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post #631 of 933
No matter if the cooler is the same the 570 runs slightly cooler then 480 by chip and board design.remember the 480 board has a hole in it and even that did not help.

Really looking foward to non ref. lil' titan boards i just hope they are working on them already.
If more people can get 1.4v+ on water then your talking 1350+ gaming clocks np,that would be titan performance....maybe... never know biggrin.gif
post #632 of 933
this debate again..?
GTX 570 > GTX 480 all day long, even the GTX 560 Ti - 448 best the GTX 480 in more than 50% of benches and games.
post #633 of 933
Pfft still running on 2 & 3GB? why not shove 1 more GB on the 770 and 1GB more on the 780? I know they are refreshes but come on at least look like you are trying. AMD will smash next series if Nvidia is seriously doing this.

Nvidia has really taken the approach that we have a Titan, so we don't need to make new cards for a while. GG Nvidia, looks like next card will be AMD.
post #634 of 933
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this debate again..?
GTX 570 > GTX 480 all day long, even the GTX 560 Ti - 448 best the GTX 480 in more than 50% of benches and games.

Boy I miss my 448's. Cards were a beast for 300 bucks....
 
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Boy I miss my 448's. Cards were a beast for 300 bucks....

I'm still rocking my 448! Though I'm going to be picking up a 780 I'm pretty sure wheee.gif
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look at my 'night-rider' rig in my sig..... SLi 448's and holding out until GTX 7 series.
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this debate again..?
GTX 570 > GTX 480 all day long, even the GTX 560 Ti - 448 best the GTX 480 in more than 50% of benches and games.

I know this is off topic, but I have a GTX 480 and GTX 570 and clock for clock, the GTX 480 is faster, at least in 3dmark11:




Now the 480 is running 970core while the 570 is running 960 core, but the 480 bench has the cpu @4.7 while the 570 bench has the cpu @5.1.

I think it's because of the 320bit vs 384bit interface myself.
    
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I'll take my chances with the GTX 570 over the GTX 480 regardless..
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When looking at the GeForce GTX 480 in comparison we found that the new GeForce GTX 570 can overall match its performance. There some cases where performance was a few percent faster or slower, but in real-world gaming terms this doesn’t equate to any real-world gameplay advantages. The GeForce GTX 570 does have less memory bandwidth than the GeForce GTX 480, but that did not seem to hamper it in any way in our gameplay testing. We were able to run high settings with high resolutions and plenty of AA thanks to the large memory capacity. When looking at the GeForce GTX 580 we find the GeForce GTX 570 is somewhere between 10-25% slower frame rate-wise depending on the game.

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2010/12/07/nvidia_geforce_gtx_570_video_card_review/10#.UY5QDsqcNPg
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post #639 of 933
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I know this is off topic, but I have a GTX 480 and GTX 570 and clock for clock, the GTX 480 is faster, at least in 3dmark11:

Cool, do you play on 3dmark11 alot? what is your k/d?

What's your 3dmark11 account and we can add each other and play sometime?

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I'll take my chances with the GTX 570 over the GTX 480 regardless..

Well for the GTX 480 to be a good choice over the 570, you'd have to go water cooling. I agree with you if you had to choose an air cooled card.
    
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