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These graphs are so fake
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Dude, guive it up. You come along and post defending nvidia in every thread like it was your first born. If you are so hung up on new tech, explain the 9800GTX? Rehashing an existing card and giving it a new name is hardly revolutionary. If nvidia were consistently on the cutting edge as you claim, what was the deal with that? Also, ATI coming out with these cards at these prices is excellent for the industry and users like us, so I am not sure why you are so against it. Face it, nvidia is looking beat this time around. Get over it.
Just wow, learn to read and stop accusing me of something i haven't done. I have no idea where do u people find me BSing ATI in any way. All i said is that ATI no way in hell have technological edge and that's just about it.

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CUDA and PhysX? Thinking??? Wasn't PhysX used on 1 game a while ago?
Now that's were we have a 100% BS. Simple 5 second search on wiki tells otherwise. And the fact is, that was when Agein owned PhysX, now when nVidia is in charge titles, especially bigger ones, will pop out much faster.
Edited by Nowyn - 6/14/08 at 2:30pm
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These graphs are so fake
Word.... I'll be danged if my 8800GT could manage 34.1 FPS in Crysis @ All High, 1600x1200 4xAA 16xAF.... even in SLI it would probably struggle a little
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Just wow, learn to read and stop accusing me of something i haven't done. I have no idea where do u people find me BSing ATI in any way. All i said is that ATI no way in hell have technological edge and that's just about it.
Thats opinion. ATI has DX10.1. If companies implement it (and not take it out like Ubisoft) and the 4 series is popular it could give ATI stronger AA performance. ATI has the technological edge in manufacturing process too with their smaller, cooler, cheaper chips. Also the lower Mid-range 4850 has 1 teraflop of raw computing power, more than the GTX 280. This means AMD can rebrand these as a fire steampocessor and probably have a much higher profit margin.
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Word.... I'll be danged if my 8800GT could manage 34.1 FPS in Crysis @ All High, 1600x1200 4xAA 16xAF.... even in SLI it would probably struggle a little
Dude, even in SLI you'd be lucky to get 5fps.
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Dude, even in SLI you'd be lucky to get 5fps.
lol 5fps in ur dreams
maybe 0.00005 lol
    
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The results from the leaked review were actually all conducted @ 1280x1024(Crysis anyway)...

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=191167

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at 1600x1200 we do use AA. sorry that screenshot was only from 1024x768 where there is no AA indeed.

hrmmm



thats an 1:1 capture from 1600x1200 4xAA .. looks like no AA ?


crysis says AA is on?!!

and thats the result on 3870 X2 .. 1600x1200 4xAA:
===== Crysis =====
Average: 28.6 FPS
Minimum: 20.9 FPS
Maximum: 32.6 FPS

my existing review data says 29.1 so no difference
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omgz it seems that the benchmark script for crysis ended up using the wrong resolutions :banghead:
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confirmed .. all crysis results are at 1280x1024. for some reason the loading screen loads in the right resolution and then crysis switches back to 1280x1024 for the benchmark ((
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===== Crysis =====
Average: 20.9 FPS
Minimum: 14.6 FPS
Maximum: 23.3 FPS

woot new results for 3870x2 1600x1200, 4x AA. looks correct now?

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i'm rebenching all cards now with the correct crysis settings and will post the numbers here when done for public scrutiny




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Just wow, learn to read and stop accusing me of something i haven't done. I have no idea where do u people find me BSing ATI in any way. All i said is that ATI no way in hell have technological edge and that's just about it.



Now that's were we have a 100% BS. Simple 5 second search on wiki tells otherwise. And the fact is, that was when Agein owned PhysX, now when nVidia is in charge titles, especially bigger ones, will pop out much faster.
For someone who tells other people to do more research, you don't seem to have done much yourself.

It's already been made very clear that PhysX on Nvidia Graphics cards will not be backwards compatible with titles that supported PhysX via the PPUs.

As it stands right now, PhysX through CUDA is not supported by a single video game title.
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For someone who tells other people to do more research, you don't seem to have done much yourself.

It's already been made very clear that PhysX on Nvidia Graphics cards will not be backwards compatible with titles that supported PhysX via the PPUs.
Mind if u show me where i did say that they will be supported? I'd like to see that, cause i don't recall it... It was a RESPONSE ON THE COMMENT FFS. Don't make up stuff that's not there.
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Blarg, the semi leak is really a dodgy and in need of serious editing and revision, review and should not be used to make your final decision on the performance and capabilities of the GTX280. In the time I've been sleeping, it has been revealed that all tests were done in the wrong resolution and there is much questioning over the legitimacy of the older model scores.

First news scores should always be taken lightly and there is hope.
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