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post #21 of 27
Nvidia severely overestimates the power consumptions of their cards especially the high end stuff. no gtx280 has ever pulled 236 watts even when overclocked. I believe the average real world power consumption of the factory clocked gtx280 is around 180 watts.
post #22 of 27
Looks like the GTX 285 is like a GTX 280 Ultra, if there is such a thing.
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
Unlike GX2 this card has more memory so it should be less micro stuttering. Also its about as fast as GTX280 SLI not GTX260 cause its 240SP.
But you have 2 x 4 ROPs less
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post #24 of 27
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Unlike GX2 this card has more memory so it should be less micro stuttering. Also its about as fast as GTX280 SLI not GTX260 cause its 240SP.
Micro stuttering has nothing to do with memory size (that was another issue altogether on the GX2). Aslong as these cards continue to employ AFR they'll always have micro stuttering and as such they'll continue to be a terrible waste of money like they always have been. Who really cares what the FRAPs counter says when the actual in game experience is much, much worse? I play games not 3DMark and as such I'll always stick with a single GPU solution until AFR dies its long overdue death.
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GTX285 looks good
53W lower TDP and should be around 10% faster and cooler than the GTX280
Nice to push higher clocks, but is it really worth that much extra money? I mean your getting completely ripped off with the price/performance ratio.
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What about GTX265? There's only news on GTX285 and GTX295 which leads me to believe that there will not be a GTX265.
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Nvidia severely overestimates the power consumptions of their cards especially the high end stuff. no gtx280 has ever pulled 236 watts even when overclocked. I believe the average real world power consumption of the factory clocked gtx280 is around 180 watts.
I have to say that mine pulls close to 236 watts. Idle my PC uses 230w. When i crank up ATI tool, jumps to 450w.
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