Zotac GTX970 AMP! Extreme Core Edition Review

3D Mark

Zotac GTX970 AMP! Extreme Core Edition Review

3D Mark

The latest, and sternest, 3D Mark continues to show how good the AMP! is. It's 390X levels of performance and not that far behind a full GTX980. Ridiculous performance which we hope continues into the gaming tests.

Zotac GTX970 AMP! Extreme Core Edition Review  

Zotac GTX970 AMP! Extreme Core Edition Review  

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11-08-2015, 07:18:10

Tripp
Nice write up, can't believe the 970 is the most popular card on steamQuote

11-08-2015, 07:43:26

cooperman
Zotac is realy steping up with the extreme edition cards this maybe my next upgrade card if i ever get back in to work lol.Quote

11-08-2015, 10:40:02

MiNo
I miss these performance graphs to include a few older cards for comparison.

Most people who are looking to upgrade, have something they upgrade *from*. That card, i bet, i usually missing.

Obviously not all cards can nor should be on a list, but adding 4-5 of the past 3-4 years big sellers would go a looooong way as to give people a feel for what they would gain by upgrading.

By having only <1 year only cards on the list it it likely that none with these cards are already looking to upgrade.

The GTX970 should be on performance graphs for the next several years because of the numbers bought.Quote

11-08-2015, 10:54:37

cooperman
Quote:
Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
I miss these performance graphs to include a few older cards for comparison.

Most people who are looking to upgrade, have something they upgrade *from*. That card, i bet, i usually missing.

Obviously not all cards can nor should be on a list, but adding 4-5 of the past 3-4 years big sellers would go a looooong way as to give people a feel for what they would gain by upgrading.

By having only <1 year only cards on the list it it likely that none with these cards are already looking to upgrade.

The GTX970 should be on performance graphs for the next several years because of the numbers bought.
Well that will be a huge pain as youed have to get those old cards out and retest them as you cant realy use old bench tests because cards have gotten better with newer drivers so it wouldn't be very accurate.Quote

11-08-2015, 10:57:44

Tolemac
Quote:
Originally Posted by cooperman View Post
Well that will be a huge pain as youed have to get those old cards out and retest them as you cant realy use old bench tests because cards have gotten better with newer drivers so it wouldn't be very accurate.
TBH some older cards work better with newer drivers Quote
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