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Zotac 670 4GB Edition vs. EVGA 680 2GB Superclocked dilemma

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I'm about to upgrade my GTX 660 OC and I'm quite in a dilemma..

I don't know which one of these should I pick, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 670 4GB [ZT-60303-10P] or the EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked [02G-P4-2682]?

The 680 by EVGA cost higher and have only 2GB of DDR5 memory whereas the 670 by Zotac have 4GB of DDR5, but it's a Superclocked GTX 680 against 670, so what do you think, which one is more worth the purchase??
Edited by silveralf - 5/24/13 at 3:35am
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Neither. You ought to wait until this time next week when the GTX 770 is announced. Depending on the launch pricing, you may well be able to get a better-performing card at a lower price.

Here's the known details of the 770, and how it stacks up to the reference 670 and 680 cards:
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NAME              CHIP CUDA TMU ROP SMX BASE BOOST MEMCL BUS MEMSZ TDP MSRP
670              GK104 1344 112  32   7  915   980  6008 256  2048 170 $399 
680              GK104 1536 128  32   8 1006  1058  6008 256  2048 195 $499 
770*             GK104 1536 128  32   8 1046  1085  7008 256  2048 230 $???
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That really depens on the price of that GTX 670 4GB card !. In Denmark the prices for the GTX 670 4GB model is now hitting around $275~$295. You can easily OC the GTX 670 4GB to near upcoming GTX 770 levels and have a 4GB frame buffer. To me that's not such a bad deal thumb.gif
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That really depens on the price of that GTX 670 4GB card !. In Denmark the prices for the GTX 670 4GB model is now hitting around $275~$295. You can easily OC the GTX 670 4GB to near upcoming GTX 770 levels and have a 4GB frame buffer. To me that's not such a bad deal thumb.gif

I wish I could get me the 670 on that price rolleyes.gif In here the price for a 670 is about 540 usd and the 680 Superclocked is 635 usd.
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That really depens on the price of that GTX 670 4GB card !. In Denmark the prices for the GTX 670 4GB model is now hitting around $275~$295. You can easily OC the GTX 670 4GB to near upcoming GTX 770 levels and have a 4GB frame buffer. To me that's not such a bad deal thumb.gif

Hello, sorry for going offtopic but I would it be possible for you to provide a link for that card from a Denmark retailer? Thank you.
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