Should I sell my week old 7950 just for this game?

#11Glockass1(Topic Creator)Posted 9/15/2012 11:00:55 AM
Grischnak posted...
Glockass1 posted...
DuDuDu10101 posted...
^ you quoted the wrong post...

and i said historically, but even current day many people experience issues here and there with amd cards, but they do roll out updates very fast so it fixes before it becomes too widespread


Haha I'm pretty lucky with all the issues that other people have. Never had them myself. Still the 7950 destroys every game out there.


I doubt it destroys Witcher 2 with ubersampling on. No single GPU can "destroy" that....


I was going to mention that in case someone was mad about it. Ubersampling is an exception for the reason you mentioned.
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#12Gojak_v3Posted 9/15/2012 11:01:51 AM
Glockass1 posted...
Edge4o7_ posted...
Is the nvidia equivalent to the 7950 better or worse, performance wise? What is the price difference? Do you personally think the physx is worth those trade offs?


The GTX660 Ti costs 365 euros here. Around 400 dollars. The 7950 is better performance wise in all games I have except BF3(that game loves nvidia).


Honestly I have the 660 TI and I love it, but $400 is way to much to pay for a mid range card.
#13Glockass1(Topic Creator)Posted 9/15/2012 11:09:01 AM
Gojak_v3 posted...
Glockass1 posted...
Edge4o7_ posted...
Is the nvidia equivalent to the 7950 better or worse, performance wise? What is the price difference? Do you personally think the physx is worth those trade offs?


The GTX660 Ti costs 365 euros here. Around 400 dollars. The 7950 is better performance wise in all games I have except BF3(that game loves nvidia).


Honestly I have the 660 TI and I love it, but $400 is way to much to pay for a mid range card.


Especially when the 7950 is much cheaper. Maybe I'll go nvidia again when the new series comes out. No point now me thinks.
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