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post #41 of 88
well its looking like nvidia have come out on top ...performance wise
the 280GTX is a monster !!!!!!!!!

i wish i could afford one
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post #42 of 88
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Originally Posted by Bryceb View Post
Holy f its maxishine!!! So would you say with the 280's crysis is finally playable at 1920x1200?
my 2 9800 gx2s can play at that resolution with High settings and 2x antiliasing and they can play at very high settings but the cards start getting very hot.
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post #43 of 88
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Originally Posted by Litlratt View Post
I'll be able to confirm some of Maxis' findings on Monday, as my other 2 GTX280s will be here then.
Oh no Litlratt is back, we having a bench war again ?? lol, i hope Tri sli doesnt ruin the Experience, SLI is working so well atm.
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post #44 of 88
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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post
Well micro stuttering doesn't exist, that's an issue with Quad SLI unfortunately. You'll notice that the minimum FPS are rather healthy so it would be a very solid and smooth gameplay.

I'll be adding some AA runs in a moment....
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These cards Run much better than the GX2's in everyway, if you check out the mins the FPS are much better, I am reluctant to get the 3rd GTX280 as SLi works so well, but i'm me, and i know i cant resist 3 cards. The stuttering is gone in crysis.
Ah, that's great to hear! Mhill I haven't owned either cards, thanks for clarifying that micro-stuttering is only in Quad-Sli. Great results, looking forward to how these cards hold up with AA!
Edited by piggy1918 - 6/28/08 at 9:32am
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post #45 of 88
OOmomomggggg You ever plan on getting rid of those cards?

You should run F@H on a couple to see what kind of PPD you get
    
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post #46 of 88
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Oh no Litlratt is back, we having a bench war again ?? lol, i hope Tri sli doesnt ruin the Experience, SLI is working so well atm.
I can't think of a single reason why not. I've always enjoyed the competition.
I'll start with 2 and see how they do. Then we'll go with 3.
Then I'll put them under water, there are 3 EVGA HC16s sitting here waiting to get wet.
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post #47 of 88
I would Love to WC these things, But Aus is a little slow when it comes to this stuff, are their any good links to GPU water blocks for the GTX280 ?
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EVGA and Danger Den are the only ones that I'm aware of at the moment.
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post #50 of 88
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This is making me happy that i'm Stepping Up. A heck of a lot better than i would have expected, now the question is? Do i need two of them.....or even 3?
Yeah because you are using a 24" monitor (which is sw33t). You NEED a lot of graphics horsepower to run games at your native res.
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