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Yeah 6850 crossfire seems to do well in most tests; scaling is pretty great which is what lead me to sell my 5850 and get them instead of buying a second. This is early drivers too:

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That neck and neck with GTX 480 on 2560x1600 at Anandtech must be vram-related. The latter being the main reason I wanted new GPU(s) besides wanting to try out the NV drivers again.
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Yeah, Crysis is one of those games that just saw amazing scaling for me with 6950 crossfire. Actually most games had really good scaling. There is no way that a single GTX480 could compete with 6850 crossfire in crysis at least at 1080p. I had a good experience with AMD drivers. I would say that they both have their advantages. I might have to give the edge to Nvidia with some of its features and overall support. If it wasn't for 3d vision I probably would have looked into 7950.
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Hmm I can't seem to score above P5500 in 3DM11 with this thing at stock (i7 870 just under 4Ghz). 6850s at stock got 6729.

Edit: Well need try 3DMark again cause was having some very wierd probs with the 290.53 beta I tried at first tho not sure was performance-affecting too.

Very pleased with BF3 performance and IQ on this thing--4x MSAA plus Ultra textures rest High at 1920x1200- while only running about average 45 fps and dropping to mid-30s at times-is totally playable and never feels laggy or jumpy. Likely has something to do with the additional vram as I've already used a high of 1376MB. Knew I could benefit from more and was my main reason for moving away from my 6850s as I said. Looks overall better too and not just the smoother lines.

What a beast for $200, for sure. Still at stock clocks too.
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The 560ti 488 cores all the way. Overclocking card and performance is much better than a GTX 480 and not to mention they perform close up to pair against GTX 580 if SLi!

Uh, how do you figure that.

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Yeah not if you overclock the 480 or 580s too. People always compare the card they are trying to "sell" overclocked against higher priced cards at stock as if it's a valid real-world comparison.

Speaking of which I just started and am at 825/1650/2100 after like a half hour. Leaving stock volts while on stock cooler. Latest driver helped too (read some people with 480s had rolled back to to 290.53 from latest but that one gave me tons of issues) and with the OC am up to almost P6500 in '11.
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