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I don't know why people rave about SLI solutions of mid range cards like GTX 650 Ti boost. for a lower price a HD 7950 OC will match and even exceed a GTX 650 Ti boost SLI when both are overclocked to the max. also the smoothness and consistency of a single GPU cannot be matched. always stick to the lowest number of GPUs to reach a certain performance unless there is a vast price difference.

Maybe you missed the tpu 650 ti boost review where sli performance was closing in on gtx Titan performance. A 7950 would get destroyed by two boosts in sli
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Maybe you missed the tpu 650 ti boost review where sli performance was closing in on gtx Titan performance. A 7950 would get destroyed by two boosts in sli

coming from you who scored 7k in firestrike with a Hawk 7870 (1.325 ghz) this is surprising.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1345122/sapphire-hd-7870-xt-based-on-amd-tahiti-le-chip/110#post_19435849

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_650_Ti_Boost_SLI/21.html

GTX 650 Ti boost SLI matches HD 7970 Ghz. HD 7950 boost cards average overclock is 1150 -1200 mhz. HD 7950(1100 mhz) matches HD 7970 Ghz.

also once you start pushing higher levels of MSAA (8x) and SSAA the GTX 650 Ti boost cards start crapping. also SLI has microstuttering and scaling is not the same from game to game. when scaling is perfect it can compete and when otherwise it will get beaten badly.
Edited by raghu78 - 4/13/13 at 6:24am
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also SLI has microstuttering and scaling is not the same from game to game. when scaling is perfect it can compete and when otherwise it will get beaten badly.

this... stop the hype, yes, they are great little cards but bad scaling/multicard problems STILL exist with them, plain and simple
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Nice performance. Scaling varies a lot though. It's over 105% in one game even.
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also SLI has microstuttering and scaling is not the same from game to game. when scaling is perfect it can compete and when otherwise it will get beaten badly.

this... stop the hype, yes, they are great little cards but bad scaling/multicard problems STILL exist with them, plain and simple

what, is this news to anyone? it shouldn't be.
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coming from you who scored 7k in firestrike with a Hawk 7870 (1.325 ghz) this is surprising.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1345122/sapphire-hd-7870-xt-based-on-amd-tahiti-le-chip/110#post_19435849

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_650_Ti_Boost_SLI/21.html

GTX 650 Ti boost SLI matches HD 7970 Ghz. HD 7950 boost cards average overclock is 1150 -1200 mhz. HD 7950(1100 mhz) matches HD 7970 Ghz.

also once you start pushing higher levels of MSAA (8x) and SSAA the GTX 650 Ti boost cards start crapping. also SLI has microstuttering and scaling is not the same from game to game. when scaling is perfect it can compete and when otherwise it will get beaten badly.

I've been bumped from my hwbot 7870 records by some douche on ln2 wink.gif but after so many issues with my amd setups its left a bad taste in my mouth. I'm absolutely enamored with the boost cards. Yes once you start pushing huge amounts of msaa they'll start falling behind but what do you expect for 169 a piece? In sli for 340 simply use txaa and these boost cards overclock too. They should easily be able to hit 1250 boost core and more with a modded bios
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Nice performance. Scaling varies a lot though. It's over 105% in one game even.
what, is this news to anyone? it shouldn't be.

there is TONS of people that still doesnt know this, becuase they have never experienced multicard setups and just repeat everything they read all over the internet sadly wink.gif
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Old news, was already posted.
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I've been bumped from my hwbot 7870 records by some douche on ln2 wink.gif but after so many issues with my amd setups its left a bad taste in my mouth. I'm absolutely enamored with the boost cards. Yes once you start pushing huge amounts of msaa they'll start falling behind but what do you expect for 169 a piece? In sli for 340 simply use txaa and these boost cards overclock too. They should easily be able to hit 1250 boost core and more with a modded bios

iif you are spending USD 340 - 350 you are better off getting a HD 7950 boost with a high quality PCB like HIS HD 7950 iceq x2 boost and overclocking. no compromises and consistent performance. large 3GB VRAM is an added advantage as next gen console ports easily start pushing vram requirements even at 1080p.
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don't take the 1gb version coming up though .... AA not possible with 1 GB in newer games.
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post #20 of 44
Anyone seen any reviews of the 650Ti Boost in SLI as compared to the 560Ti in SLI?
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