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GTX 760 vs 7950

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Hey guys,

 

I listed my 7950 up on a site where you can sell your stuff of the lolz. I had many offers and a kid wants to buy it for 220 euro. I can get a new 7950 for 200 LOL. But I can also buy a GTX 760. Which is better? 

Games I play:

- Skyrim

- Far Cry 3

- Counter stike GO

- Battlefield 4 (sometimes)

 

I like the Nvidia features, but is mantle worth buying a 7950?

 

In April (my birthday) I will SLI or Crossfire one of those badboys.

 

Thanks

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7950 for sure

I can also save up some money and buy a 770. Is that worth playing on a INTEL 4600 graphics thingie?

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I can also save up some money and buy a 770. Is that worth playing on a INTEL 4600 graphics thingie?

not worth getting a 770 unless you really want nvidia's features

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Forget about mantle, its most likely not gonna make it to market like you think.

7950 and gtx 760 are pretty close in performance, the 7950 is slightly better I think, but not by much.

 

Edit: Definetly go for 7950. Linus' video about the 760 benchmarks:

 

 

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not worth getting a 770 unless you really want nvidia's features

So its a 7950 in 2-way crossfire for me :D I have a Sapphire Vapor-X OC now (6 months old) Is it worth switching to a new XFX DD 7950?

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So its a 7950 in 2-way crossfire for me :D I have a Sapphire Vapor-X OC now (6 months old) Is it worth switching to a new XFX DD 7950?

 

Kinda a downgrade in cooler department imo.   ;)

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7950 to 760 is a downgrade, hell 7950 to 770 is a downgrade depending on your perspective.

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7950 to 760 is a downgrade, hell 7950 to 770 is a downgrade depending on your perspective.

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