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I looked at benchmarks is the new 7970 drivers really faster than 770?

they trade blows. you can find a 3GB 7970 cheaper than even a 2GB 770. the 4GB can be very close to the price of a 780.

if you can wait for the HD9000 coming out later this year, i suggest you do. if not, i'd go with the 780 for a 144Hz. if neither of those two are within your budget . . . 7970 all the way.
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they trade blows. you can find a 3GB 7970 cheaper than even a 2GB 770. the 4GB can be very close to the price of a 780.

if you can wait for the HD9000 coming out later this year, i suggest you do. if not, i'd go with the 780 for a 144Hz. if neither of those two are within your budget . . . 7970 all the way.
Alright thanks man.
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