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Peterson2K4

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  1. I'm comparing 970s and I see the major differences is the speed. For example; EVGA offers the P4-3973 with 1050MHz and the P4-2974 with 1165MHz. What do I realistically achieve with 115MHz more? At what speed do you see a difference in performance?
  2. I'm comparing 970s and I see the major differences is the speed. For example; EVGA offers the P4-3973 with 1050MHz and the P4-2974 with 1165MHz. What do I realistically achieve with 115MHz more? At what speed do you see a difference in performance?
  3. I'm comparing 970s and I see the major differences is the speed. For example; EVGA offers the P4-3973 with 1050MHz and the P4-2974 with 1165MHz. What do I realistically achieve with 115MHz more? At what speed do you see a difference in performance?
  4. That is wonderful news and, if true will make my decision on the spot. I should have been more clear. I would be adding the 970 months, if not a year later. I do not have the budget for a 980ti. Though, I agree, that would be best. I'll be upgrading that next. probably this summer. Both chips are long in the tooth.
  5. I am looking to buy a new GPU to replace my GTX 660 3GB. It's getting a bit old and games are starting to turn their noses up at it. This will not do. I need an upgrade. So I have been having a bit of an internal struggle lately. I've been looking at the AMD's 390 and 390X as well as the GTX 970 and 980. About twice a week, I make a soft decision on one card or another, then change my mind and plan on getting another card. I'm hoping you fine experts and hobbyist can help me with my indecision and get me playing "The Witcher 3" in style. What I Am Working With - My TV is a 1080p wi
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