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If Amd's new driver fix for stuttering was out i would agree but i wouldnt wish a Crossfire setup even on my worst enemy's.

yeah that's what i meant. (funny thing that only on a dual CF the problem occurs/noticeable. on single card they fixed all or most problems and on triple it isn't there by many)

but i remember Some SLI setups (6xx) having some problems too.
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Maybe the regular 7970s, but the ghz edition really doesn't have more headroom, id say the average overclocked speed is under 1200mhz, and it has a 1050 boost, so you're looking at 150mhz overclocking headroom, id imagine the 770 is roughly around the same ballpark

Where do you get that number from??? I've had 4 7970's and every single one of them would do at least 1225MHz. The 7970GE has he same exact core as the regular 7970 so it should reach 1300Mhz in the same numbers the regular ones do...
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I find it funny these GPU companies have us convinced that $400 is such "a bargain". Keeping in mind that intels awesome processors are half as much. I think people lose track of how much they are really spending on these things.

Well this "cheap price" is good news. Now I'm almost certain the 760ti will be $299.
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Where do you get that number from??? I've had 4 7970's and every single one of them would do at least 1225MHz. The 7970GE has he same exact core as the regular 7970 so it should reach 1300Mhz in the same numbers the regular ones do...

Shouldn't the Ghz editions be in theory better binned than the normal (old) ones?
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I find it funny these GPU companies have us convinced that $400 is such "a bargain". Keeping in mind that intels awesome processors are half as much. I think people lose track of how much they are really spending on these things.

Well this "cheap price" is good news. Now I'm almost certain the 670ti will be $299.

Intel's CPUs cost a lot less to manufacture as they do not come with a big PCB with all the memory and power delivery components. The dies intel puts in their CPUs are also much smaller than the GPUs we're talking about.
 
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post #66 of 757
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You're entitled to your opinion but a lot of us disagree. If you had 400 dollars today the 770 is the card to get

Lol, which feature makes the 770 better than the 7970 at $400, the 1GB less VRAM, the lower overclock potential, the locked down voltage, or the lack of a games bundle???? rolleyes.gif
post #67 of 757
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You're entitled to your opinion but a lot of us disagree. If you had 400 dollars today the 770 is the card to get

for 2gb of memory? heck no
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$399 is an incredible price for the GTX 770. Even the $429 for an EVGA Super Clock version with the ACX Cooler isn't a bad deal.

Still going for the GTX 780 though ... especially since EVGA announced the Hydro Copper version which is only $150 more than the standard GTX 780, which is about $20 more expensive than buying a 780 and water block separately.

But the 770 will put the pressure on AMD to be sure.
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LOL...
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