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MSI 7970 out of stock, can't wait anymore...

ok newegg has been out of stock on this card for to long,
any recommendations on replacing it with something else?
trying to stick with the 600.00 price line.

oh and yes i have found the msi card on amazon but im not paying 700.00 for it when i
could have gotten it for 599.00 @ newegg.
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  1. Why the affinity for MSI's card? The Sapphire version is in stock now and rarely goes out of stock - why not just pick that up?

    If you want MSI you really should be waiting for their Twin Frozr card anyways :)
  2. BigMack70 said:
    Why the affinity for MSI's card? The Sapphire version is in stock now and rarely goes out of stock - why not just pick that up?

    If you want MSI you really should be waiting for their Twin Frozr card anyways :)


    any ideas on when the release is for that?
  3. If you're dead-set on the MSI 7970 I'd just wait for the TFIII version.

    TFIII is godly.
  4. Eastwood7 said:
    any ideas on when the release is for that?


    Sadly no, I haven't even seen a "MSI Twin Frozr 7970 announced" article anywhere, so I'm guessing it might be a while. Seems like companies are releasing custom 7950s before 7970s.
  5. What games do you play and are you gonna play them on high or ultra?
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    get little bit cheaper card with better performance.
    .
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102961

    its an sapphire its cheaper and performs over price.
  7. azeem40 said:
    What games do you play and are you gonna play them on high or ultra?


    BF3, Skyrim, WoW, Diablo 3, and high to ultra on all
  8. all games u like will run on that gpu with ultra settings with some aa in 1080p
  9. A 7950 will max those games out as well.
  10. SAGray said:
    If you're dead-set on the MSI 7970 I'd just wait for the TFIII version.

    TFIII is godly.


    When is that supposed to release?
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