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Old Mar 11, 2014, 09:55 PM   #13
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The 680 is about 10% faster than the 670, the 670 is a tad faster than the 7950. The 770 is a bit faster than the 670, somewhere around the 680, but a good overclock on either card can push it over.


What do the 7950/r9 270/280 prices look like? They're all in similar performance areas (the r9 270s in the lower bracket, the 280s in the upper bracket), and if you can find a deal on one, it could be an obvious price/performance choice.
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