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Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri View Post

580 can OC as well. it's default clock is 770 and can reach 900 no problem with a small voltage bump (mine is @940MHz).
yeah but its power hungry. its not worth it unless you can get it for really cheap $120-140.






Edited by croy - 5/26/13 at 5:07pm
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well if you cant get a 580 i would get a 7850 since it is more powerful then the 650; However, amd dosent have the best drivers so you might have to tinker with it.
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Well, just keep in mind that those reviews are comparing 7850 @860MHz vs 650ti boost @980MHz
I came to point out this. Even at 860 MHz it's faster than the GTX 650 Ti BOOST +/-. Most HD 7850s available on the market are clocked from 900-1000 MHz which gives a significant performance boost.
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well if you cant get a 580 i would get a 7850 since it is more powerful then the 650; However, amd dosent have the best drivers so you might have to tinker with it.
It vary from user to user really. My last 3 cards were Radeons and never had a single problem with them.
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Well, just keep in mind that those reviews are comparing 7850 @860MHz vs 650ti boost @1033 Mhz with boost

corrected. the HD 7850 OC competes with GTX 660 OC. the average overclocks for HD 7850 are 1100 - 1150 mhz. at those speeds the GTX 650 Ti boost (1200 mhz) does not stand a chance.
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corrected. the HD 7850 OC competes with GTX 660 OC. the average overclocks for HD 7850 are 1100 - 1150 mhz. at those speeds the GTX 650 Ti boost (1200 mhz) does not stand a chance.

So would I be right in saying that the order of performance (from fastest to slowest) would be:

HD7850 (oc-ed)
650 Ti Boost (oc-ed)
650Ti boost
HD7850

(Just as a side note: I'm not too familiar with oc-ing gpus.. I've been building computers since the socket 478 intel p4 days and I'm decently well versed in overclocking CPUs but I've always left GPUs at stock...)
Edited by 6mmruledlines - 5/27/13 at 4:23am
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So would I be right in saying that the order of performance (from fastest to slowest) would be:

HD7850 (oc-ed)
650 Ti Boost (oc-ed)
650Ti boost
HD7850

(Just as a side note: I'm not too familiar with oc-ing gpus.. I've been building computers since the socket 478 intel p4 days and I'm decently well versed in overclocking CPUs but I've always left GPUs at stock...)

yeah that would be correct. overclocking the GPU is easier than the CPU. you can overclock in AMD Overdrive in AMD Catalyst Control Center or use MSI afterburner / sapphire trixx. there are a lot of articles on ocn and the internet about gpu overclocking.

http://www.overclock.net/t/633816/how-to-overclock-your-amd-ati-gpu
http://www.overclock.net/t/641299/guide-to-enabling-unofficial-overclocking-in-msi-afterburner

here is the Asus HD 7850 DCII review

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/04/15/asus_radeon_hd_7850_directcu_ii_video_card_review/
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post #27 of 28
660...Asus and Galaxy go on sale monthly for $170.

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You could also hold out until the 700 series rolls out with the rest of the line up. The complete launch of the series will drop the price of 600 and 7000 series, which might help you get the card for less, or you could get a better card for the same price or less.
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