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Windows 7: Decisions Gtx 680 or Amd 7970?

29 Dec 2012   #11
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Well the Evga one I have is still quite expensive around 240, I play BF3 on it occasionally, pretty much all settings on maximum and it runs very smooth, iirc its usually bouncing around 60 as I have V-sync on, and I think during heavy bits it drops to around 48-51fps, it's been a while since I tested it for fps. But it runs all the games I have very well and it runs pretty cool too, rarely gets above 50C in gaming.

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