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does HDR show up in the stress test?

how are you liking your A8N-SLi vs your A8V Deluxe
Interesting question as the A8V Deluxe in for AGP cards the the A8N is for PCI-E. by the way, I own both. I DON'T like the A8V Deluxe re booting whenever , I DO like my new A8V-E Deluxe. I have two kids, one with an AGP 8x the other with PCI-E 16, the AGP board is giving me fits...*&$^#@*!@)( As for the A8N-SLI, np.
    
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Score goes up. 81.85 instead of 81.95

...and more RAM. It would appear the CPU made up the advance on the score, not graphics card :/
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Score goes up. 81.85 instead of 81.95

...and more RAM. It would appear the CPU made up the advance on the score, not graphics card :/
Very nice scores m8
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So is the GS suppose to be better then a 6800GT...Because I have a 6800GT and I dont get those kind of video scores in AM3
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Just as a note, those FPS in cs:s wont apply to ingame . In game if i never want my fps to drop i can usually have everything on high, There are no HDR maps yet so i leave hdr off, no AA 4xAF . 2xAA 8xAF will see some fps drops below 60 when things get hectic.

edit: start OCing that thing damn you , i want to see how far the xfx one will go

My high was like 525/1350 , but games would stutter with it at those speeds. They would freeze for like 15 seconds then commence, or just freeze my comp all together. Im running 490/1300 now, but anytime my games hiccup i get scarred that i OC'd too much and now my card hates me.
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Just as a note, those FPS in cs:s wont apply to ingame . In game if i never want my fps to drop i can usually have everything on high, There are no HDR maps yet so i leave hdr off, no AA 4xAF . 2xAA 8xAF will see some fps drops below 60 when things get hectic.
Correction. They just released de_nuke about 2 days ago.
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Just as a note, those FPS in cs:s wont apply to ingame . In game if i never want my fps to drop i can usually have everything on high, There are no HDR maps yet so i leave hdr off, no AA 4xAF . 2xAA 8xAF will see some fps drops below 60 when things get hectic.

edit: start OCing that thing damn you , i want to see how far the xfx one will go

My high was like 525/1350 , but games would stutter with it at those speeds. They would freeze for like 15 seconds then commence, or just freeze my comp all together. Im running 490/1300 now, but anytime my games hiccup i get scarred that i OC'd too much and now my card hates me.
I'm running at 4x AA and 16x AF and everything else is high. I don't drop down as low as 60 FPS...1280x960.

I'm going to try overclocking soon.
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I'm running at 4x AA and 16x AF and everything else is high. I don't drop down as low as 60 FPS...1280x960.

I'm going to try overclocking soon.
That is great to hear, I am about to get that card
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