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PCGH is not good site.
Agree fully, pclab is another one i can never replicate thier results on similar hw.
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look

75% R9 270X
81% GTX 770
81*100/75 = 108%

So good.

Meanwhile the 770's original competitor (280x) is now 19% faster.
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PCGameshardware benchmarks with various cards ( overclocked NVidia cards in this test, too) and a frame rate analysis:
http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Hitman-Spiel-6333/Specials/Benchmark-1186919/

Thanks for sharing. PCGH and Computerbase are the sites I trust the most.

Computerbase is probably my number#1 because their interactive graphs are amazing, but sadly they don't benchmark many games on release, but rather hardware when it comes out.

I wonder why noone else is doing interactive graphs. I love the direct comparison between 2 cards in percentage form smile.gif
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Thanks for sharing. PCGH and Computerbase are the sites I trust the most.

Computerbase is probably my number#1 because their interactive graphs are amazing, but sadly they don't benchmark many games on release, but rather hardware when it comes out.

I wonder why noone else is doing interactive graphs. I love the direct comparison between 2 cards in percentage form smile.gif

PCGH is worst site ever.
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PCGH are worst site ever.
mhm.
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Talk about a bias.
I have some benchmarks if you're interested in censoring Hwbot.biggrin.gif

There is a stark difference between being biased and simply wanting the truth.

The truth is we can see where the 290x catches the 780 Ti and the 7970 has almost completely closed the gap on the 780.

If something is true, we accept it as true and move on. When it's not true, it should be disproven.

The problem with you is you always have to see red win regardless of the facts support it as being true or not.
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There is a stark difference between being biased and simply wanting the truth.

The truth is we can see where the 290x catches the 780 Ti and the 7970 has almost completely closed the gap on the 780.

If something is true, we accept it as true and move on. When it's not true, it should be disproven.

The problem with you is you always have to see red win regardless of the facts support it as being true or not.

QFT
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There is a stark difference between being biased and simply wanting the truth.

The truth is we can see where the 290x catches the 780 Ti and the 7970 has almost completely closed the gap on the 780.

If something is true, we accept it as true and move on. When it's not true, it should be disproven.

The problem with you is you always have to see red win regardless of the facts support it as being true or not.

You mean 7970 is closing gap on GTX 780Ti and R9 290X is closing gap on GTX 980.
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You mean 7970 is closing gap on GTX 780Ti and R9 290X is closing gap on GTX 980.


Chill out dude. That means a 7970 is close to 290x performance.
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Chill out dude. That means a 7970 is close to 290x performance.

I am calm. But PCGH is really the worst site for comparing GPU performance... lately basically all sites are showing really bad review. Where is IQ comparison? etc.

Just please realize all NVIDIA new titles are running bad on kepler = pure truth.
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