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says the AMD guy... rolleyes.gif

He is right. I can't see why anyone would pick 680 for 450$(or 4GB version for who knows what) over 7970 400$
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Wrong and Wrong. Guess you didn't bother reading the source linked in my comment from TPU.

I'll link it again: http://www.techpowerup.com/167711/amd-radeon-hd-7970-ghz-edition-tahiti-xt2-detailed.html. Bolded to boot!

Apply a little bit of logic to what the article says and you'll come out to the reason the 7970 Ghz edition is the faster card over the HD 7970.

On paper the Ghz edition looks better (it is faster for people who don't overclock), in reality the vanilla 7970s generally overclock higher & do better. Still a silicon lottery either way for a good card, but for better chances of a faster card don't get the Ghz.
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just found a GTX 680 Lightning for $440 shipped.

It will be interesting to see how the voltage locked 770s do against the unlocked 680 Lightnings!
    
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Wrong and Wrong. Guess you didn't bother reading the source linked in my comment from TPU.

I'll link it again: http://www.techpowerup.com/167711/amd-radeon-hd-7970-ghz-edition-tahiti-xt2-detailed.html. Bolded to boot!

Apply a little bit of logic to what the article says and you'll come out to the reason the 7970 Ghz edition is the faster card over the HD 7970.

I think you should be the one reading the article again. It was a prediction/rumor not a reality.

First off, the ghz edition did not boost to 1100 mhz. It was 1050mhz.

Secondly, the ghz edition default voltage is higher than the 7970. If the article were correct, the ghz edition would use fewer watts than the normal 7970.

Thirdly, all the reviews state the 7970ghz is the 7970 with higher clocks. Check them yourself.
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says the AMD guy... rolleyes.gif

He is right. I can't see why anyone would pick 680 for 450$(or 4GB version for who knows what) over 7970 400$
to each is own....
I'm not going for either but all I'm saying someone and many I bet will because it's what they want to get.
close in performance and brand loyalty.
doesn't matter is it's the right choice or not.

2GB GTX 680 Lightning for me.
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Would have liked to see 660 Ti, 670, and 680 in those graphs but I suppose that is asking too much.
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This has to be the most contrived graph I've seen in a while... a relative performance graph, what a joke!

For an average of 17.5% less fps than the 780's fps for most games in 2560x1600, this seems to be a better buy to me if it costs $250 less than the 780.
This is like the 670 vs. 680 duel.
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What's so special about the 680 Lightning? Binned chips?

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What happened to the GTX 400 days, I mean with their GTX 700 series technically they only have one faster card than the previous 600 generation which is the 780, unlike with the GTX 400 when the GTX 460 almost surpassed (or at least was on par) GTX 285. Well I hope that Maxwell will break new grounds as Nvidia stated before...
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What happened to the GTX 400 days, I mean with their GTX 700 series technically they only have one faster card than the previous 600 generation which is the 780, unlike with the GTX 400 when the GTX 460 almost surpassed (or at least was on par) GTX 285. Well I hope that Maxwell will break new grounds as Nvidia stated before...

The same 28nm process. 5xx series had only one card faster than 480 (both 40nm)
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What happened to the GTX 400 days, I mean with their GTX 700 series technically they only have one faster card than the previous 600 generation which is the 780, unlike with the GTX 400 when the GTX 460 almost surpassed (or at least was on par) GTX 285. Well I hope that Maxwell will break new grounds as Nvidia stated before...

The 460 had a new architecture (Fermi) as compared to its 285 predecessor with its Tesla (the GT200 chip, not the current K20X card) architecture, along with a shrink from 55nm to 40nm.

The 700 still uses the same Kepler architecture and 28nm process as the 600, so obviously gains are harder to come by.
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