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Okay I made a lot of updates.

I am still working on the scoring (along with the user submission tracker spreadsheet)

IF I did not add your submission, its because I couldn't see enough information, screenshot proof didn't show enough (I mean a lot of info was missing), made me work too hard to find info, etc. It is nothing personal, but at the same time, submit the info just like you see it in the spreadsheets, line by line. IF you don't post a screenshot of proof of settings, or with the settings of the benchmark, how do I know what I am seeing?

If you do a video run, include a screenshot because A, I don't really want to go through a whole video, and B.) I can't see it at work (nor again, do I really want to.)
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post #1622 of 1679
Not sure if I need to ask this question in this thread but I am planning to buy a non-reference (or reference pcb + custom cooler) GTX 780 Ti or Radeon R9 290X.

Current rig:

Corsair Obsidian 750D
Intel i7-3930K @ 4,5GHz
Asus Rampage IV Extreme
64GB G.Skill 1333Mhz

SLI:

1x EVGA Geforce GTX670 FTW
1x MSI Geforce GTX670 Reference Factory OC

Monitor:

Apple Cinema Display 27" (1440p) with mini-DP to DP Adapter

I have had many problems with the SLI configuration and play a lot of games that don't support SLI (CoH2, Rome 2 etc).
I just want a very fast future ready single graphics card that run games fine at 1440p without any microstuttering and the heat in SLI is 10 degrees hotter.

My budget is €400-€700.

I was thinking about:

Sapphire Radeon R9 290X Tri-X (about €520)
Asus DirectCU II Radeon R9 290X (not yet available in the netherlands yet i think it will be about €560)

Inno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti iChill HerculeZ X3 Ultra (about €670) ( I like this one )
EVGA Geforce GTX 780 SC ACX (about €670)
EVGA Geforce GTX 780 ACX Classified (about €720)

I will be doing some overclocking, but not to the extremes. (No extra volt modding or custom bioses)

I am really undecided if the 4gb vram is needed, because if I understand the GTX780Ti is per clock faster if both cards are overclocked). Though the price of a 290X is about €130-€160 cheaper.

What would be the smart choice? smile.gif
post #1623 of 1679
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Originally Posted by Menno View Post

Not sure if I need to ask this question in this thread but I am planning to buy a non-reference (or reference pcb + custom cooler) GTX 780 Ti or Radeon R9 290X.

Current rig:

Corsair Obsidian 750D
Intel i7-3930K @ 4,5GHz
Asus Rampage IV Extreme
64GB G.Skill 1333Mhz

SLI:

1x EVGA Geforce GTX670 FTW
1x MSI Geforce GTX670 Reference Factory OC

Monitor:

Apple Cinema Display 27" (1440p) with mini-DP to DP Adapter

I have had many problems with the SLI configuration and play a lot of games that don't support SLI (CoH2, Rome 2 etc).
I just want a very fast future ready single graphics card that run games fine at 1440p without any microstuttering and the heat in SLI is 10 degrees hotter.

My budget is €400-€700.

I was thinking about:

Sapphire Radeon R9 290X Tri-X (about €520)
Asus DirectCU II Radeon R9 290X (not yet available in the netherlands yet i think it will be about €560)

Inno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti iChill HerculeZ X3 Ultra (about €670) ( I like this one )
EVGA Geforce GTX 780 SC ACX (about €670)
EVGA Geforce GTX 780 ACX Classified (about €720)

I will be doing some overclocking, but not to the extremes. (No extra volt modding or custom bioses)

I am really undecided if the 4gb vram is needed, because if I understand the GTX780Ti is per clock faster if both cards are overclocked). Though the price of a 290X is about €130-€160 cheaper.

What would be the smart choice? smile.gif
If you aren't OCing much then the 780Ti bonus goes away, being that you would prob hit the same core speed. The only real difference would be the Vram, and to a lesser extent the Trueaudio on the 290. Honestly here it will come down to price at the time of purchase. Whichever one is cheaper at that point, get it. Either will do you fine for years.
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I will be doing some overclocking, but not to the extremes. (No extra volt modding or custom bioses)

Sounds to me like you want an aftermarket r9 290
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780 Ti is overall a bit faster when compared to a wide range of games.

Whether it's worth the extra money is a personal decision. It was to me.

For the record, when it was the 7970 vs 680, I picked the 7970. So while I prefer Nvidia, I prefer having the better card more.
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Originally Posted by Menno View Post

Not sure if I need to ask this question in this thread but I am planning to buy a non-reference (or reference pcb + custom cooler) GTX 780 Ti or Radeon R9 290X.

Current rig:

Corsair Obsidian 750D
Intel i7-3930K @ 4,5GHz
Asus Rampage IV Extreme
64GB G.Skill 1333Mhz

SLI:

1x EVGA Geforce GTX670 FTW
1x MSI Geforce GTX670 Reference Factory OC

Monitor:

Apple Cinema Display 27" (1440p) with mini-DP to DP Adapter

I have had many problems with the SLI configuration and play a lot of games that don't support SLI (CoH2, Rome 2 etc).
I just want a very fast future ready single graphics card that run games fine at 1440p without any microstuttering and the heat in SLI is 10 degrees hotter.

My budget is €400-€700.

I was thinking about:

Sapphire Radeon R9 290X Tri-X (about €520)
Asus DirectCU II Radeon R9 290X (not yet available in the netherlands yet i think it will be about €560)

Inno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti iChill HerculeZ X3 Ultra (about €670) ( I like this one )
EVGA Geforce GTX 780 SC ACX (about €670)
EVGA Geforce GTX 780 ACX Classified (about €720)

I will be doing some overclocking, but not to the extremes. (No extra volt modding or custom bioses)

I am really undecided if the 4gb vram is needed, because if I understand the GTX780Ti is per clock faster if both cards are overclocked). Though the price of a 290X is about €130-€160 cheaper.

What would be the smart choice? smile.gif

hmmm. microstutter in sli? if your 670s are 2GBs, then you might be hitting the vram limit at that rez.
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hmmm. microstutter in sli? if your 670s are 2GBs, then you might be hitting the vram limit at that rez.

Maybe no microstutter, could be the vram. It acts weird sometimes for sure :-). I think I am going for the Sapphire Radeon 290X Tri-X. It has been a long time ago that I had the red team. (4870). Still a huge price difference and if performance doesn't cut it anymore I can always add a second 290x.
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Video of run
http://youtu.be/aVQ4opCApYQ

290 @ 1250 Core / 1500 Mem
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All settings max Phsyx off
1080P
62.22







Heres a run at 1200 core 1500 mem 60.23


Why I cant see your numbers ?

One with official bios



and another with PT1 bios.

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Why I cant see your numbers ?

One with official bios

[IM/G]http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1839607/[/IMG]

and another with PT1 bios.

[IMG/]http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1839608/[/IMG]

What numbers do you speak of? Everything is on the video also.
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