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If you want reference on US you should look only for Diamonds. Nothing else.

Probably you cant find these sapphires anymore. Dual-x with the reference pcb. Its like 1+ years old.The new rev use the vapor-x pcb.
. Okay... Thanks man... Ill look for diamonds.
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Is the asus DC2 7970 a good card?
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Is the asus DC2 7970 a good card?

No i wouldnt buy anything from asus at the moment
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No i wouldnt buy anything from asus at the moment
Crap.... I was going to get a maximus v formula.....
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Crap.... I was going to get a maximus v formula.....

We talk about 7950/70.
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I'm confused, if your asking between the two cards what to get? If you have the money for them and the budget, why are you confused on what cards to get. The 7970's will be far better, but if you're searching to save money and don't have the money for it get the 7950's.
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I'm confused, if your asking between the two cards what to get? If you have the money for them and the budget, why are you confused on what cards to get. The 7970's will be far better, but if you're searching to save money and don't have the money for it get the 7950's.
I'm just asking what would make sense buying 7950s and oc then to 7970 or buy 7970 and oc them super high.... I was finished on how to tell a reference card from a custom one....
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If you have the budget and want speed you just said it yourself, get the faster cards and overclock them, it would be faster. Only you can draw that conclusion to what you want to spend. 7950's overclocked or even overclocked in SLI are no joke, they are good cards, but the 7970 are better, and overclocking 7970 guess what even faster. So yeah IMO i would do 797- if you can afford to. So what reference design are you looking at on each card? I'm not sure what you mean by custom, reference cards I believe what you mean are the ones made by ATI or AMD, vs compa nies with different cooling like Gigabyte or MSI
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post #29 of 86
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Sugar hell diamond seems I be out of stock but I found tho card a VisionTel and it seems to be Reference:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B006V6RHVM/ref=mp_s_a_1?qid=1365780292&sr=8-7&pi=SL75
(Not out of stock where ill purchase)

Or this one:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B006X03UYO/ref=mp_s_a_1?qid=1365780470&sr=8-59&pi=SL75
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If you have the budget and want speed you just said it yourself, get the faster cards and overclock them, it would be faster. Only you can draw that conclusion to what you want to spend. 7950's overclocked or even overclocked in SLI are no joke, they are good cards, but the 7970 are better, and overclocking 7970 guess what even faster. So yeah IMO i would do 797- if you can afford to. So what reference design are you looking at on each card? I'm not sure what you mean by custom, reference cards I believe what you mean are the ones made by ATI or AMD, vs compa nies with different cooling like Gigabyte or MSI
Yeah I'm going to I with 7970s. Reference being the AMD manufactured pcb.
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