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the r7-265 is basically a hd 7850 with a bit of an overclock. i expect it to outperform the 750ti (which is a little slower then the stock 7850) so i wouldn't call that a direct competitor either.
True. But the Radeon 7850 max overclocks would desiccate a 750Ti max overclock. So if the 265 can overclock well, for bang for buck its the 265 all the way.
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True. But the Radeon 7850 max overclocks would desiccate a 750Ti max overclock. So if the 265 can overclock well, for bang for buck its the 265 all the way.

Oh, really? You think a 1400mhz or higher core + 6200mhz mem/more ("max overclock" which is typical for these cards) 750 ti will get "decimated" (I assume that's what you were trying to spell) by an R7 265? And bang for the buck, you're talking triple the power usage and higher cost on the R7 265. No thanks, and doubtful that it's "true" anyway.
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True. But the Radeon 7850 max overclocks would desiccate a 750Ti max overclock. So if the 265 can overclock well, for bang for buck its the 265 all the way.

I agree and I've had both. The 7850, if we're just strictly talking performance, is a solid tier above the 750 ti. It's worth 10+ fps. It's a solid 1,000 points stronger in 3d marks typically too.

With that said, the 750 ti is amazing for its power consumption and it's the best of its kind in that regard.
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I agree and I've had both. The 7850, if we're just strictly talking performance, is a solid tier above the 750 ti. It's worth 10+ fps. It's a solid 1,000 points stronger in 3d marks typically too.

With that said, the 750 ti is amazing for its power consumption and it's the best of its kind in that regard.

So, uh... where are you grabbing an R7 265 for $150-160 regularly right now? And can it actually beat an oc'd 750 ti when on air?

Because I don't think it's likely, but I don't know what a 7850 pulls offhand:



And it maxes at about 50c in games... (not my pic but it is an evga on air, by cowie... I haven't flashed mine yet)
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So, uh... where are you grabbing an R7 265 for $150-160 regularly right now? Who knows. And can it actually beat an oc'd 750 ti when on air? Yes, I've had both. Currently running a 7850 too.

Because I don't think it's likely, but I don't know what a 7850 pulls offhand: What would you like to see?



And it maxes at about 50c in games... (not my pic but it is an evga on air, by cowie... I haven't flashed mine yet)
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I'd like to see something backing up the claims of an R7 265 being 10fps faster on most games, than a 750 Ti such as the "FTW" or a stock one overclocked, because this article doesn't back that up at all: http://www.overclockers.com/evga-gtx-750ti-ftw-graphics-card-review in fact it comes within 10% of the R9 270 and in some tests beats the R9 270/270X even.
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So, uh... where are you grabbing an R7 265 for $150-160 regularly right now? And can it actually beat an oc'd 750 ti when on air?

Because I don't think it's likely, but I don't know what a 7850 pulls offhand:



And it maxes at about 50c in games... (not my pic but it is an evga on air, by cowie... I haven't flashed mine yet)

Run 3D Mark Vantage please. Yeah the Radeon 265 will kill the overclocked 750Ti performance wise. Not talking about power consumption at all. Here's what a 650ti 1Gb card can do when overclocked and a 265 would kill this too.
http://img.hwbot.org/u46344/image_id_1015365.jpeg
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Golden Tiger get your facts straight. This is what any 7850 can do without playing with voltages. http://img.hwbot.org/u27292/image_id_1026719.png
Now go ahead and compare your 750Ti score.
IRUSH has had a 7850 and I'm sure he will agree that 1175Mhz on the core for a 7850 is nothing grand and can go further with voltage.

Have a look at an overclocked 260X which is slower than the 265. Here compare your score with it. http://img.hwbot.org/u45468/image_id_1071895.jpeg
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Tesselation load modified error.

AMD card wasn't doing any tess. Can't compare those scores to Nvidia.
 
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GoldenTiger did you sold your precious GTX 780 Ti?
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