Published on 12th November 2012 by
Originally Posted by HustlerNice card, but overpriced (as all Gfx cards are these days)...£250 should be what the 670's cost.
Originally Posted by Baz
A card that's 5-10% slower than a GTX 680 should be £150 cheaper?
Originally Posted by EltonQuote:Originally Posted by HustlerNice card, but overpriced (as all Gfx cards are these days)...£250 should be what the 670's cost.
In all fairness, they cost a fair deal less in the US just because of conversion rates.
That said, I doubt there will ever be the anomalous HD48xx era ever again..
Originally Posted by dolphie
p.s. I wish you still included Arma2 in the tables, and also a noise/volume chart somewhere, or something.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogSurely the noise/volume chart you request is pointless as it is down to too many variables... Such as chosen case, how many case fans, sound proofing used if any, location of case in room, ambient temp of room etc... I wouldn't want Bit-Tech to waste hours taking readings that in the end would not reveal any scientific provable results anyway.
Originally Posted by BlueFalconNice cooler on that 670 card.
Very disappointed that such obsolete drivers have been used, especially for AMD's cards. Looking at other reviews on the net, GTX670 has no chance at all to come anywhere near HD7970 Ghz with the latest drivers.
HardOCP (Cats 12.11)
Legion Hardware (Cats 12.11)
TechPowerUp (Cats 12.11)
This review is more or less irrelevant for measuring performance standing between NV and AMD cards at this point in time.
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