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http://www.techspot.com/review/1128-rise-of-the-tomb-raider-benchmarks/

FX chips seem to be doing pretty good when code is more parallel.
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i5 2500k - best value intel chip ever
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This one was really interesting:



Goes with what a lot of people were saying that OCing in most games doesn't matter a whole lot and the IPC increase between generations is what makes the difference.
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this game is light on cpu, any low-mid end will be enough
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How come the 270x is getting better performance than the 380 upsidedwnsmiley.gif

EDIT: looks like the buffer size difference is important since the 4GB 380 is so much better, but still.
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Truly, the 780 and the 780ti is still providing a great performance after this long. Nvidia truly outdid themselves
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Truly, the 780 and the 780ti is still providing a great performance after this long. Nvidia truly outdid themselves

Don't know if provocative bait or Nvidia employee headscratch.gif


The 780 is on the same level as the 7970 roughly in these benchmarks.


Back when the GTX 780 was released it was 25-30% better than the 7970/280X on average. It came out much later than the 7970 and did cost much more.
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Truly, the 780 and the 780ti is still providing a great performance after this long. Nvidia truly outdid themselves
Only way they could argue 2X perf/watt over previous generation with a straight face is to actively cripple the previous gen's perf/watt. I'm guessing the support they claim to offer for kepler does not extend beyond bug fixes.
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Don't know if provocative bait or Nvidia employee headscratch.gif


The 780 is on the same level as the 7970 roughly in these benchmarks.


Back when the GTX 780 was released it was 25-30% better than the 7970/280X on average. It came out much later than the 7970 and did cost much more.

That depends on your point of view.
The 780 was priced at 650$ at launch, about 6 months before the 280x. It did perform better than the 280x in most games for about a year. After that they performed very similar with the 780 just a bit before it.
So you got a couple of years of more performance, for paying 650$ 6 months before the 280x came out at 300$.

So if you payed more back in 2013, that card is still giving you a decent value for running some of the current games pretty well.
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