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Poll expired: Apr 11, 2013  
  • 95% (22)
    7790
  • 4% (1)
    6850
23 Total Votes  
post #31 of 44
Quote:
Originally Posted by Truedeal View Post

That seems hard to believe as my 6770 gets that kind of fps in Battlefield 3.
7870 is currently out of my budget, and out of debate due to TDP.
Battlefield 3 - 1680x1050 - Medium Quality + FXAA-High
6670: 30fps avg
6850: 52.7fps avg
Battlefield 3 - 1680x1050 - High Quality + FXAA-High
6670:25.6fps avg
6850: 45.7fps avg

Another video in youtube,description:
My specs:

CPU: AMD 1090t x6
GPU: Radeon HD 6770 (xfx)
RAM: 4GB ddr3 @ 1600MHz
Mobo: ASRock 870Icafe

Settings in the video - med/high

Fps with same settings as in video:

1280x720 w/ fraps 30-36 fps
1280x720 wo/ fraps 50 fps
1920x1080 wo/ fraps 30-38 fps
Maybe you're playing at 800x600,but no way 6670 can't get that fps on 1080p.I can bet my ass on that statement!
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post #32 of 44
neither, 7850 or 650ti boost as a minimum upgrade to make the performance boost large enough to make the purchase worthwhile.
post #33 of 44
From a 7770 to a 7790 or a 6850 isn't going to be that much of an upgrade. I'd suggest 650 TI boost or a 7850 f at least for you to feel an upgrade.
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post #34 of 44
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I ended up with the 6850 despite the numerous recommendations, It was an offer I couldn't refuse as It was priced at only 112 dollars.
MSI Cyclone 6850 PE.


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Edited by Truedeal - 5/2/13 at 5:12am
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post #35 of 44
That's a pretty good deal on a 6850! most are going for around 150.00 on ebay
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post #36 of 44
Quote:
Originally Posted by Truedeal View Post

I ended up with the 6850 despite the numerous recommendations, It was an offer I couldn't refuse as It was priced at only 112 dollars.
MSI Cyclone 6850 PE.


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How the heck did you get it to 1020MHz, what voltage and what temps are you running it at?
post #37 of 44
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Originally Posted by TopicClocker View Post

How the heck did you get it to 1020MHz, what voltage and what temps are you running it at?

I just use the maximum allowed 1.3V
I guess you can get golden gpus just like you can get golden cpus as well.
Really, Id like to bios mod my 6850 to get past the 1.3V limitation, but RBE doesn't seem to create a stable bios with the TripleOverVoltage and causes conflicts.
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post #38 of 44
lets see some benches and temps!

on a different note, wont your cpu be bottlenecking that card in games?
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post #39 of 44
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Originally Posted by edalbkrad View Post

lets see some benches and temps!

on a different note, wont your cpu be bottlenecking that card in games?

Yes, I am certain my CPU bottlenecks more than my x2 3800+ would.
That is my next ideal upgrade, to replace a 9500. Wont be hard.
Benchmarks as soon as I get my SSD I suppose.
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post #40 of 44
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Originally Posted by Truedeal View Post

I just use the maximum allowed 1.3V
I guess you can get golden gpus just like you can get golden cpus as well.
Really, Id like to bios mod my 6850 to get past the 1.3V limitation, but RBE doesn't seem to create a stable bios with the TripleOverVoltage and causes conflicts.

Oh that's very nice, I need a new mobo to get to 1.3V on my gpu, I can get it to 985Mhz core on 12.15V
How hot does your gpu run? that's a pretty nice OC.
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