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Exactly what I'm thinking, barely faster.

What is the cost of a 670 again?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=gtx+670&N=-1&isNodeId=1
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R9 280X performs on par with GTX 770 while is $100 cheaper. Due to power envelope they didn't clock it higher than 7970 GE but I bet at max OC this card will compete with or beat the GTX 770. It also spanks GTX 760 for only $50 more.
Yup, which is why i plan to return my GTX 760 back to BB once i order an R9-280X this friday, lol.
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Exactly what I'm thinking, barely faster.

This generation is like that. GTX770 is also barely faster then GTX670. At least this one is cheaper then GTX670 are has a bigger horizon because of 3GB vRAM. Those 2GB Nvidia GPU will end up same place very soon like the GTX470/570 with 1.25GB.
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Want to see the 290X benchies, if I'm not to impressed and the price is to high, I guess I'm getting another 7950
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This generation is like that. GTX770 is also barely faster then GTX670. At least this one is cheaper then GTX670 are has a bigger horizon because of 3GB vRAM. Those 2GB Nvidia GPU will end up same place very soon like the GTX470/570 with 1.25GB.

Would still be using my GTX470 SLI if it wasn't for the 1.25gb of v-ram.

Nvidia's selections below the GTX780 tend to fall short when you consider overclocking as well. When compared to the AMD equivalent.
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This generation is like that. GTX770 is also barely faster then GTX670 GTX680. At least this one is cheaper then GTX670 are has a bigger horizon because of 3GB vRAM. Those 2GB Nvidia GPU will end up same place very soon like the GTX470/570 with 1.25GB.

FTFY thumb.gif

I personally think the New AMD Rxxx Line up is a waste apart from 290 and 290X.... There was really no point in releasing those GPU's...

Nvidia released the 770 and reduced the price by 100$, and it's faster than a 680. 280x is the same price as 7970, and IS THE SAME CARD.... I mean, 7970 was doing fine, what's the point?

If i wanted to buy a GPU from 280x or 7970, i'll much rather buy a 7970 because most people have much more knowledge about it and can give valuable tips biggrin.gif
Edited by Yungbenny911 - 10/8/13 at 10:11pm
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The cost of a 670 is $269.99 without rebate $300. Most of them are in the $300-330 price range. Same price point as a 280x. Except, the 670 is faster than the 280x in some games and is two generations older. So not exactly seeing your logic in that comment?
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This generation is like that. GTX770 is also barely faster then GTX670. At least this one is cheaper then GTX670 are has a bigger horizon because of 3GB vRAM. Those 2GB Nvidia GPU will end up same place very soon like the GTX470/570 with 1.25GB.

Well considering a 680 is slightly faster than a 670, and a 770 slightly faster than a 680. We can assume that the percentage of a 770 being faster than a 670 while not extraordinary is still a decent percentage (let's say about 20%). So while claiming it's cheaper than a 670, it really isn't that much cheaper at all. Although they are only 2GB cards, at the moment even with the BF4 Beta I found absolutely no issues running that game at max settings with as little as 2x MSAA or no AA without losing visual quality or taking a hit on framerates. Even Crysis 3 and Far Cry 3 did not mind my 2GB memory. As a matter a fact neither did Metro Last Light or any of its DLC. Point being, what makes you think this years games are going to be any different? All three of those engines were the best engines. If we want to talk about Unreal Engine, well my 670 had a ball with BioShock Infinite as well. So whatever is coming to the PC on those engines isn't going to prove to be too difficult for 2GB cards as of now. If you are in for a new GPU is it something to think about? Maybe, but even used 4GB 670's are selling for $320-350 off of Amazon.com. Even though we both know that having 4GB of memory on a 256-bit bus interface is pretty useless until you get into a three card SLI configuration or are planning on playing highly modded games. However, stock games, still to this day 2GB proves to not be a problem - and with most of games engines that are being used are basically the same - we can assume in the near future the same will hold true. smile.gif
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hardocp's data and their conclusion are two very different things. thumb.gif you see a GTX 760(1280 mhz) lose to a HD 7950(1150 mhz) by 7% in farcry 3 ultra 4x msaa and crysis 3 high settings SMAA 4X and get destroyed by 25% in tombraider. even in metro LL which is a NVIDIA TWIMTBP title the GTX 760 can't win. throw in more games like hitman, sleeping dogs, max payne 3 , COH 2 and you will know that the GTX 760 is not a HD 7950 competitor. which ever way you try to spin it when overclocked HD 7950 and GTX 670 are competitors just as HD 7970 and GTX 680 / GTX 770 at 1150 mhz on tahiti chips and 1250 mhz for kepler chips which are average for those chips. if you don't believe run a poll thread asking ocn and you will know thumb.gif

no, YOUR conclusion and [H]'s are different; they sat down and viewed the difference on a screen and made a reasonable judgement call. you on the other hand is strictly considering a 2 fps min, 5-7 fps max and ~3.5 fps avg difference as a win/loss. yeah right, tell me you or anyone is going to sit down and pick which game is 43/51 fps while the other 46/54 fps.
so when [H] on both resolutions state:
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But the differences are so small that in-game it feels the same.
Yet, the performance is still so close that in-game we can't tell a difference.
its a very reasonable judgement call that the data supports.
same thing with metro and crysis. the only perceivable difference is a GE game that actually does runs better on amd than nvidia. mention or throw in as many games as you want, until they get tested - its completely irrelevant - just like starting a poll on ocn where ~0% have OC'd the two cards themselves. (yeah really scientific there huh?) rolleyes.gif
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no, YOUR conclusion and [H]'s are different; they sat down and viewed the difference on a screen and made a reasonable judgement call. you on the other hand is strictly considering a 2 fps min, 5-7 fps max and ~3.5 fps avg difference as a win/loss. yeah right, tell me you or anyone is going to sit down and pick which game is 43/51 fps while the other 46/54 fps.
so when [H] on both resolutions state:
its a very reasonable judgement call that the data supports.
same thing with metro and crysis. the only perceivable difference is a GE game that actually does runs better on amd than nvidia. mention or throw in as many games as you want, until they get tested - its completely irrelevant - just like starting a poll on ocn where ~0% have OC'd the two cards themselves. (yeah really scientific there huh?) rolleyes.gif

LOL on OCN, when comparing AMD and Nvidia, seems like 1fps is a MAJOR win for whichever team hahaha...

just like 660 non ti vs 7870. Fps on a 660 can be 41 and Fps on the 7970 can be 43 = SUPER WIN, 7870 MUCH GREATER THAN 660 non ti lachen.gif
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