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AMD Tahiti once again demonstrating its awesome scaling with resolution higher than 1080p. The fact that it stays so close to GTX 780 performance in 4K, for literally less than HALF the price ($300 vs $650) speaks to the fact that Tahiti was a good investment for those who bought it
post #22 of 109
4K is great but the truth is I have found I like gaming better on ultra-wides. (2560x1080)
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post #23 of 109
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Originally Posted by iamhollywood5 View Post

AMD Tahiti once again demonstrating its awesome scaling with resolution higher than 1080p. The fact that it stays so close to GTX 780 performance in 4K, for literally less than HALF the price ($300 vs $650) speaks to the fact that Tahiti was a good investment for those who bought it

Including yourself... wink.gif

Point taken. The 7970 was and is still a great GPU with a lot of power and life left. I personally was never a fan of it's power draw/performance ratio or multicard performance, but I'm happy to see it still hanging with the big boys of the industry.
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meh i won't abandon 1080p until there is a 120Hz/144Hz 1440P display..
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meh i won't abandon 1080p until there is a 120Hz/144Hz 1440P display..

The Korean 1440P have some models that will do 120hz when you OC them
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The Korean 1440P have some models that will do 120hz when you OC them
Yeah, but they aren't all guaranteed to get 120Hz and they have much higher response times than TN panels. The colors are a lot better but when you play FPS games competitively you don't give a damn about colors haha
post #27 of 109
another review

skyrim even in that reso still needs cpu power..
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Can't wait till these 4k monitors be affordable!
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7970s are still very capable cards. You can find them for $280 after rebate nowadays, great value.
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Is it just me or does the memory usage on that tomb raider bench mark look way too low?
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