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judging by those charts it would seem price/performance between the 2 cards would be the gtx 260.
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by Lelouch View Post
AFAIK all cards have 2D clocks..
You could be right, though I've never noticed my 9800GX2, or previous Nvidia cards cutting their clocks like that in a 2D setting. I had a 2900XT and if you viewed it using GPU-Z it would show the current clocks as the 2D clocks since its a 2D application, and the FPS in the ATI Tool test would reflect the 2D clocks. The Nvidia cards always show the 3D clocks in GPU-Z.
post #13 of 14
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judging by those charts it would seem price/performance between the 2 cards would be the gtx 260.
that was known to be the case quite a while ago, though...

the 280 is more of the 'waste your money for the best possible performance' type of card, like Intel's EE CPUs, as someone else on these boards said
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post #14 of 14
Nice driver boost and i believe more will come with upcoming betas. SLI looks to scale pretty good as well.
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