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That is pretty embarrassing for nVidia, who in their right mind would pay $500 more for extra heat, space, power, and worse performance... I like to see an underdog win so this put a smile on my face
    
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post #282 of 321
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Originally Posted by Haphaz View Post
That is pretty embarrassing for nVidia, who in their right mind would pay $500 more for extra heat, space, power, and worse performance... I like to see an underdog win so this put a smile on my face

Wait until "legit" results are put forward, thatere were many errors with this latest review.
They are being redone properly.

Regardless the cheaper AMD solution will likely fall behind in the retest, but price/perf AMD is second to none when it comes to top shelf cards.
Put it this way, it will be close with IMO NV pulling out the overall perf lead.
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post #283 of 321
from the hint Brent gave AMD still won the test. at least in Battlefield BC2.
Edited by FLCLimax - 5/2/11 at 7:02pm
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from the hint Kyle gave AMD still won the test. at least in Battlefield BC2.
If they did win the re-test it will be a massive win for AMD/ATI. It is all in the drivers however as the gtx 580 still outperforms all other single GPU setups.

Hopefully Nvidia can look at their multi-GPU scaling and get the lead back!
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Nvidia scaling is pretty good when you have x16 lanes and a ~4.8Ghz Intel CPU. Almost perfect scaling in some games. ATI doesn't require as much CPU for their scaling. They have their own problems with 3/4-way Eyefinity setups though.
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the number set they released only really matches up to battlefield, and if that is the case them the lower number set can only be nvidia. it is higher than nvidia's previous result, which is expected, but it is lower than AMd's previous result.

i'm betting that nvidia won in metro 2033 and probably in Crysis.
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As you can see gtx 580s scale almost perfectly


http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1600522
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Props to Vega, but even if you take 4 of those GPU's it won't match his setup at all, with his OC.
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Props to Vega, but even if you take 4 of those GPU's it won't match his setup at all, with his OC.
a bit confused about what you are tying to say
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As you can see gtx 580s scale almost perfectly


http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1600522

Did you read in depth?

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Crysis 2 "Single player static entry": Quad SLI 59% over dual cards.
Metro-2033 "Single player static entry": Quad SLI 100% over dual cards.

Single player static entry" means the single player campaign was loaded and character was sat sitting in the game world unmoved from original position during all tests. The FPS was then annotated with FRAPS.
Static results are from indicative of real game play.

But other than that, nice scaling.
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