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Originally Posted by Sgt Bilko View Post

As above, what PSU do you currently have? i'd recommend 850W+


850 watts is massive overkill even for two video cards hell you could power 3 videos cards with 850 watts
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850 watts is massive overkill even for two video cards hell you could power 3 videos cards with 850 watts

I'm basing that off 200w for the system and 200w per card (as a generic guess), if he goes SLI/CFX later then that's 600w total, then he might want to overclock something a bit maybe so add another 50 or so watts and you get 750w, a good quality 850w PSU would cover him for now and the future.

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post #23 of 30
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I'm suggesting a 7950 too. I'm also upgrading my 6870 this week. And I've read that 7950 is such a beast. A great max overclocked 7950 can match up to a most max overclocked 680s. As of right now the best bang for the buck gpu is the 7850, but that extra $50+ for the added performance of a 7950 is really worth it.

As for scaling, what I saw on most benchmark results was 79xx crossfired cards scaled better than a 670/680 in sli.

Nope, Overclocked 7950s can match stock 7970 and 680s, but once the 7970 and 680s are overclocked they are gone. And the 7950 is the best bang for buck GPU currently at 289 to 299 for the cheapest ones.

Crossfire is also quite broken right now, and AMD has admitted to it publicly, and working on a fix for it with new drivers, but won't be out till either when the 7990 releases, or till mid summer. If you can stay away from crossfire till its fixed.

Basically not every frame that is counted on FRAPS or an FPS counter is fully rendered and output on the screen. Resulting in bad performance, and other issues for a lot of people, and people who deny the issues need to wake up. AMD has announced its an issue PUBLICALLY.

But yes, OP get a 7950. I would say a GTX660ti is a good candidate as well. It nips at the heels of the 7950 pretty good in a lot of games.
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for 1080p get a HD 7950 boost. overclocks easily to 1150 -1200 mhz. HD 7950(1100 mhz) matches HD 7970 Ghz (1050 mhz) performance. msi hd 7950 twin frozr has unlocked voltage and good cooler. 960 mhz boost clocks.

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_1311&products_id=22854

You do realize a GHZ 7970 is a binned HD7970 with 1GHZ+ clock speeds set in the bios? So a normal 7970 clocked to a GHZ edition card. Will match that cards performance. Theres nothing different about the cards, but clock speeds set through the BIOS. You can literally take a Gigabyte 7970 and flash the Gigabyte 7970GHZ edition BIOS too it lol, and there you go, you have a GHZ 7970 for $20 cheaper.

Whoops, my bad, miss read the 7950 in your statement.
Edited by MxPhenom 216 - 4/19/13 at 12:08am
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I'm basing that off 200w for the system and 200w per card (as a generic guess), if he goes SLI/CFX later then that's 600w total, then he might want to overclock something a bit maybe so add another 50 or so watts and you get 750w, a good quality 850w PSU would cover him for now and the future.

just trying to be helpful smile.gif

Not sure about other GPU's, but a GTX 660 can pull a max of 170W. However, a card won't pull that unless you have OC'ed it and are running it at 100%. Even then it won;t even hit that, as it doesn't need to to max out. They just have the ability to if needed. It is a good idea to have extra watts, but I don't think 850 is needed. I still went with a 850 (Corsair TX850W) because I planeed on adding a lot down the road.
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As of right now the best bang for the buck gpu is the 7850

It does have a really good price:performance ratio, but I found this chart posted by a moderator:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The other cards that beat it really aren't worth getting, so I guess it would be the choice pick for price:performance without being too weak thumb.gif


BTW, the 660's were highlighted because it was used in a 660 debate.
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I'm basing that off 200w for the system and 200w per card (as a generic guess), if he goes SLI/CFX later then that's 600w total, then he might want to overclock something a bit maybe so add another 50 or so watts and you get 750w, a good quality 850w PSU would cover him for now and the future.

just trying to be helpful smile.gif

An overclocked 2600K with two GTX 570 cards in SLI has a max power draw of 523 watts from the wall
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An overclocked 2600K with two GTX 570 cards in SLI has a max power draw of 523 watts from the wall

I know what you are saying but i'm talking about adding other parts later on, if he has a 650-750w PSU then he is good to go, but if it's less then i'd say upgrade and go for a bit of overkill, OP doesn't have to take my advice, just putting it out there.
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I know what you are saying but i'm talking about adding other parts later on, if he has a 650-750w PSU then he is good to go, but if it's less then i'd say upgrade and go for a bit of overkill, OP doesn't have to take my advice, just putting it out there.

Even a bunch of HDD / SSD´s a whole ton of fans and all kind of other things would never push a system above 600 watts so 650 watts would be find 750 is a bit overkill
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Even a bunch of HDD / SSD´s a whole ton of fans

HDD = 8-13 Watt, SSD = 4=8 Watt.
Fans can pull anywhere between 4-16 watts. At least,t his is what I've seen from 1200 to 2600 RPM fans, and Seagate HDD/Corsair SSD

EDIT: I think we are getting off topic a bit.

Go for a Radeon 78X0 or a GTX 660 for price:performance, or get a 79X0 or a GTX 670 for performance. You can add another 78X0 or 660 when it's needed later. A 79X0 or GTX 670 will last longer and will need a second card later than you would for the others, but they are more expensive
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Sorry for late reply, thank you all for your suggestions. I had a look at the options and the benchmarks, and I found the HD7950 seems to be of the best value, performing almost exact, or a little worse, than the GTX 670.
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Originally Posted by seanotoolestuff View Post

Sorry for late reply, thank you all for your suggestions. I had a look at the options and the benchmarks, and I found the HD7950 seems to be of the best value, performing almost exact, or a little worse, than the GTX 670.

Yeah the 7950 is a great card. It can usually pass a 670 once overclocked too.

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