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February 21, 2013 6:25:14 AM

Now have money spare after buying few new computers and wondered what was better in everyway (Or just better in oun opinion) in power usage texture per frame and textiles and so on, so they are:

Radeon Sapphire HD 4670 1GB DDR3

Nvidia GeForce GT 630 (440 I think it's called aswell?) 1GB DDR3

Radeon Sapphire HD 7770 1GB DDR5

Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti

Radeon Sapphire HD 7850 2GB DDR5

Nvidia GeForce GTX 660/660 Ti 1GB DDR5

And finally the HD3000 Integrated 1GB GPU

I know strange line up, and strange to have an integrated graphics card on there but it's what my sister bought and have no idea wtf it is....And wanna know where it stands, I know it's integrated and stands no chance but eh!

All comments welcome! Regards - Primo

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February 21, 2013 7:51:38 AM

Where is the 7870XT? If it is there it is going to be that, straight away. Anyway it's not there, so I can say the 660 Ti.
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February 21, 2013 7:55:02 AM

7850 OC'd is like a 7870 and comes with 2 free games right now, WOOT! Can't lose.

If you sell the games, it's like $110/120 deal of the century. I'm talking the 1 gig OP model though. I just got it and it smokes the 6870 I had...even OCd to 650 core 1150 memory.

If you have the room in your case, just Xfire 2 7850's and you got a cheap MONSTER PC.
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a b U Graphics card
February 21, 2013 7:58:28 AM

7870XT.

screw the rules!!! Imma stickin' it up to Da' Man!
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a b U Graphics card
February 21, 2013 8:05:08 AM

General guidelines in non-physX

7970ghz > 680 > 7970 > 670 > 7950 > 7870XT > 660ti > 7870 > 660 > 7850 > 650ti > 7770 > 7750 >=650 > 7750 DDR3 > 640 >=6670 gddr5/3 > 6570 GDDR5 > 6670 DDR3 > 6570 DDR3

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February 21, 2013 8:20:37 AM

I'd rather a 7950 over a 7870XT, and if you're taking the 660Ti into consideration you can afford a 7950.
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February 22, 2013 1:56:46 AM

Best answer selected by Primo Flipper.
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February 24, 2013 2:18:14 AM

Sorry cannot afford any higher than a 660Ti and a 7850 for any of the same prices as the 7950 or any of those..... :(  Well at least not in my country.... :( 
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February 25, 2013 5:47:31 AM

Considering most of you have an old vid card you can sell. The 7850 is actually free with the 2 free games. Just food for thought. I sold my 6870 for $118, paid $170 for the 7850.


Then 2 games , 1 worth $44, the other $59...do the math. I made $51. In pure numbers, I made money by buying the 7850 right now. If you cant sell your previous card....then it's still the best overall deal. So instead of making money, you're spending around $80 for a brand new vid card that can virtually match the 7870 when overclocked. Apparently I've heard stories of people getting the 7850 to 1200 core. Mine is locked at 1050 max though. Even still.... when is the last time you saw a GPU overclock THAT much. I personally have never seen it and I've owned a good 10 graphics cards. Back in the day, you could barely OC at all, if you did...you might get artifacts immediately. My old Nvidia cards never liked to be OC'd. I did not try to OC my GTX 275 though. MY 8800GT did not like it. This card however at stock is 860. Mine came at 900....I'm at 1000. If in deed I can hit the max without voltage OCing, then great. I'm also at +10 power and 1300 memory.
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February 25, 2013 5:51:57 AM

alphaproject said:
Apparently I've heard stories of people getting the 7850 to 1200 core. Mine is locked at 1050 max though.. This card however at stock is 860. Mine came at 900....I'm at 1000. If in deed I can hit the max without voltage OCing, then great. I'm also at +10 power and 1300 memory.


You need to mod MSI afterburner to get higher OC's
Or use Sapphire Trxixx

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=327291

I've bumped up mt 7850 to 1.1ghz but no need for that right now @1080p so I'm keeping it at 1ghz, slightly above stock 975mhz
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