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39fps - 6fps higher than the HD 7970 2GBs stock performance
but for the most part the HD 7970 2GB was still around 20 per cent faster than Nvidia's current single-GPU top dog, if only at ultra-high resolutions such as 2,560 x 1,600 with 4x AA.
Originally Posted by rogerrabbitsI agree with the only necessary for super high resolutions thing. With the fugly old console games we have to put up with these days, it's not worth it unless you insist on playing Skyrim at 9 million fps. :/
Originally Posted by capmoqHaha this card really came out of nowhere. AND IT'S AWESOME! If it was a bit cheaper tho..
Originally Posted by fingerbob69@Cei
You said: BT caters for the entire market
I said: A magazine that caters to those who concern themselves with bleeding edge tech, even if they can't all afford it
Think BT might prefer my idea of their target audience.
Seems peoples' main critic of this card is based on price. The gtx580 was how much on launch? £380 to £430!
And prices have not actually been confirmed yet.
And for what percentage gain over the 480 ....10% While the 7970 is giving 9-72% over the current competion ....580 and the 6970.
And I know I have read, with the launch of a new top end card, from either AMD or nVidia, the point always being made that if you have the previous top end card then the price/performance gain is always gonna be small.
Originally Posted by mhadinaReally? Guys at Hardwaresecrets have a different results ...
Originally Posted by Chicken76Is there a Folding@Home client that can run on this new architecture? If there is, it would be nice to see some results.
Originally Posted by slothy89Also need more tests! ........ Folding............
Originally Posted by true_gamerRoll out the GTX 680 4GB, as this is what I want for my extreme resolution...
Originally Posted by WaynioThis one sure is very nice though but a tad expensive for a single GPU I think, hope that isn't the new standard price for top end single GPU's, definitely a bit too much IMO, if that is the new standard price I guess dual GPU's will be a grand :'(.
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