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Tell me more. It simply isn't true. smile.gif

You have no idea what frame latency means do you? We know AMD will get more frames, their cards are simply faster but that has nothing to do with scaling when the frame latency is all over the place and the smoothness of game play is completely lackluster.

Their scaling sucks, as proven by many top reviewers.

Your chart means nothing, all it does it show what everyone already knows. AMD's cards are currently faster, but that is not the discussion... thumb.gif
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@BiG StroOnZ :

Thank you for all this useful information ! And for showing some sources !

@DaveLT :

I'm starting to think more and more that you are the troll that haunts overclock.net.. I'm glad on another side that you're trying to show the other side of the fence or to defend your point of view, no problem with that at all, it is simply the way you say it that IMO lacks diplomacy, could you use some ? Just a bit ?

@Apropo :

Thank you a lot for this definitive information, I was going to go for 750W all along but as I saw that SeaSonic 650KM I was wondering, know you get me thinking about SLI or Crossfire though ! 7970CF would be slightly better than 670SLI but I would need to grab a 850W instead of a 750W.. Hmm !




So, what do you think guys ! 7970CF or 670SLI ?
The main goal here is for me to be able to throw almost anything at my computer and for it to handle it (I'm talking Metro Last Light at max settings on twenty monitors but almost).
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I really think you are indeed uselessly agressive, first of all, second of all I never saw you agree with someone in this entire forum (at least the little I read) so I am quite convinced that you are indeed a troll, you do not have quite a deep argumentation but quite a quick temper IMO.. Anyway..

Concerning the main debate, if I do that simple,

7970CF -> More VRAM, More Compute Power, More speed (at least than the 670)
770SLI (Basically, a 680 with a different cooler and cheaper than a 680) -> Less VRAM, More Speed, Less Computer Power, Cuda, PhysX

Am I right ? Or maybe terribly wrong.
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I never agreed with someone?
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I do have to say Dave, you are only taking average frames, not minimum and maximum over time. Average makes no difference simply due to the fact that you could get like 200FPS for like 2 seconds, then be at 50 the rest of the time, and the average would hike up. Averages are just about the worst thing to look at, same as only looking at maximum frames. Im not disagreeing with you, but I am saying your proving your point in the wrong way.
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7950 is cheaper and about the same performance as 670 smile.gif Anti-AMD people can argue all they want but it's the truth smile.gif

Look who's talking!
Firstly, PCPER is Nvidia-funded. Yes CF has frametiming issues and SLI does also. Claiming SLI doesn't is the same thing as claiming CF has MASSIVE issues to the point of non-playability which people like you seem to suggest
And if you consider Tomshardware a top website you need your brains checked
Lastly, that chart is not my chart. You fool.
Say all you want, you really think i want to troll around here?

The issue here, is when looking at results from tests. You can clearly see that the main issue in frametime latency is with CF; while SLI does have some, it's so little it's not really relevant in most cases. We also can tell than in some games, Crossfire has higher framerate averages while in other games SLI has higher framerate averages. However, the end result is that all-in-all gameplay on nVidia SLI setups has proven to be much smoother. Which at the end of the day means that it scales better.

Toms is a top website, if you disagree with that then you have denial issues to deal with on your own time. Saying PCPER is nVidia-funded is kind of childish, because if you actually read any of the articles you would see that they don't slam AMD in any way. Most of the time they praise them, especially after the beta driver.

You are one of those people who finds facts to fit their beliefs, as opposed to changing their beliefs to fit the facts. That of course is nothing new, most of the world has this problem. It's called being delusional. Nothing you can do about it, it's just in your genetic code to deny the obvious truth. You are one of those people who can have a hundred sources shoved in their face, but you will still act as if none of it matters and instead spew your ridiculous nonsensical verbal trashcan garbage mouth about how the other person is wrong while you are right. That's ok, you along with about a hundred other people on this forum have that problem. It's nothing new. Like I said, it's bad genetics. Not your fault really.

I saw whose chart it is, but using strawman tactics to point out more nonsense isn't going to help your argument. By saying "your chart" it is referring to the chart that you chose to use to defend your argument; nobody was claiming it is actually your created chart. However, like I said before, none of it really matters. I have better success communicating with animals...
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 5/18/13 at 12:49pm
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@DaveLT :
On this thread at least, I do like the fact that you're for the controversy (Plextor over Samsung, AMD over Nvidia, etc.) but it simply is the way you present it, you see what I mean ? No harm intended my dear.

@ADHDadditiv : Thanks ADHD, you beautifully said what I was trying to say.

About the rest, let's all be nice guys, here is some gifts to all of you to just be happy :

1) A helping kitty !


2) And a second one !
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Silly kitty, not downloading the RAM like the rest of us.
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http://www.downloadmoreram.com/ ?
Yeah, why buy RAM when you can just download it?
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