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Old July 11, 2010, 02:51 AM
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Default pcworld.fr tests 22 modern gpu's

Récapitulatif général et conclusion : Comparatif de 22 cartes graphiques !


http://wd.ch-img.com/1182401-recapglobal.png

http://wd.ch-img.com/1182391-dx11global.png


very interesting :)
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Old July 11, 2010, 06:30 AM
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im gonna read that !!


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Nice find. Interesting to see all cards in one article/comparison.
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i like the scaling part. the literally hot fermi does better as more hardcore it gets. they say its because of the bigger ammount of ram...hmmm...
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A list of the most popular cards for overall comparison is something I like seeing. While the 480 is darn good, the 5970 is still overall the best performing card. Either one would be a kick a!#!@ addition to any system. Just curious as to accuracy of this comparison.
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A list of the most popular cards for overall comparison is something I like seeing. While the 480 is darn good, the 5970 is still overall the best performing card. Either one would be a kick a!#!@ addition to any system. Just curious as to accuracy of this comparison.
fermi is still the more powerful core.

no love for gtx260's anymore :(
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Too bad they didn't show crossifre and SLI comparisons into the mix. Wouldve been more interesting.
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