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Cowcotland  --- Aug 30 '12
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"This is our first experience with the new ultra high-end graphic cards, and I must say it’s been fun. The frames per second and benchmark scores are far beyond what we could have imagined. Although we have not tested it yet, we do know that the GTX680 2GB is on par with the ATI Radeon HD7970 3GB, we will get that card soon and add the performance to our charts. We can however compare the performance of the GTX680 to the previous series and model directly below, the GTX580 3GB. The GTX680 in terms of games FPS is around a third better in performance than the GTX580 2GB, for instance we see in 1080p on Battlefield 3 overclocked reach 67.4fps, while the GTX680 2GB achieves 88.8fps. So with the cheaper and newer expensive Zotac GTX680 you receive a performance increase in most games of around 20fps. The price differences between them is great, this GTX680 only cost £410, whereas the Zotac GTX580 costs around £550, so there is a clear price difference between then, while the performance is unmatched as the Zotac GX680 storms ahead."
"At the end of the day, if you’re looking for Kepler hardware, but don’t want to shell out a lot of money, then the GTX 670 is totally worth it. The complication arises from the fact of how much more do custom solutions like the Zotac GTX 670 AMP! Edition cost, compared not only to the regular GTX 670, but also the GTX 680."
"Overclocking on the other hand works better than on any GTX 670 tested today, thanks to the unmodified GTX 680 PCB. The differences are not that big though and translate into less than 1% real life performance difference between all our samples, when manually OC'd to the max. With a price of $439, the ZOTAC AMP! Edition is also the most expensive card reviewed today. It does not include the Assassin's Creed triple game bundle the GTX 680 AMP! had. Justifying the extra cost for the higher overclock and overclocking potential seems difficult, but it's not an unreasonable price increase, especially since you get the much more expensive GTX 680 PCB."
"The GTX670 AMP! has proven it’s self against the GTX680, as we found in the gaming benchmarks the performance difference is pretty much negligible. It beats out the bigger card on noise and cooling too."