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    Default Re: Post Your Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark Results

    Oops, mines on a slightly lower resolution. That would make a big difference...

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    Default Re: Post Your Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark Results

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    One thing to keep in mind Tony is that my 7870 isn't a normal one. It's the 7870 LE, built on the Tahiti platform. It's basically a clocked down 7950 and has been whooping the 660Ti in games and benchmarks. the card only costs $239 USD. I think it's about the best bang for your buck on the market right now.
    I just picked up the Club3d 7950 for $229 and hot damn! Overclocked, it's beating the stock 680 in benchmarks and games. Ridiculously good value. I was worried because it's a European made card that isn't really distributed in North America. There aren't many reviews of it, but there's a couple raving about it's overclock. And I got the last one on the last day of the sale. Aww yeah!
    Last edited by Alex; 29-09-2013 at 15:51. Reason: Added quote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    Woah, are you overclocking at all? You could probably raise that core clock quite a bit. I'm blown away with my 7950 that I just picked up for $229 CAN. It's definitely in the 680 range and was about half the price. This is overclocked of course, but I'm pretty proud of my lil Club3D.
    Your 7950 is doing just fine as I see it. (two would be awesome as well)
    The i7-2600K is OC'd just a little for now. I will turn it all the way up (and then down just a tad) within a month or two.
    I have another GTX680 to put in there, but may use two GTX-570s instead, and put the two GTX680s into a Haswell build that I have planned for this week.

    I have two Diamond Radeon HD-7870s due to arrive on Tuesday. They're earmarked for my FX-8350 system already. (wanted to keep it AMD branded gear if I could)

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    Here is my latest

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    Default Re: Post Your Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark Results

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    I just picked up the Club3d 7950 for $229 and hot damn! Overclocked, it's beating the stock 680 in benchmarks and games. Ridiculously good value. I was worried because it's a European made card that isn't really distributed in North America. There aren't many reviews of it, but there's a couple raving about it's overclock. And I got the last one on the last day of the sale. Aww yeah!
    Where are your screenshots proving a 7950 is beating a GTX680 ? I find this highly impossible. the 680 is the faster card in every benchmark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Where are your screenshots proving a 7950 is beating a GTX680 ? I find this highly impossible. the 680 is the faster card in every benchmark.
    yeah at BEST a phenomenally overclocked 7950 will match a STOCK 7970, which is ALMOST on par with the STOCK 680.

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    ive heard those Club 3D cards overclock very well. (the Royal King versions)
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    Some of the Club 3D cards I've seen are outrageous. The 7990 is pretty meaty.

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    Default Re: Post Your Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark Results

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Some of the Club 3D cards I've seen are outrageous. The 7990 is pretty meaty.
    ive heard nothing but good things about them. too bad they dont sell them in the US. you might be able to find some on Amazon though.
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    First time poster. Just got my system completed about a month ago, and wanted to know how it stacked up. I'm new to overclocking. I'm not scoring as high as many of you have, but decided to throw mine out there.



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    Hi , Merry xmas
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    Extreme setting, resolution set to 1920 x 1080 with fullscreen enabled. GPUs clocked at 1000/1425MHz.

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    Not bad there Sam.
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    Not bad at all Sam,...........I'll bet that your gameplay is as smooth as butter with it.
    How about the system with the Tahiti GPU's?
    Do you still have that one, or did you get rid of it?

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