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the 770 is a re-badged gtx 680, the 680 & 770 are 256bit memory bus, even with 4gb ram they cant use it to its full potential, its like having a 2gb card they have the same performance, the 4gb is only good if you have loads of monitors, also the 4gb don't overclock as good as the 2gb model that's why I recommended the 7970 as it has 3gb but has 384bit memory bus and can use its memory more to its advantage


Low budget = 7950

medium = 7970

high = gtx 780
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Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post

the 770 is a re-badged gtx 680, the 680 & 770 are 256bit memory bus, even with 4gb ram they cant use it to its full potential, its like having a 2gb card they have the same performance, the 4gb is only good if you have loads of monitors, also the 4gb don't overclock as good as the 2gb model that's why I recommended the 7970 as it has 3gb but has 384bit memory bus and can use its memory more to its advantage


Low budget = 7950

medium = 7970

high = gtx 780
thank you for elaborating smile.gif

7970 is quite cheap compared to 770 2gb and 4gb. So far i am siding with 7970.
But a question: can the 770 4gb performance be because of drivers not being optimized? And can in future driver releases the 770 chokeslap the 7970?

Also, 9950 will come soon, so we'll see how that gpu will be price and performance wise.
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It's not driver issues it's just the card itself
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I found this page:
www.anandtech.com/bench/product/770?vs=829

Is it me or does this look very unreliable?

They havent even listed the models of the two gpus being tested.

"TESTING 770 and 7970!"

The 770 could easily be a 4GB
While the 7970 could been a overused non OC/GHz version.

Am i only one thinking that page looks very shoddy?
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