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Originally Posted by wholeeo View Post

So will the 680 get a price drop or is it EOL?
it will have to be cheaper considering it offers nothing over the 770 while performing below it. Expect to see them at $380 in the next few days. You can also expect an HD7970 price cut in the next few days as well in reaction to the new kid on the block.
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they will just keep selling it to unknowing customers tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by Alatar View Post

Yeah I know, I did note earlier in the thread that for the OCN user the 7970 is obviously the superior performer.

What was that you were saying about the 7970. Clearly wrong again. The OCN user would benefit from the superior performance from a few titans. That is all!!!! thumb.gif

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I really don't think you're in a position to judge anyone.

You replaced 2 7970's with 2 Titans, 7970's ain't all that cracked up to be if you're willing to spend $600 more PER card + Water blocks to replace them. Or, since it was worth it for you to spend 122% more for 35% more performance, why wouldn't people choose a 770 that is FASTER than 7970GE for $50 Less?

According to Anand:


That should hold you over 'till Maxwell. thumb.gif
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post #454 of 757
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What was that you were saying about the 7970. Clearly wrong again. The OCN user would benefit from the superior performance from a few titans. That is all!!!! thumb.gif

Do you understand the concept of overclocking?

The 7970 has MUCH more headroom than a 770. An overclocked 7970GHz will probably gain around 30% extra while the 770 in the reviews could barely manage 10% if that.

Of course a bunch of Titans would be better, however I don't see how that has anything to do with this. I run a Titan myself. The 770/680 still don't beat the 7970 for single card usage when both are overclocked.
 
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So many wrong / uninformed posts. Crossfire has been proven to have little to no issues with dropped frame with v-sync enabled. Single gpus either side run mostly free of issues. My god, try to add Intelligent posts or not at all.
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says the HD 7770 runner.. tongue.gif
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So many wrong / uninformed posts. Crossfire has been proven to have little to no issues with dropped frame with v-sync enabled. Single gpus either side run mostly free of issues. My god, try to add Intelligent posts or not at all.

vsync doesn't remove the issue withe pacing of the frames. You'll still get stuttery animation even though all the frames themselves were 16.7ms long. This is because vsync doesn't affect the pace at which the frames are put into the buffer. So you'll get good numbers but a choppy image still.

And you get all the other issues such as lower perf unless you can get 60fps at all times, input lag etc.
 
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post #458 of 757
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Originally Posted by 2010rig View Post

I really don't think you're in a position to judge anyone.

You replaced 2 7970's with 2 Titans, 7970's ain't all that cracked up to be if you're willing to spend $600 more PER card + Water blocks to replace them. Or, since it was worth it for you to spend 122% more for 35% more performance, why wouldn't people choose a 770 that is FASTER than 7970GE for $50 Less?

According to Anand:


That should hold you over 'till Maxwell. thumb.gif

What I do with my own money is my business thanks. My point was that people are going crazy over basically the same card they have had since last year with some added clock speed. Nothing has changed in the 7970 vs 680 battle here other than the name is now 770. The 7970 (notice how I didn't say anything about GE) is cheaper, faster, OC's better with unlocked voltage, has a massive games bundle, and more VRAM. What's hard to understand about that? Your worthless chart is meaningless when OC's come into play...
post #459 of 757
why do people say the GTX doesn't overclock.?
yes it takes a modded BIOS to reach higher clocks and/or get a MSI PE or Lightning edition card.
but they do overclock it just takes a little more effort to do then just a couple click in say AMD Overdrive or something with Radeons.
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why do people say the GTX doesn't overclock.?
yes it takes a modded BIOS to reach higher clocks and/or get a MSI PE or Lightning edition card.
but they do overclock it just takes a little more effort to do then just a couple click in say AMD Overdrive or something with Radeons.

Who use AMD overdrive?
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