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I will be a 1080p gamer for a looooooong time.
Fixed.
After going to 1440p, I feel bad for 1080p gamers. They are missing so much..
1080p feels like gaming on a console now.
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Actually no, 7870 has 1280 Shader Units and 7870 XT has 1536. Your fix contains a major bug.

I was talking about performance, not shader count -.-
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post #23 of 25
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After going to 1440p, I feel bad for 1080p gamers. They are missing so much..
1080p feels like gaming on a console now.

After going to 120hz lightboost 1080p I feel bad for 1440p gamers. They are missing so many frames I can easily get the jump on them, 1440p feels like a blurry mess.
Edited by Terse - 10/9/13 at 10:49am
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After going to 120hz lightbost 1080p I feel bad for 1440p gamers. They are missing so many frames I can easily get the jump on them, 1440p feels like a blurry mess.

Ahahah.. +Rep Funny but 1080P or 1440P has its place so no hateing.

But yes, Price drops on the 7 series would be nice. I wouldn't mind getting a 2nd Titan for $800.
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