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post #21 of 41
This seems like a more realistic benchmark for this card, some were batantly fake as they claimed the 4870 single card was pulling double the fps in crysis than in those benches
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post #22 of 41
the 4870 CF was competing very well with the 280 SLI, but i wonder how the 4870x2/ 4870 CFX would do.....

EDIT: but this is with crysis 1.2, why not 1.3??
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EDIT: but this is with crysis 1.2, why not 1.3??
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post #24 of 41
I wonder what 2 x 3870 + 4870 would look like...
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post #25 of 41
I would very much love to believe this is true. Especially considering that one ought to be able to buy 2 HD 4870s for the price of one GTX 280. The one disheartening thing I see here is the AMD logo on the graphs. Kinda kills a lot of the credibility.
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I would very much love to believe this is true. Especially considering that one ought to be able to buy 2 HD 4870s for the price of one GTX 280. The one disheartening thing I see here is the AMD logo on the graphs. Kinda kills a lot of the credibility.
It's actually quite surprising considering in some games, two 4850's beat two GTX 280's.
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It's actually quite surprising considering in some games, two 4850's beat two GTX 280's.
Nothing Nvidia can't throw a sum of money at, and get an optimized patch or drivers.
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post #28 of 41
wow, the difference between the 4870 and the 4850 is huge!
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post #29 of 41
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wow, the difference between the 4870 and the 4850 is huge!
I think they were going for more of a gap this time around. The last go round, with the 3850 and 3870, there wasn't much different between the two cards other than clock speeds.
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post #30 of 41
Want.

Whoever said July 17th, it's either next week or July 7th that is the release (think you may have typo'd 17).
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