- Dec 14, 2009
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|System Name||New Ho'Ryzen|
|Processor||Ryzen 1700X @ 3.82Ghz|
|Motherboard||Asus Crosshair VI Hero|
|Cooling||TR Le Grand Macho & custom GPU loop|
|Memory||16Gb G.Skill 3200 RGB|
|Video Card(s)||GTX1080ti (Heatkiller WB) @ 2Ghz core/1.5(12)Ghz mem|
|Storage||Samsumg 960 Pro m2. 512Gb|
|Display(s)||Dell Ultrasharp 27" (2560x1440)|
|Case||Lian Li PC-V33WX|
|Audio Device(s)||On Board|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Prime TItanium 850|
|Benchmark Scores||Look, it's a Ryzen on air........ What's the point?|
The performance difference is on average 10% going both ways. There are some areas where this card does beat the HD7970 but there are a other areas the GTX 680 looses too. What they failed to mention that it also looses sometimes by 20% or more too.
This is a great card for what will be the third fastest in the nvidia line up this year. It is supposed to overclock like crazy so I'm excited to see what it can do as drivers mature and vendors customize.
20mm, you've said you have retail sources about the 680, so prove it in a very discrete way that will validate what you say without bringing your source into the picture. Irrespective of ANYBODY's insider knowledge, stating it on a thread full of supposition and guesswork is meaningless.
Even if the knowledge is truth, it's pointless without some back up.
Like I say - not having a go but you can appreciate that your consistent claims of 10% either way would be better served to the TPU crowd with a morsel of evidence (be it a pic of a part of a retail card or anything).
Throw us a frickin bone dude!!