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Not bothering with the 900 series, not impressed at all.

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SeanJ76

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I get 91 fps on the settings YOU used so I guess in your mind my 780 must be almost 50% faster than the one they tested. :rolleyes:

I get 72 at the settings I told you they used which makes sense because my card is oced a little bit.
780 GTX maxes at 65fps in Metro LL(as the benchmark shows) and thats at basic settings 4x AA, so in full ultra, you would get maybe 40fps if that..... that's terrible!! I laugh at all of the idiots that spent $600 on a 780 non Ti! Could of had 2x 770 for that much money and 2x the fps your getting!
 

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No they did not.....here's the test up spec's....apparently you have problems reading-
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_970_SC_ACX_Cooler/5.html
"Test System - VGA Rev. 33
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K @ 4.2 GHz
(Haswell, 8192 KB Cache)
Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VI Hero
Intel Z87
Memory: 16 GB DDR3
@ 1600 MHz 9-9-9-24
Harddisk: WD Caviar Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB
Power Supply: Antec HCP-1200 1200W
Software: Windows 7 64-bit Service Pack 1
Drivers: AMD: Catalyst 14.6 Beta
R9 285: 14.30 Beta 2
NVIDIA: 337.88 WHQL
GTX 970/980: 344.07
Display: LG Flatron W3000H 30" 2560x1600
3x Hanns.G HL225DBB 21.5" 1920x1080
Dell UP2414Q 24" 3840x2160"

"Benchmark scores in other reviews are only comparable when this exact same configuration is used.
All video card results are obtained on this exact system with exactly the same configuration.
All games are set to their highest quality setting unless indicated otherwise.
AA and AF are applied via in-game settings, not via the driver's control panel.
Each game is tested at the following settings and resolutions:
1600x900, 4x Anti-aliasing. Common resolution for most smaller flatscreens and laptops today (17" - 19").
1920x1080, 4x Anti-aliasing. Most common widescreen resolution for larger displays (22" - 26").
2560x1600, 4x Anti-aliasing. Highest possible resolution for commonly available displays (30").
5760x1080, 4x Anti-aliasing. Typical three-monitor high-end gaming multi-monitor resolution.
3840x2160, No Anti-aliasing. 4K Ultra HD resolution, available on the latest high-end monitors"

No 16x AA, no Tessellation....... you are pathetic.......they used the default Metro Benchmark setting as listed above.
Metro LL is one of the best sli performing games period for Nvidia, everyone knows this. Everything you've said is wrong Toyota, maybe you should stick to selling Toyotas.......
lol AGAIN you cant read. they say AA NOT AF, genius. and that is just a general thing they have on that page as they dont actually use AA in some games at 1080.

I already told you and showed you what I get at the settings they use. again continue to make yourself look foolish though and pretend you have some magically performing system.
 

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780 GTX maxes at 65fps in Metro LL(as the benchmark shows) and thats at basic base settings, so in full ultra you would get maybe 40fps if that....and thats terrible!!
you really are clueless and cant read for crap even when I break it down for you.
 

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here i'll help you to run your benchmark on TPU settings:

"Benchmark scores in other reviews are only comparable when this exact same configuration is used.
All video card results are obtained on this exact system with exactly the same configuration.
All games are set to their highest quality setting unless indicated otherwise.
AA and AF are applied via in-game settings, not via the driver's control panel.
Each game is tested at the following settings and resolutions:
1600x900, 4x Anti-aliasing. Common resolution for most smaller flatscreens and laptops today (17" - 19").
1920x1080, 4x Anti-aliasing. Most common widescreen resolution for larger displays (22" - 26").
2560x1600, 4x Anti-aliasing. Highest possible resolution for commonly available displays (30").
5760x1080, 4x Anti-aliasing. Typical three-monitor high-end gaming multi-monitor resolution.
3840x2160, No Anti-aliasing. 4K Ultra HD resolution, available on the latest high-end monitors"

No 16x AA, no Tessellation....... you are pathetic.......they used the default Metro Benchmark setting as listed above.
Metro LL is one of the best sli performing games period for Nvidia, everyone knows this. Everything you've said is wrong Toyota, maybe you should stick to selling Toyotas.......
haha this is mildly amusing. stick with the angry jokes
 

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Lifer
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lol he does get the simple concept.

a stock gtx780 is getting 65 fps on very high settings, very high tessellation, 16x AF in their review.

I get 72 with my oced 780, slightly higher oced cpu, and slightly higher clocked ram which is right in line with that.
 

Techhog

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This is a very weird thread. I don't know what point is being made here at all.
 

monstercameron

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OP you're brave. How dare you not praise Nvidia? /joke I find it strange when did people buying and overclocking $300+ gfx cards care so much about efficiency?
 

DominionSeraph

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This is a very weird thread. I don't know what point is being made here at all.
Some idiot thinks his 770's are over 9000% faster than 780 Ti's since he's benching at the wrong settings, so he's not impressed with the 900's scores.
 
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