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Poll Results: According to the posted ingame/benchmark results and valid/logic facts.. who won?

 
  • 50% (64)
    AMD 6950 CF
  • 49% (62)
    GTX 570 SLI
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post #401 of 686
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Originally Posted by UrbanSmooth View Post
I'm not here to attack or defend. I just think it's a little silly arguing about mid-range cards when there's really top-end stuff coming out later this year. You know, like Kepler...
Just as pointless as having you here? Also mid-range cards. Lol'd irl.
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post #402 of 686
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
You know I've been thinking...

Maybe I should sell my two 470s and get two of those 480s, thats a really good deal. I was about to get another water block, in fact I started this post because I was going to go order it right now.

What do you guys think? Try to sell my two 470s and upgrade to 480s?

Maybe some 6950s, but they're about $250-$270 for the unlockable versions and I'd rather have a 480 for that price
NO! Wait for Kepler. Two 470s in SLI are plenty to power any game right now.
    
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post #403 of 686
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Originally Posted by Stefy View Post
Just as pointless as having you here? Also mid-range cards. Lol'd irl.
Anything not top-end or weak is mid-range.
    
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post #404 of 686
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Originally Posted by TheReciever View Post
wasn't it supposed to be 6970/570 duke outs? now we have 6950 unlocked against 570's, since were changing the rules as we go, lets make it 6950unlocked/480SC
No, the thread originally started as 6950's unlocked vs 570's.
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post #405 of 686
How about a just cause 2 benchmark, we'll just have to agree on settings. Anybody have a suggestion? All high? Or just as it downloads?

I can only do 1080p, as this is my monitor. SO.... any 6950's up for a go at Just Cause 2 benchmark? Please just let me know the settings so I can duplicate it.


Or if there's another game benchmark somebody want's to throw out there that's free to download, I can be flexible and work with it.
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post #406 of 686
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Originally Posted by TheReciever View Post
wasn't it supposed to be 6970/570 duke outs? now we have 6950 unlocked against 570's, since were changing the rules as we go, lets make it 6950unlocked/480SC

@BTF 480's are awesome, but if your looking to upgrade then maybe consider the 480 lightning?

Not sure if you prefer silent computing, its definitely nice to have, im sure everyone can agree to that lol
nah the rules were always unlocked 6950s vs gtx 570s...
people just got confused and the two camps came out and started to troll...

though to be honest, posting THIS thread in an Nvidia forum was probably less than on the up and up...
    
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post #407 of 686
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No, the thread originally started as 6950's unlocked vs 570's.
cmon man, im not speaking exclusively to this thread, im talking in the entirety and how they were marketed.
    
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post #408 of 686
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NO! Wait for Kepler. Two 470s in SLI are plenty to power any game right now.
I think you're probably right, I guess I'll just grab another block and suck it up.

Those 480s though are pretty temping for that price
    
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The Nvidia forum gets more traffic.
    
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post #410 of 686
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I think you're probably right, I guess I'll just grab another block and suck it up.

Those 480s though are pretty temping for that price
Save that cash for 680s later this year, bro.
    
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