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    Default Radeon HD 7970(not GHZ version) vs GTX 670 vs GTX 760

    so guys the title says all.......plz tell me which is better between these three??????

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    Whether you want AMD or nVidia depends on the type of games you play. Let's leave GTX 670 out of the equation as it is a two years old card. 7970 is better than 760 overall. However, considering the price-performance ratio, 760 would be the best bang for your bucks.
    Last edited by Franklin; March 8th, 2014 at 12:15.

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    ^ there is no change between 600 kepler and 700 kepler LOL if anyone saying 600 should be avoided bcoz its 2years old than same thing can be said for 700

    7970 better than 760 without the slightest doubt.

    and 670 should be better than non ghz 7970.

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    another thing..............TXAA is available only for nvidia cards right????is it better than SMAA,MSAA???how about performance hit?????does it affect fps as much as MSAA?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    ^ there is no change between 600 kepler and 700 kepler LOL if anyone saying 600 should be avoided bcoz its 2years old than same thing can be said for 700

    7970 better than 760 without the slightest doubt.

    and 670 should be better than non ghz 7970.
    Please do provide some benchmarks of the recent titles.

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    You sure you didn't mean 7950 instead? The 7970 is obviously better than both the 760 and 670.

    Two years old is not even a problem, the 7970 is two years old too. If you have the budget for a 7970, then go for it. If not, then go for whichever is cheaper between 760 and 670. 670 is the better performer between those two but not by a big margin.

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    nope......didn't mean 7950 because i saw some benchmarks of crysis 3 and tombraider where gtx 670 actually performed better than 7970...........but the problem is the benchmarks are not that recent.........with driver updates mayb now 7970 performs better............that's what i needed to be confirmed........

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspianprince View Post
    nope......didn't mean 7950 because i saw some benchmarks of crysis 3 and tombraider where gtx 670 actually performed better than 7970...........but the problem is the benchmarks are not that recent.........with driver updates mayb now 7970 performs better............that's what i needed to be confirmed........
    Yea there was a significant driver update from AMD which pretty much moved up their higher end GPUs by one level relative to their nvidia counterpart. If it's in your budget, there should be no question about which you should be getting.

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    670 to 7970 non ghz theke better without any doubt... just like 7970 better than 760 or modified 660ti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    670 to 7970 non ghz theke better without any doubt... just like 7970 better than 760 or modified 660ti
    No its not :/

    http://www.anandtech.com/print/7103/...gtx-760-review

    670 was never meant to compete against 7970, that was the 680.

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    is there any advantage of gtx 760 twinfrozer version over normal OCed version other than cooling system???????will i be missing anything if i go for the normal version??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspianprince View Post
    is there any advantage of gtx 760 twinfrozer version over normal OCed version other than cooling system???????will i be missing anything if i go for the normal version??????
    go for the normal version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspianprince View Post
    is there any advantage of gtx 760 twinfrozer version over normal OCed version other than cooling system???????will i be missing anything if i go for the normal version??????
    The cooler especially. Other than that, it's good to go.

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    normal versions cooler isn't bad right???????

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspianprince View Post
    normal versions cooler isn't bad right???????
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKQhyMMCr2o

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    thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    670 to 7970 non ghz theke better without any doubt... just like 7970 better than 760 or modified 660ti
    , believe me brother 670 aint better than a 7970. ( This is coming from a 670 user). An OC 670 may catch up to a non-ref 7970 but only marginally.


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    Quote Originally Posted by caspianprince View Post
    normal versions cooler isn't bad right???????
    Not bad but not too good either. Its a blower type cooler so temps would 10-15c higher than the TF coolers.

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