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Here it is:

http://enthusiast.hardocp.com/articl...50aHVzaWFzdA==
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yay more things i cant afford!
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I absolutely hate how they run benchmarks at "Highest Playable In-Game settings", hate it.

I want to see the same settings across the board, how hard is that?
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Okay... it's an SLI 8800GTS 512mb equivalent... but it uses even MORE power and runs at 80C+....

Unreal.
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Originally Posted by grunion View Post
I absolutely hate how they run benchmarks at "Highest Playable In-Game settings", hate it.

I want to see the same settings across the board, how hard is that?
I completely agree, I'd rather see a comparison of the cards running the exact same game not see what settings you have to set to get the same frame rates, that means nothing to me... And I hate the white text on black background scheme they have going on there, too!
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