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Stock performance :800 MHz 7950 vs 925 MHz 7970..

Pardon. But I still didn't get the point of your post? I was discussing an entirely different matter.
As for the 800 MHz 7950.. Now most 7950s ship at 925 MHz clocks but due to the power limit they don't run at 925 MHz all the time. So they can be between 6-8% behind the original 7970, now put the power limit to +20 and the 7950 will be just 1%-5% behind.
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It's not. 4GB is the sweet spot for everything under 1440P surround and 4GB GTX 680s can use all of their VRAM in surround. 2GB is useless for surround.

ah yes, I can see how that would be the case.
    
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This is probably going to start being my habit next time I upgrade. When a $200 card beats this Titan, that will probably be my next card. And get two of them while I am at it.

$200? probably not anytime soon. I am almost certain a 9870 will will match Titan.
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$200? probably not anytime soon. I am almost certain a 9870 will will match Titan.


Come on now....A 9950...Maybe....but a 9870 will be on par with a 7970 most likely...This is all assuming a 9970 can even meet/beat a titan...
     
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Come on now....A 9950...Maybe....but a 9870 will be on par with a 7970 most likely...This is all assuming a 9970 can even meet/beat a titan...

Reason for saying what i said is: I expect a 8970 to beat titan.

A 7870 >= 6970 and a 6870 > 5870. So with that said I fully expect a 9870 to beat an 8970, therefore beating a Titan.

Based on news I have seen, 8970 will be coming this year.
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what a messed up game the 1st crysis must be, cards still can't run it nicely @1080p, or just barely now get +50fps

I guess that's why to this very day "Can it run Crysis?" is still a popular question to ask in tech forums live overclock.net. biggrin.gif
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Come on now....A 9950...Maybe....but a 9870 will be on par with a 7970 most likely...This is all assuming a 9970 can even meet/beat a titan...

9970 will be on par with a Titan as it is a next gen 20nm. Don't expect a 28nm be this close.
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9970 will be on par with a Titan as it is a next gen 20nm. Don't expect a 28nm be this close.

Because only nvidia can do it? rolleyes.gif

Did you take your new driver for the 780?
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9970 will be on par with a Titan as it is a next gen 20nm. Don't expect a 28nm be this close.

The only thing beating a Titan in 2014 is possibly the GTX 880 or Titan 2 and even with that, the gains are probably your typical 10-15%. That is my prediction with Maxwell... That thought alone makes me think it is better to nab an used 780 or Titan for 2x SLI then to go all new on Maxwell...
    
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The only thing beating a Titan in 2014 is possibly the GTX 880 or Titan 2 and even with that, the gains are probably your typical 10-15%. That is my prediction with Maxwell... That thought alone makes me think it is better to nab an used 780 or Titan for 2x SLI then to go all new on Maxwell...

I expect~20%(very inaccurate here) over Titan with Maxwell refresh chips. When they first are available(2014, non-refreshed) I think the performance will be similar to Titan/780.

Plus REP as I agreed with what you said!
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