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Need help in choosing a graphics card.

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August 7, 2012 1:23:38 PM

Im from Egypt,the asus gtx670 direct cu II top & sapphire hd 7970 oc 3 gb ddr5 dual-x got the same price,which one of them is the best.

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August 7, 2012 2:26:15 PM

Depends on your display resolution-

For 1920x1080 resolution, the gtx 670 would own the hd7970.

For 2560x1600 resolution/ multi display gaming, the hd7970 oc would perform better.

many might argue the hd7970 dual x would beat the gtx 670 with high amount of overclocking, I do not believe thats the case. The Asus gtx 670 direct cu II Top has an automatic boost clock frequency of 1300mhz+ it even beats an overclocked gtx680. Even a highly overclocked hd7970 would struggle to match that power at 1920x1080. At higher resolution, however, it's a different story.
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August 7, 2012 3:16:50 PM

Yup, gotta agree with shamsmu here, the extra vram on the 7970 will definitely help you on higher resolutions so it really comes down to your monitor.
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August 7, 2012 4:42:10 PM

shamsmu said:
Depends on your display resolution-

For 1920x1080 resolution, the gtx 670 would own the hd7970.

For 2560x1600 resolution/ multi display gaming, the hd7970 oc would perform better.

many might argue the hd7970 dual x would beat the gtx 670 with high amount of overclocking, I do not believe thats the case. The Asus gtx 670 direct cu II Top has an automatic boost clock frequency of 1300mhz+ it even beats an overclocked gtx680. Even a highly overclocked hd7970 would struggle to match that power at 1920x1080. At higher resolution, however, it's a different story.



i got samsund led 23 inch monitor (1920x1080)
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August 7, 2012 4:50:37 PM

batman3009 said:
i got samsund led 23 inch monitor (1920x1080)


Then the gtx 670 is the way to go :) 
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August 7, 2012 7:49:21 PM

iamcacao said:
Then the gtx 670 is the way to go :) 


+1 if you don't plan on adding another monitor/ upgrading your monitor anytime soon, get the gtx670.
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