Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question

MSI GTX 670 2GB PE vs Crossfire 7950's*** Edited

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
Share
February 4, 2013 12:40:06 AM

My friend has crossfire 7950's while I have a GTX 670 2GB PE. I can't seem to find any benchmarks for this, since the only benchmarks are for SLI so I was just wondering what is the difference in performance between the 2.
a b U Graphics card
February 4, 2013 12:51:20 AM

Well performance will be similar, with 7970 edging it @ higher resolutions.
m
0
l
February 4, 2013 2:02:48 AM

My 670 isn't sli, just to clarify. But let's say they're both at 1920x1080, what would the difference be approx.?
m
0
l
Related resources
a c 109 U Graphics card
February 4, 2013 2:08:18 AM

Two 7970 will have better fps, it's obvious, versus a single 670 gtx.
But at 1080p, the difference will be minimal specially if the monitor is 60hz.
m
0
l
February 4, 2013 2:09:56 AM

if the HD 7970 is crossfired, then it will eat a single 670 for lunch and beat out GTX 690.

Not alot of comparison on crossfired, but here are some SINGLE card performance. I think your friend is using the HD 7970 non ghz edition:










+5% ish for special edition cards

More here, I don't want to spam page

http://kotaku.com/5964022/the-best-graphics-cards-nvidi...
m
0
l
February 6, 2013 1:08:40 AM

redeemer said:
Well performance will be similar, with 7970 edging it @ higher resolutions.


jman3350 said:
My 670 isn't sli, just to clarify. But let's say they're both at 1920x1080, what would the difference be approx.?


djangoringo said:
Two 7970 will have better fps, it's obvious, versus a single 670 gtx.
But at 1080p, the difference will be minimal specially if the monitor is 60hz.


burntpizza said:
if the HD 7970 is crossfired, then it will eat a single 670 for lunch and beat out GTX 690.

Not alot of comparison on crossfired, but here are some SINGLE card performance. I think your friend is using the HD 7970 non ghz edition:

http://img.gawkerassets.com/post/9/2012/11/techspot2.png

http://img.gawkerassets.com/post/9/2012/11/techspot_5.png

http://static.techspot.com/articles-info/608/bench/1920_02.png

http://img.gawkerassets.com/post/9/2012/11/skyrim_02.png


+5% ish for special edition cards

More here, I don't want to spam page

http://kotaku.com/5964022/the-best-graphics-cards-nvidi...



Turns out that my friend actually has 7950's, not 7970's. I screwed up. But now that this is updated, can we fix it? :p 
m
0
l
February 6, 2013 1:11:01 AM

same thing even with 7950s, in terms of benchmark scores like 3DMark11 even 2 7850s will beat a single 680 by about 100 points or so. Basing off this two 7950 will absolutely destroy a single 670, especially when overclocked and factoring in 384-bit bus, 3GB memory, etc...
m
0
l
a c 109 U Graphics card
February 6, 2013 1:15:32 AM

If the resolution is 1080p like i said and at 60hz, the difference is minimal, a 670 gtx can maxout most of the games at that resolution.
But just for fps wise sake, two 7950 will get much more, but if you put another 670 gtx, it will be bested.
m
0
l
!