Originally Posted by Levesque
Why? AMD cards are scaling just like Nvidia cards with a higher CPU speed. So the results will stay the same.
My Quad-Fire set-up with 11.4 and i7 2600K at 5.3 is going head-to-head with the best Quad 580 SLI scores out there no problems. Even with synthetics benchmarks like 3D Mark 11 and Vantage, that are known to favor Nvidia cards usually.
Results will be the same with a higher CPU speed. 11.4 are that good, and making a major difference.
Why, because this is relevant to my interests, not because I think nVidia should win. I will be upgrading soon, as I stated, and I want Surround resolution benchmarks/games tested so I can have another perspective as to how a higher clocked Intel will perform with this setup.
I'm quite happy for your Tri-Fire setup, but I'm also not interested. I don't need to see if nVidia is comparable to AMD because I've already made my choice as to my setup. Now it comes down to the cpu upgrade, and I want to see what the performance increase will be from my current 1090T to an i7.
I want these reviews from many sources because the more there are, the bigger picture we see. Everyone's system is different in regards to voltages, timings, etc. They will not always perform exactly
Edited by _CH_Skyline_ - 4/29/11 at 10:32am