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Awesome thx.
I didn't read reviews yet but why is evgas ACX models the same price as reference models?

It's still a reference board.
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post #132 of 757
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lachen.gif I love whenever one of these threads pops up someone always says "Well you can sell the games".

Why doesnt Nvidia offer free games? Because they dont have too. They have a quality product and quality drivers

Thats besides the point, its about getting more for your dollar. Alot of people around here dont understand that.

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Would you honestly prefer an identical AMD card to an nVidia card?

If the tides were turned i would have bought an nvidia card. I over clock my cards and i have enough sense to figure out technical problem with my system configuration. I strictly go for the most i can get for my dollar.

The 770 is a good card and i would suggest that people that are not techy should get one.
post #133 of 757
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why do people suggest not getting the 4gb editions??? i dont understand ! ill rep whoever helps me with these!

I bring to you, knowledge!
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There’s also the issue of memory capacity to sort out. We didn’t have any trouble running out of steam on our 2 GB cards at 2560x1440. However, as you step up to 5760x1080 and higher, 3 and 4 GB models are more appropriate. Expect to pay somewhere around $50 more per GeForce GTX 770 4 GB. A pair still lands you at $900. And although we haven’t run tests with three 770s yet, if Nvidia’s historical scaling numbers apply here, you’re still better off with three GeForce GTX 770s for $50 more than two 780s.


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post #134 of 757
you mean an overclocked 680 beats a stock 7970ghz???
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post #135 of 757
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For anyone that overclocks their card to the max the 7970 is still the clearly superior performer.

I defended the Titan against the 780, will do the same for the 7970 vs. 770.

However the 770 can be a great buy for someone who just wants, easy out of the box performance without having to make a fuss about tweaking anything. Or if you need NV features. But the 7970 still for the OCN crowd is the better performer.

i 100% agree with you.
post #136 of 757
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Awesome thx.
I didn't read reviews yet but why is evgas ACX models the same price as reference models?

EVGA typically charges $10 extra for their non-reference coolers as compared to reference coolers at the same clock speed. Oddly enough, this time around EVGA is charging $409 for their reference-clocked "base" card (02G-P4-2770-KR) and the same for the same-clocked ACX version (-2773). I guess they wanted to bump up the price of the base card to keep margins, but didn't want to have that affect the rest of their stack...

Considering the glowing reviews that their ACX versions of the 780 got in terms of cooling, the only reason not to get an ACX is if you're running SLI (as reference blowers are preferable in that setting).
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post #137 of 757
That's a dirty 3rd party marketplace seller.
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Why is the 770 Gaming 470 dollars? lachen.gif

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post #138 of 757
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For anyone that overclocks their card to the max the 7970 is still the clearly superior performer.

I defended the Titan against the 780, will do the same for the 7970 vs. 770.

However the 770 can be a great buy for someone who just wants, easy out of the box performance without having to make a fuss about tweaking anything. Or if you need NV features. But the 7970 still for the OCN crowd is the better performer.

There is no l;logical reason to defend the Titan though

Gtx 770 = 7970 price.
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post #139 of 757
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you mean an overclocked 680 beats a stock 7970ghz???
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this is more like Nvidias GTX680 Ghz+ edition really.
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post #140 of 757
A reasonable price point for the performance until you realize the fact most people already have cards within 70% to 80% of that performance and can still play all their games at 1440 resolutions or 1080 at max detail and be smooth.

I will wait and see...
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