My CP settings are always configured for Best Quality regardless of performance(high quality LOD, AFx16, Tessellationx64, etc etc). The same in game's graphical options. Wether I get 30 or 60, no compromise in IQ and fork the fps. I noticed the issue in Sleeping Dogs cause it was so noticeable to me, having all those light sources bouncing on surfaces, penumbras, many levels of contrast and then seeing PcPer 7970vs680/7950vs660Ti, where the Nvidia side seemed so plain after my own card output/the AMD output. Now it seems we're getting different results, people actually have lighting on Nvidia.
I mean, why I should believe anything PcPer does with an utterly complicated method of analysis, with many different pieces of hardware that could go upside down, with a tool made by the competitor(the most interested part in this issue to higlight his fortes/competition weaknesses) when they can't even do the most basic of things in a comparison...selecting the same settings?!?!?!?
That's why I trust only forum reviews from people that actually bought their hardware rather than tech sites reviews...nothing good can come from some guys that get free hardware all the time. As of today, I've yet to see a site claiming transparency and actually returning(with photos and all)any hardware they receive. Seems all those Titans 3-SLI are working real good
FWIW, I wouldn't trust them either if it was an AMD 7990 or a SiS. You can't put the chicken and the fox in the same pen
Now, if some kind soul could provide some 670/660Ti/680 screenshots with all on we can then go and shame PcPer all around the internet for turning off one of the most intensive features in games: lighting and shadows.Edited by Nonehxc - 4/6/13 at 3:04pm