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Battle of the Kings: AMD Radeon HD 7990 vs. Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 and GeForce GTX TITAN Performance Review

Started by: tbaracu | Date 07/06/13 01:53:54 PM
Comments: 40 | Last Comment:  01/20/15 09:30:17 PM

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0 5 [Posted by: tbaracu  | Date: 07/06/13 01:53:54 PM]

Apparently you guys never heard of the runt frame, stuttering, latency spike issues that plague crossfire. Those fps numbers for the 7990 are really useless.

5 2 [Posted by: beck2448  | Date: 07/06/13 07:03:18 PM]
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How much did Nvidia pay you for your comment. Please post link to 320.18 drivers killing cards instead
5 4 [Posted by: redeemer  | Date: 07/07/13 10:24:32 AM]
That's only temporary driver problem, which should be fixed on July.
1 3 [Posted by: tks  | Date: 07/08/13 10:36:38 AM]
Anandtech have tested the AMD's new drivers release fixing part of the problem (stage 1 as they say) Enjoy:
0 1 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 08/06/13 05:36:09 AM]

ALL nvidia fanboys shut ur mouth and take this-

1.nvidia kepler supports directx 11 on hardware level,kepler does not support DX11.1 on hardware do u know that....kepler supports some features of DX11.1 by softwares..while GCN supports full DX11.1 on hardware level if have any doubt talk to nvidia ceo jen-huang.

2.both AMD and nvidia facing micro stuttering but this month AMD is going to fix that problem by new driver
7 6 [Posted by: mudi1  | Date: 07/07/13 07:11:42 PM]
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ya that's true
2 1 [Posted by: evolution  | Date: 07/08/13 03:15:47 AM]
i got many dislikes on true thing prooves that nvidia fanboys are coward they can't accept the truth .
ha ha ha nvidia have world's most cowered fanboyz.
2 4 [Posted by: mudi1  | Date: 07/08/13 03:22:11 AM]
both AMD and nvidia facing micro stuttering but this month AMD is going to fix that problem by new driver

Thats the truth, and none is better. so always stick with single GPU for gaming. SLI and Crossfire are all unnecessary complications which should be avoided if possible.....
2 2 [Posted by: tks  | Date: 07/08/13 10:34:13 AM]
Crossfire sucks, AT THE MOMENT. Will be fixed is not acceptable as an inducement to buy, and it has been broken for a LOOOONG time. When it finally works, many reviewers will test it and be happy to say so. At the moment Titan wipes the floor with Crossfire as far as actual gaming experience, no phony numbers needed. Here's a review with the NEW beta driver.
1 2 [Posted by: beck2448  | Date: 07/09/13 02:08:02 AM]
Nvidia lacks FULL DirectX 11.1 support more over every future cross platform games would be designed for AMD Radeon thanks to AMDs white wash win on all console hardware. So from now on buying a new nVidia GPU is really a BIG blunder. A $1000 Titan cant make this all right.
1 3 [Posted by: tks  | Date: 07/09/13 10:41:32 AM]
AMD fanbois are always whining about what WILL happen, yet the market place for years has been moving away from them. Low margin chips in consoles won't be enough to bail them out. They've lost significant discrete share, and their CPUs have been crushed by Intel everywhere, and then their fans are telling people to buy a product that actually doesn't work properly YET. How about screaming at AMD to FIX Crossfire. That makes a lot more sense. Looks like its all over. Guess they couldn't get it to work, after all Advanced Micro Devices intends to discontinue dual-chip Radeon HD 7990 graphics card later this quarter
1 2 [Posted by: beck2448  | Date: 07/09/13 11:16:13 PM]

heh, no way that AMD getting an award here. the Radeons cards or any AMD cards lacks in quality, which they don't speaks here. In so Many games, Nvidia doesnt have any frame bugs or freezing spots for a second, which AMD have in many games. and + they don't cost 1000$ each. The AMD's are less expensive then the Nvidia. I prefer to go with Nvidia that always offer a solid, high quality frames for 200$++ and more. So you kindda have to be rich for the big quality. the world hasnt changed yet.
0 0 [Posted by: fuuouck youh  | Date: 08/14/13 02:02:35 PM]
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Read the first comment and the article in the link posted by one of Xbitlabs greatest fan.

By the way, Sapphire 7970 Dual-X OC cards are on sale at $309 with $20 mir on Newegg's website. Do your maths, read the numbers and forget that the GTX 780 ever got built.
0 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 08/15/13 01:24:27 PM]

Have you used a 7990 card, obviously not. I purchased one the other day for $699 and it runs all games very nicely & smothly with the 13.11 8 beta drivers. I would not belive every thing that reviewers are stating in their reviews especially about the card being noisy. It's not noisy, period. And it on every card from nvidia. I might add that I was previosly using two nvidia GTX470 in SLI. But the 7990 @ $699 is a gamers dream.
But in the end the choice is always with the buyer.
0 0 [Posted by: vladekw  | Date: 11/07/13 08:39:49 PM]

Hey, I had a good time going over this =) ^_^
0 0 [Posted by: Steven Topps  | Date: 12/28/13 08:05:16 PM]


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