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    Quote Originally Posted by MJP View Post
    The so called 'latency fix' in the 13.2 beta only applies to the 3 DX9 based games that gave trouble in the TR test, the tweaks seem to be on a per application basis. There was already a rewrite of the software memory manager in the pipeline which was also going to address issues for DX10/11 games, seems it'll only apply to the 7000 series though.
    13.2 is just the beginning of this latency thing, AMD also said that improvements are coming to the drivers so that they will generally affect games all around rather than game specific. Plus, I always see improvements in games that AMD have never said they worked on improving, these driver fixes usually have a knock on affect and affect many games, not just the specific games themselves.

    Ppl have already reported smoother gameplay with games other than the 3 that were specifically targeted by AMD with the 13.2 beta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abriel Nei View Post
    I don't think it is worth to replace it with cards that are not that much faster. But if you say money is not a problem then why not go for the best?
    Totally agree, so I'm thinking right. I see only worth going for a 690 or two 7970 (as Gearjammer said is the best option), but I have only one slot for gfx card, then the CF with the 7970s is out.
    And the 690 seems too expensive right now, I have the money but don't want to burn it lol
    I think I'll wait and see what happens to the market in a few months.
    Thanks for the information guys!.

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    No way, 2 7950/gtx 660 ti/gtx 670 is a wayyyyyy better deal than 2 7970/gtx 680s. You pay such a premium because they are the top models.

    Get a new motherboard you won't regret it

    I guess with only 1 slot you can get the gtx 690 or there are 2 or 3 versions of the "7990" you can check out, but both of em are horribly overpriced compared to 2 7950s/660 tis/670s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinelli View Post
    Get a new motherboard you won't regret it
    Truth... It's a good place to slowly begin my pc update

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    If you have money to burn you could always wait for ivy bridge-e to come out, should be soon.

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    I was about to call you out on that Spinelli until I noticed the e at the end, whew, glad I caught that at the last minute, hehe. The Ivy Bridge-E should be a nice addition to the CPU market, especially if you hold out for the 12 core ones.
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    ATI and Nvidia

    Haha EEEEEEEEEEEE

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