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    Arrow ATI 5970 or Nvidia 480

    Another question guys... What does ATI have that Nvidia does not? I mean, Nvidia has Tesselation, PhysX, one core that gives 5% better results in benchmarks etc. then ATI's dual core (5970). Another thing is that not all games supports the usage of two GPU's and then the Nvidia 480 would be over twice as good as the ATI 5970 solaly for the reason that it has one core with the power of over two 5870 GPU's.

    So for real, I am considering to shift from ATI to Nvidia as ATI really is beaten when looking at this list... Please come with thoughts about this, and I'd rather like it if you could explain some proper stuff to me, like what ATI has in comparisment:P
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    Nvidia doesn't have anything that will touch the 5970, the GTX480 can only compare to the 5870 at a much higher cost.

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    ATI has better value, lower prices, highest single card performance, lower power consumption, run cooler etc etc etc.

    That feature list is just marketing tbh. You can also wear 3d glasses while you play with Nvidia, and that seems silly to me.

    What games do you play where this choice wouldn't be trivial?

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    Most want the best. I think at this performance level, 5% in some categories really means nothing. A lot of guys complain about the 480s. I have not seen 1 complaint about a 5870 or 5970. The decision was easy for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Most want the best. I think at this performance level, 5% in some categories really means nothing. A lot of guys complain about the 480s. I have not seen 1 complaint about a 5870 or 5970. The decision was easy for me.
    You mean except for the "gray lines of death"? I know you could just underclock your graphics card, I have done so myself... I might want to try clocking it up now that I went from catalyst 10.3 to 10.5 as it really should be quite much more stabile. And hey! Maybe when gaining 75 million hertz of GPU clock and 100 million hertz of memory clock I won't get the low FPS problem with Just Cause 2!xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    You mean except for the "gray lines of death"? I know you could just underclock your graphics card, I have done so myself... I might want to try clocking it up now that I went from catalyst 10.3 to 10.5 as it really should be quite much more stabile. And hey! Maybe when gaining 75 million hertz of GPU clock and 100 million hertz of memory clock I won't get the low FPS problem with Just Cause 2!xD

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    I had no problems with 10.3, 10.4 or 10.5. I have no idea why one would want to underclock from stock settings. Nobody, you sure do tinker a lot you stinker! Hahahahah(J/K)

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    Well it ocured to me once with the 10.3 I believe, but now I did the overclock and everything stayed stabile. Does anyone know if the 5970 is as stabile? I know ATI was working harder on the 5870 as that was more sold then the 5970... I feel bad for the early 5970 buyers and their bad treatement!xD Anyways, yes I do think a lot as I have a lot to think about, but I will not think about what I usually think about at this moment as I am thinking about sleeping.

    I suppose I cannot harden my heart and go for Nvidia after all... I am married to ATI and I will not cheat on her:P Unless, ofcourse... someone convinces me!xD

    btw. I had no FPS problems after clocking up my graphics card. slightly when maxing everything, but a 5970 might just take care of that But I''l chat to you folx later, thanks again
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    Has anyone heard any approximated date for the "6970" or whatever? is it jan/feb 2011?
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    nope haven't heard a thing on a actual release date

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    6xxx won't be until next year as far as I can tell.

    I have the 5970 and GTX 480 here. It's not a question of 5% performance difference, the 5970 is more powerful than that. The issue is that the 480 runs hotter, louder, sucks more power.........for lower performance. It does do PhysX though.

    Honestly, the 5970 lays the smackdown on games and stays at good temperatures and I simply cannot hear it in a case. The GTX 480 on the other hand.......well.......fuhgettaboutit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    ATI has better value, lower prices, highest single card performance, lower power consumption, run cooler etc etc etc.

    That feature list is just marketing tbh. You can also wear 3d glasses while you play with Nvidia, and that seems silly to me.

    What games do you play where this choice wouldn't be trivial?
    you can use 3d glasses on the 5970 and 3d monitors that is what i was told
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    Nvidia has better drivers and their dual card will be here sooner than you think. I have dual HD5970s as well as dual GTX295s and I use the GTX295s more. If you really want to move to ATI I'll give you a very good deal on my two HD5970s.

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    From what i've observed in reviews I'd say the 5970 most of the major driver problems have been fixed and it performs cooler, quieter and has less power draw than the 480 with minimal performence loss.

    If nobody isn't interested in your 5970's Doctor I might be, I'm looking for an upgrade myself and am tossing up between a few options.
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    If your dilema is between 5970 and 480 i would definately suggest the 5970.Its faster,cooler,quiet and almost at the same prize.Since i bought the 5970 from when it arrived i can tell you that the small driver problems are long gone and i am so satisfied that i am considering buying a second to crossfire.If you dont mind about the above (heat,noise,power consuption) and you just want the baddest video card maybe wait for the dual fermi and see what it can offer and of course there is also the 5970 4gb but these all depends from your budget.

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    I'll be buying two of the dual Fermi cards as soon as they are released which is the only reason I am selling the HD5970s now, I want to make sure I have the cash on hand.

    As far as the 5970 4Gb I still believe dual 5970s in crossfire will beat this card hands down. All I know is $1100 for a single card is a lot of cash and I bitched when I paid $720 for the 5970 XFX Black Edition .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    All I know is $1100 for a single card is a lot of cash
    I can only assume that the dual fermi will be the most expensive card ever

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