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Now show charts with 8xMSAA

Find your own 8x charts bud.

As has been stated so many times, 8x provides very little improvement vs 4x that it's not worth the penalty.

If we're going to do something nearly useless just to handicap a card, let's run physx as well.
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tomb raider has been patched and with latest drivers , in more recent reviews the HD 7970 Ghz is trouncing the GTX 680 and HD 7970 OC beating GTX 770 OC / GTX 680 OC by > 20%.

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/06/msi_n770_lightning_overclocking_review/3

That link compares a 1275mhz 7970 to a 1241mhz 770. 1275 mhz is way above average for a 7970.

Interesting that you didn't mention the 770 keeping up to the hugely clocked 7970 in Crysis 3, Metro LL and Far Cry 3 from that same review.
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That link compares a 1275mhz 7970 to a 1241mhz 770. 1275 mhz is way above average for a 7970.

Interesting that you didn't mention the 770 keeping up to the hugely clocked 7970 in Crysis 3, Metro LL and Far Cry 3 from that same review.
Something doesn't seem right with their overclock, In almost every other review a 7970 overclocked that high would walk all over them. for example in this review http://www.overclockers.com/asus-gtx-770-directcu-ii-oc-graphics-card-review/ the 7970 is clocked at 1180/1500 and the 770 is clocked at 1293/2000 and they trade blows with 100Mhz more it should leave quite a gap, i mean look at the gap between the stock 7970 and the 7970Ghz in most reviews and that with a 125Mhz bump in core.
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Something doesn't seem right with their overclock, In almost every other review a 7970 overclocked that high would walk all over them. for example in this review http://www.overclockers.com/asus-gtx-770-directcu-ii-oc-graphics-card-review/ the 7970 is clocked at 1180/1500 and the 770 is clocked at 1293/2000 and they trade blows with 100Mhz more it should leave quite a gap, i mean look at the gap between the stock 7970 and the 7970Ghz in most reviews and that with a 125Mhz bump in core.

Agreed...

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/HIS/HD_7970_X_Turbo/17.html

That's only 1180 on the core compared to 1050 with zero bump on the mem compared to a stock ghz edition (1500mhz*) and look at the performance gap from a 7970GE, let alone a regular 7970. These cards scale well so those are pretty odd results
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Find your own 8x charts bud.

As has been stated so many times, 8x provides very little improvement vs 4x that it's not worth the penalty.

If we're going to do something nearly useless just to handicap a card, let's run physx as well.

8xMSAA makes a massive difference on my machine... Especially to transparent textures.....

Then again AMD does have the best Aa quality in the business so maybe that's why people with Nvidia cards can't see a noticeable difference....

That's if they have the grunt left over to make 8xMSAA playable....
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Something doesn't seem right with their overclock, In almost every other review a 7970 overclocked that high would walk all over them. for example in this review http://www.overclockers.com/asus-gtx-770-directcu-ii-oc-graphics-card-review/ the 7970 is clocked at 1180/1500 and the 770 is clocked at 1293/2000 and they trade blows with 100Mhz more it should leave quite a gap, i mean look at the gap between the stock 7970 and the 7970Ghz in most reviews and that with a 125Mhz bump in core.

That is a fair point.

But if their OC had an issue, it should have reflected on Tomb Raider as well as the other 3. But as Raghu pointed out, Tomb Raider was 8 fps faster.
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8xMSAA makes a massive difference on my machine... Especially to transparent textures.....

Then again AMD does have the best Aa quality in the business so maybe that's why people with Nvidia cards can't see a noticeable difference....

That's if they have the grunt left over to make 8xMSAA playable....

Whew, good thing I own a 7970 VaporX as well then.
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Whew, good thing I own a 7970 VaporX as well then.

Don't forget to set AA quality to adaptive thumb.gif
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That link compares a 1275mhz 7970 to a 1241mhz 770. 1275 mhz is way above average for a 7970.

Interesting that you didn't mention the 770 keeping up to the hugely clocked 7970 in Crysis 3, Metro LL and Far Cry 3 from that same review.
Depends on the 7970. You buy a performance part and you'll get that performance.
    
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8xMSAA makes a massive difference on my machine... Especially to transparent textures.....

Then again AMD does have the best Aa quality in the business so maybe that's why people with Nvidia cards can't see a noticeable difference....

That's if they have the grunt left over to make 8xMSAA playable....

Is that why amd cant even get in the top ten mark3d? Also you want to know why you dont see any 780's in that benchmark? They been behind for the last four years. Since the 480 release. Lol
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