see at the start of the game one woman outside of the apartment have different t-shirt color) or an issue with drivers.
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post #452 of 542
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Still is the same settings? Also you have a different gpu maybe thats an issue with kepler? Dont really know. Its either a fault from pcper(they used different saved because you can see at the start of the game one woman outside of the apartment have different t-shirt color) or an issue with drivers.

I'll check their settings and match them.

Like I said, I'm not sure why they're missing in the review, but just showing that the lighting isn't missing in ALL NVIDIA cards.

Alright, I matched their settings, you can see I did since I'm getting 20 FPS LOL. I guess we need someone with a 660 TI to check.

My original settings
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Review Settings

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Took some more at slightly tweaked settings, lighting is always there. thinking.gif

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@ KaRLiToS - the HD 7870 is faster in raw power sense but the smoother gameplay is from the GTX 660.
just pointing out that you missed that part in your quotes.
not starting a war because I'm not getting either the 660 or 7870, at least not planning on it.
just stating facts.

cheers. smile.gif
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@ KaRLiToS - the HD 7870 is faster in raw power sense but the smoother gameplay is from the GTX 660.
just pointing out that you missed that part in your quotes.
not starting a war because I'm not getting either the 660 or 7870, at least not planning on it.
just stating facts.

cheers. smile.gif

Smoother? We read the same review?You cant really say the gtx660 is smoother.
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Please dont.
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@ KaRLiToS - the HD 7870 is faster in raw power sense but the smoother gameplay is from the GTX 660.
just pointing out that you missed that part in your quotes.
not starting a war because I'm not getting either the 660 or 7870, at least not planning on it.
just stating facts.

cheers. smile.gif

Sorry, you are not stating fact, you are stating what you believe, I even quote what the ginger guy wrote:
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From a single GPU perspective though, the Radeon HD 7870 is indeed faster than the GeForce GTX 660 in nearly all of our tests, whether that be single monitor or multi-monitor configurations. Buyers that are really only concerned with single card options then you might not care about the CrossFire or Eyefinity problems we have witnessed over the past two weeks.

When he says ALL our tests, it means Frame rating and RAW power and FPS. It means ALL TESTS.

So he says Nvidia Wins in Crossfire in Frame rating tests, and I don't even have hard time believing it. Lets wait for AMD to fix this, but since we know its only Dual GPU ... what about Single, Tri and Quad setups? Why he doesn't talk about more than two GPUs? He admit that AMD is better in single GPU, why not speak about the other setups such as Tri and Quad.

(You all even said that with the use of a third GPU, AMD is synchronizing perfectly.)


I even made a little graph for you to understand the scaling issue over two GPUs (off topic but worth showing you)

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@ KaRLiToS - the HD 7870 is faster in raw power sense but the smoother gameplay is from the GTX 660.
just pointing out that you missed that part in your quotes.
not starting a war because I'm not getting either the 660 or 7870, at least not planning on it.
just stating facts.

cheers. smile.gif

Smoother? We read the same review?You cant really say the gtx660 is smoother.
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Please dont.
oh but I can.... wink.gif
referencing my or a SLi vs CF-X set-up between the two, [PC Per] even says so..
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The GTX 660 is the better multi-GPU option today
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oh but I can.... wink.gif
referencing my or a SLi vs CF-X set-up between the two, [PC Per] even says so..
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You talked about 7870 vs 660. You were simply wrong. Get over it. Dont announce as facts what you believe.
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My point wasn't even about Dual GPU, I was stating single GPU is better on AMD side. I even said it widly that Nvidia is better with Dual GPU setups. And honestly, I believe it very much that Nvidia is better with Dual (Lets not talk about Single, Tri or Quad Though.)
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oh but I can.... wink.gif
referencing my or a SLi vs CF-X set-up between the two, [PC Per] even says so..
thumb.gif

You talked about 7870 vs 660. You were simply wrong. Get over it. Dont announce as facts what you believe.
sleepysmiley03.gif get over it man...
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sleepysmiley03.gif get over it man...

Yeah you talk about sli vs cf. You were wrong and still you want to prove something
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