5760x1080 7970 ghz edition ?

guys what would be the best 7970 to buy atm i was thinking on the ghz edition its going to be for 5760x1080 and i want to oc the card a bit more to 1.2hz thanks .

GIGABYTE GV-R797TO-3GD Radeon HD 7970 GHz
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125439

VisionTek 900557 Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition 3GB
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814129265

XFX Double D FX797GTDFC Radeon HD 7970 GHz
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150632

SAPPHIRE Vapor-X 100351VXSR Radeon HD 7970
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202001
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  1. If you are going to overclock there is no reason to purchase a ghz edition because its the same as a regular 7970 except with a factory overclock. I would recommend the gigabyte out of those though because I gave a regular 7970 gigabyte and the fans keep it under 70c even when overclocked to 1200/1650.
  2. from the 4 i posted i really like only 2 of them the gigabyte and the sapphire i will probably go with the gigabyte unless some one post something better of the sapphire.
  3. thing is those cards are laud from what i hear @ gamerkila57
  4. BLah cant go back now just ordered the vapor x
  5. IMO, Sapphire's Vapor-X is the best one there, followed by the Gigabyte, then the XFX, then the VisionTek.

    Tweaktown just did a review of the Vapor-X and it looks pretty nice, hit 1200 MHz on the OC (as would be expected):
    http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4883/sapphire_radeon_hd_7970_ghz_edition_vapor_x_3gb_overclocked_video_card_review/index2.html
  6. Sapphire is the best out of the bunch a simple 1.23v tweak gets you 1200mhz easy. Dont worry man you made the right choice!
  7. xD thanks now comes the waiting, i have a few bucks left thinking on getting another ssd because atm i have a 128gb m4 cru and i only have 45 gb left
  8. budusca said:
    xD thanks now comes the waiting, i have a few bucks left thinking on getting another ssd because atm i have a 128gb m4 cru and i only have 45 gb left



    I got a 128 and around 47gb left, but i only have windows on it. I aint thinking about replacing it just yet, I actually want to install two more case fans than I am set :)
  9. its because i installed win 7 + crisis 2 + bf3 + combatarm and cos the vapor x comes with 3 more games i will also install i wont have much space left . and yea when i meant on getting another sdd its so i can run it at raid 0
  10. budusca said:
    its because i installed win 7 + crisis 2 + bf3 + combatarm and cos the vapor x comes with 3 more games i will also install i wont have much space left .



    Why not install all your games on a mechanical HDD, games dont benefit from an SSD. With that your extra cash grab a 1 TB WD Black HDD. I got two of those one for movies, the other for games apps etc.
  11. ^^ +1

    The only games I put on my SSD are BF3 and Skyrim. BF3 has absurd loading times and is helped by being on the SSD. Skyrim is always streaming texture data (it's heavily modded as well) and so that reduced hiccups/stutter. However, 99% of games don't benefit from being on the SSD, and even those wouldn't be a huge deal to move over to a decent HDD.
  12. i also have a tb hd that's where i put my music movies etc its a 1tb hd @7200 rpm not sure what kinda hd it is it just came with the pc by cyberpowerpc and um o,o when i'm playing games like bf3/combatarms i do load in the map faster then my hd i will just install games that i play on the ssd then bf3 and combatarms that's about it but thanks for the info xD i wont buy a ssd then .
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