Bought a 7950, bad decistion?

its all about the drivers. performance will improve with time
looking at the charts there is 5-10 fps difference which is not the end of the world. you can get those 5-10 extra fps if you overclock your processor

also they made that review with 12.7 drivers while we have 12.11 version now so read these reviews with a grain of salt
 

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Well, I can for example run BF3 single player at 60fps+ with 1080p res, ultra, 8xaa but once I play multiplyer fps drastically drop, I think mu cpu is limiting, but simply if someone said which one would be better 7950 or 660 ti, what would the answer be?
 

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You are going to be very happy and satisfied with your GPU. Just don't take that TR article very seriously because it creates confusions instead of clarification. Enjoy your games with an awesome card :)