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Most likely the custom cards are released from day one just like 7970 ghz.
Most likely not, 7970ghz editions were just 7970s overclocked from the factory. They MIGHT have different coolers, but I sincerely doubt they'll have custom PCBs from day one
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Most likely not, 7970ghz editions were just 7970s overclocked from the factory. They MIGHT have different coolers, but I sincerely doubt they'll have custom PCBs from day one

I rather have Stock PCBs. Except like for "lightning" editions or so.
Stock FTW.
7970 stock PCB overclocked better than any other modification done later on. Especially the ones that crippled double bios or voltage control. Bastards-
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[quote name="y2kcamaross" url="/t/1427819/3dcenter-specifications-for-amds-first-graphics-chip-hawaii/340_20#post_20850829"]Most likely not, 7970ghz editions were just 7970s overclocked from the factory. They MIGHT have different coolers, but I sincerely doubt they'll have custom PCBs from day one[/quote]I rather have Stock PCBs. Except like for "lightning" editions or so.Stock FTW.7970 stock PCB overclocked better than any other modification done later on. Especially the ones that crippled double bios or voltage control. Bastards-
I agree,I always buy reference personally
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With AMD, you get "pure" and fully unlocked graphics card if you buy reference boards early, so it's good to get one and watercool it down the road.
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With AMD, you get "pure" and fully unlocked graphics card if you buy reference boards early, so it's good to get one and watercool it down the road.

Can someone explain this? I've never heard of this and googling doesn't help all that much.
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Can someone explain this? I've never heard of this and googling doesn't help all that much.

I think he means the voltage is fully unlocked out of the box without the need of downloading third party BIOSes like the recent Nvidia cards.
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problem is, when those future games come out there will be a 20nm cards that are cheaper and faster than your 2000 dollar solution.

thats how it goes.

Yea. Same stuff with 8800 Ultra back in the day. It's like getting a Bugatti when you can get the Corvette Viper or Corvette that can go almost the same speed for MUCH cheaper. The price/perf was never linear after the $500 mark. Alas, i got it because i want it, so what?
     
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Yea. Same stuff with 8800 Ultra back in the day. It's like getting a Bugatti when you can get the Corvette Viper or Corvette that can go almost the same speed for MUCH cheaper. The price/perf was never linear after the $500 mark. Alas, i got it because i want it, so what?
Please. Do not want car examples.
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