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Nice review. Your conclusion

Nice review. Your conclusion is not surprising - everyone from WSGF that I know with a GTX670 loves them. And the fact that you can buy overclocked GTX670s from factory that bench within 2% of the GTX680 is fantastic. My Gigabyte Windforce GTX670 OC is the most quiet card I've ever owned, love it.

Also, Nvidia's surround software setup is better, in my opinion. It's a win-win.

Posted by AussieTimmeh on 15 September, 2012 - 00:43
Just went from two 470s to to

Just went from two 470s to to 670s and wow... these 670s are very powerful and run fairly cool. I have the reference models which make a little noise when the fan gets to 75% on up, but I like the heat getting dumped out the back of my case. I know the non reference ones with the trick fan setups are even quieter!

Posted by r3v3nant on 15 September, 2012 - 22:55
Good Review

I'm using a pair of the Evga 4gb SC versions of the 670's using EK-FC water blocks and absolutely love them. Not overclocked them as yet as they simply don't need to be. I'm getting a 1097 boost and the cards never exceed 50 degrees absolutely maxed out running a resolution of 6040 x 1200. Very pleased indeed. Highly recommend these cards to run surround.

Posted by Garking on 16 September, 2012 - 12:12
1st: When i took a look at

1st: When i took a look at the main Page i missed the "Read more" Button! i just saw the "Watch the video" on the bottom line. Only realised that it was a full review when i clicked on the "3 new comments" link.

2nd: "Reference Specifications" section there is this * "*These values represent the maximum wattage allowed through the AMD PowerTune. AMD estimates the average wattage draw for gaming is 190W/140W for the 6970/6950, respectively. Idle for the 7970 is based on a "long idle" scenario."
Whats the 9670 doing there ?

3rd: Benchmarks "Final Toughts" "Total Widescreen Performance" and then "Total War: SHogun 2 in Eyefinity" ? Shouldn't that be "Total Eyefinity Performance" ?

After you've read this you can delete this post :) thx.

Posted by Haldi on 16 September, 2012 - 14:04
Thanks for the feedback and

Thanks for the feedback and edits. All of these have been fixed. Just waiting for cache to catch up with the updated graph on the last page.

Posted by skipclarke on 17 September, 2012 - 11:34