Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv
I am going to defend this one due to the fact that benchmarks mean absolutely nothing while gaming. In-game FPS determines performance, not 3dmark. 3Dmark is just an easier way to compare full setups, means nothing in-game. Therefore, I would look at in-game FPS over 3dmark anyday. Just my last 2 cents I'm putting in.
provided the game being benched has an in-game benchmark like Adrenalin for C2 . . .
those were my exact settings for both 7950 and, now, with the 7970. no difference.
most review sites will portray the 7950 averaging less than 60 in BF3, well here was my 7950 in BF3 MP 64 Full server at STOCK and the i7 @4.5 . . .
edit: in case you guys are curious what the 7950 gets in Firestrike at only 1100/1575 - 7300.Edited by rdr09 - 7/8/13 at 6:59pm