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The bottleneck on my 5870's on high res is the amount of memory before anything else and that is a shame because they are still pretty strong.

I'd just like to echo this statement, both at the amazement I have at how well my lone 5870 *still* performs, as well as how I wish it had just a tad more vram. Damn fine card, and at $379, that's what I'd like to see more of. From both companies.
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All this talk of sli scaling and I'm just sitting here playing games with no sli support frown.gif
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Which is the sole reason the 680 was so expensive. Without the power and price point of the 7970 the 680 would have come into market under much different circumstances. Because the GK104 was on par with the high end AMD chip we saw a massive price jump once the GK110 hit market. If GK104 was worth one amount then GK110 would be worth more. And it led to the $1000 Titan which prior to the GK104 coming out would have been an unacceptable price point.

But hey, that's capitalism.

I just hope that this doesn't happen again with the 800/900 cards.
I have absolutely no doubt it will. Call me a pessimist(realist) but both companies now see how much we are willing to throw down to get the top performance at that time. It will happen. I'm just along for the ride. bike.gif
    
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Nvidia's latest presentation at GDC showed the main feature of Maxwell to be DX12. DX12 will launch around 2015 holiday season, and the 20nm fabrication is being delayed until 2015. We may not see any new graphics cards until the 290X and 780 Ti are both 2 years old.
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You do know that you're quoting a review where 780Tis throttled to base speeds and ran at ~150W each?

That's not due to scaling, that's due to reference coolers vs. non reference coolers.
So you're saying the rest of the system used about ~225W for gaming?
I doubt that 3770K clocked to 4.8 would do that but of course it is possible.

The overclock on the XFX is very little and it is actually the reference R9 290(x) that would throttle. Nvidia cards don't throttle according to most right? Kyle is no fool.
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http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/11/01/amd_radeon_r9_290x_crossfire_video_card_review/10
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All this talk of sli scaling and I'm just sitting here playing games with no sli support frown.gif
in that case 780 Ti is the best you can get so you're good right?
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So you're saying the rest of the system used about ~225W for gaming?
I doubt that 3770K clocked to 4.8 would do that but of course it is possible.

The overclock on the XFX is very little and it is actually the reference R9 290(x) that would throttle. Nvidia cards don't throttle according to most right? Kyle is no fool.
reference:
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/11/01/amd_radeon_r9_290x_crossfire_video_card_review/10

The power consumption is at the wall, you have to take into account PSU efficiency. You still have each 780Ti there drawing 100W less than each 290X, not normal at all. Which is the entire point.

And yes, GK110 does actually throttle if you put two of them on stock fan profiles in the same system.

base speeds in that review, has been proven to be crap for OCN users since we don't need to run throttling cards.
 
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Haven't you forgotten? Bios flashing is against the law and will instantly kill your cards.
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Haven't you forgotten? Bios flashing is against the law and will instantly kill your cards.

Also overclocking isn't allowed on anything released after the HD7000 series.

And über mode is fine for comparisons but no one can use custom fan profiles on Nvidia cards.

And lastly enthusiast results from OCN don't count.

Yes I remember.
 
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post #79 of 193
The 7970 beats nvidia when overclocking vs the 680 and that's all that counts.


The 780ti beats the 290x when overclocking.....OVERCLOCKING DOESNT COUNT AT ALL WE ONLY CARE ABOUT STOCK!

Say Wat.
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I think the most correct is clock to clock 7970 wins 680 and 780ti wins max clocks vs max clocks 290x
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