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You have to remember that even a single 7970 with maxed out settings in Crysis 3 at 1920x1080 only gets about 42 FPS. You're won't exactly be breathing fire with a 7870 or 7850. The 7850 isn't even on the chart, suffice to say it's going to do about 20-24 FPS with the same settings as used in the comparison.

Check this link out: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/crysis-3-performance-benchmark-gaming,3451-6.html

"Maxed" settings in Crysis 3 is overrated anyhow. You can drop the MSAA and lower the AF a little bit and double your frame rates with everything else being equal.


Greg


Hm I see Crysis 3 need very goood graphic card biggrin.gif


But I paid and I waiting 7850 OC card but is no problem I can sell it.... but how much is beter 7870 ? it is worth to change it or wait 4-6 months and than buy 7950 or 7970?
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Why not just return the 7850 for a full refund?

Get a real card, such as a 7950 or 670 if you want to play crysis 3.

google some 7870 reviews
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post #13 of 25
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Yes but price is high for 7950 smile.gif

I do not even play so much.... I asked about Cryisis 3 because graphic is very good and need very good graphic card.

Whats about Bioshock infinite is 7850 or 7870 ok for MAX settings 1080p or...?
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Which monitor you have now? 16:10 I think smile.gif

Yes I know only for that I have 1600 x 1200 is picture 4:3 but in games have many movies 16:9 picture....

I have a cheap 27" Hanns-G. It's a regular TN panel, and only LCD backlit, but I love the screen size.

Newegg has a cheap 24" LED LG IPS 1920x1200. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824005496

I'm not familiar with that model, but I've had good luck with LG stuff, and LED-backlit IPS sounds pretty sweet to me.

Yeah Blurays or 1080P rips won't take up the entire screen, but they'll still be shown at 100% size, so there won't be any resizing artifacts or anything. The extra 120 pixels of horizontal real estate are great for games and web browsing though.
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What is more important?

http://powercolor.com/us/products_features.asp?id=430#Specification

CPU: 925MHz(up to 975MHz with boost)
Memory Clock: 1500MHz x4 (6.0 Gbps)

And:

http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?cid=1&gid=3&sgid=1160&lid=1&pid=1487&leg=0

CPU: 1050 MHz Core Clock
Memory Clock: 5000 MHz Effective

Or this:

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4154#ov

CPU: 1100 Mhz
Memory Clock: 4800 MHz
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Yes but price is high for 7950 smile.gif

I do not even play so much.... I asked about Cryisis 3 because graphic is very good and need very good graphic card.

Whats about Bioshock infinite is 7850 or 7870 ok for MAX settings 1080p or...?

Wait and save up for a 7950.

Google some 7870 reviews, they will contain benchmark results for games such as bioshock infinite.
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Wait and save up for a 7950.

Google some 7870 reviews, they will contain benchmark results for games such as bioshock infinite.

Yes but if I return 7850 and buy 7870 GIGABYTE I Surcharge 30€ or for first card 10€ and second 20€...


But what is more important CPU or Memory but I like more 3 fans my old card was GIGABYTE GTX 560 Ti - 3 Fans
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If you're not playing games every day, it probably won't matter. You can always get better frame rates by turning down the details a bit.

The moral here is do your research BEFORE you buy something next time. LOL.

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If you're not playing games every day, it probably won't matter. You can always get better frame rates by turning down the details a bit.

The moral here is do your research BEFORE you buy something next time. LOL.

Greg

Hihi yes I know biggrin.gif I think I will stay on 7850 for now.... I was bought a i7 3770 + ASUS P8H77-V and Graphic card 7850 and price was high for 7870 but now....

I do not play every day and will be 7850 thumb.gif


One question on my monitor 1600 x 1200 and Hi settings is better picture or on 1080p with MED settings?



PowerColor Radeon HD 7870 XT 2GB Myst. Edition have Tahiti chip or... is a big difference between normally 7870? Gigabyte Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition OC
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What is more important?

http://powercolor.com/us/products_features.asp?id=430#Specification

CPU: 925MHz(up to 975MHz with boost)
Memory Clock: 1500MHz x4 (6.0 Gbps)

Get this one. It's a cut-down version of HD 7950, uses Tahiti LE chip, also known as HD 7930 but since there's no official board from AMD they named it HD 7870 XT / Tahiti LE. It performs on par with GTX 660 Ti occasionally.

And what about this monitor: LG 23EA53V-P, I'm thinking to get this for myself too, IPS panel, VGA, DVI-D, HDMI video outputs, 1920x1080 (1080p @ 60Hz and 16:9 aspect ratio).

Also, if you already owned a GeForce GTX 560 Ti you won't feel a hell of a difference between HD 7850 unless you overclock it like a boss (which is pretty easy and straight forward on GCN cards).
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