Originally Posted by smex
game-ability = benchmarks
lol think about it.. feeling how fast you drive = influenced by every single km / mile per hour
what seems to be the overall speed then. what i´ve meant is that you cannot compare
theese twi cards unless you deactivate dx11 and let it work in the same dx mode like
the other card..
you cannot compare a cart to a car, no offense (;
No sir, that is not necessarily true. For more that one reason. 1 - you have people who run unstable setting on benches just to get the numbers. That is not gamablility. And the main reason is from experience. The #s on a benchmark is a good guide when it comes to picking out a videocard, but I would not rely on that alone. Benchmark numbers tell you allot, but it is not a 100% accurate depiction of how that card will handle in game. I have assembled hundreds of custom computers for either resell purposes, friends, family, or clients, oh yeah, and for myself. I have so many videocards with super low scores suprise the crap out of me, and so many with super hi scores handle like total crap. Reviews! If you are going to buuy a card, you can get an idea from a bench, but look at reviews before you make a decision. I know in theory that because this card has higher memory bandwidth HWcompare.com says it is 68% faster, but that don't mean crap when it comes to putting a nice picture on your monitor. It could go either way. Maybe it will be faster, or maybe it will not. It also depends allot on the rest of your system and what monitor setup you are using.