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Old October 8, 2012, 10:12 PM
Ajiki-kun Ajiki-kun is offline
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Third question: what games do you play. =D

Because that would help justify AMD over nVidia, and vice versa. Some games just run better on one, period.

For high resolutions and multi-monitor, though, I say you can't really beat AMD this generation with their higher memory size and bandwidth, even if I personally like nVidia's driver situation MUCH better (I've owned both this past year).

If it's surround gaming you'll be doing later, however, one 7950/7970 may not be enough. 7950 Crossfire will be beastly. Otherwise, a single solid 7970 will serve you very well.

Don't worry about Ghz edition because you can clock it that high yourself. Don't worry about the Boost edition because that's supposed to be a BIOS update.
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