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If you are using a 1440p monitor is probably over 15% difference. If you have already a 680 i would just wait for the 20nm cards.
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If you are using a 1440p monitor is probably over 15% difference. If you have already a 680 i would just wait for the 20nm cards.
I do have a 1440p monitor that i use sometimes. But most of the time I use my 144hz monitor. I had a used gtx 680 but it was faulty due to dammage in shiping so I had to return it and now im back to deciding between these too.
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I do have a 1440p monitor that i use sometimes. But most of the time I use my 144hz monitor. I had a used gtx 680 but it was faulty due to dammage in shiping so I had to return it and now im back to deciding between these too.

Yeah then for sure the 7970. Except if you just prefer nvidia or you need cuda,physx.

You can check this one for a comparison.I prefer the ocn users review.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1322119/12-11-vs-310-33

Its a bit old but nothing really changed from then maybe 7970 its a bit faster now
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Yeah then for sure the 7970. Except if you just prefer nvidia or you need cuda,physx.

You can check this one for a comparison.I prefer the ocn users review.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1322119/12-11-vs-310-33

Its a bit old but nothing really changed from then maybe 7970 its a bit faster now

Thanks man I'll order a 7970 from amazon with prime that way I can get free returns if I dont like it.
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