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i am sure that 7950 you bought will do 1100 easy . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5601273

compare the GPU score to your 6970. if atm you can't max out BF3 at 1080, then you will with the new gpu.

edit: let me add this . . . my gpu usage in BF3 MP 64 with the PhenomII X 4 @ 4GH and the 7970 at stock was only 75%. no doubt our chip as a quad will bottleneck the 7970 or 7950 but your fps will surely be higher what you are getting rightnow. BF3 SP and Coop are totally easier to the cpu. night and day.
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i am sure that 7950 you bought will do 1100 easy . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5601273

compare the GPU score to your 6970. if atm you can't max out BF3 at 1080, then you will with the new gpu.

edit: let me add this . . . my gpu usage in BF3 MP 64 with the PhenomII X 4 @ 4GH and the 7970 at stock was only 75%. no doubt our chip as a quad will bottleneck the 7970 or 7950 but your fps will surely be higher what you are getting rightnow. BF3 SP and Coop are totally easier to the cpu. night and day.

I have an 8350 arriving tomorrow, I don't play battlefield though... Might have to check it out
    
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You chose a nice 7950 model. At $250 after rebate, it's a good purchase. Hopefully you'll get a good chip that can do 1100mhz+ at stock voltage.
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You chose a nice 7950 model. At $250 after rebate, it's a good purchase. Hopefully you'll get a good chip that can do 1100mhz+ at stock voltage.

Sweet!! Can't wait, ntm the eggsaver free shipping and it's already shipped... Pretty much a steal then!
    
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it's actually a 6950. a 7950 = 2 6950.

seeing how even a HD5970 (which is two HD5850's) still beat out a single HD7950, i hardly believe two HD6950's will be slower...
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I think a single 7950 is pretty close to being equal to 6950CF...

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6870025, my 24/7 clocks, and also note rdr:s score with easily attainable overclocks, dont know what 6950CF gets exactly but pretty close I would assume.
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seeing how even a HD5970 (which is two HD5850's) still beat out a single HD7950, i hardly believe two HD6950's will be slower...

what i meant was in terms of maxing out games were stuff like vram will not hinder, especially for upcoming games. like youpekkad pointed out that link i made an example was just using Afterburner with no voltage tweaks in my case. depends on luck of draw others may go higher or lower. i never maxed my 7950 in 3DMark11 like in Valley were it scored a 51.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5948666

@op, the 8300 will be a perfect balance for that gpu. perfect.
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what i meant was in terms of maxing out games were stuff like vram will not hinder, especially for upcoming games. like youpekkad pointed out that link i made an example was just using Afterburner with no voltage tweaks in my case. depends on luck of draw others may go higher or lower. i never maxed my 7950 in 3DMark11 like in Valley were it scored a 51.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5948666

@op, the 8300 will be a perfect balance for that gpu. perfect.

Yea, my 6950cf was doing alright by my 955 oc'ed but straight up it was a bottlenecked... down the road i will more than likely xfire this setup with another 7950... Money doesn't grow on trees for now however..
    
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