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post #21 of 34
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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy
CONCESSION: These are obviously rough benchmarks, probably hastily thrown together on demonstation rigs at a convention (note is says CES...)

Now, that said, I find it humorous you ATi guys automatically call foul when the nVidia card wins... this is hexus.net, not whatever that loser's no name site was called. Preliminary and sketchy at best, but I think they're real.
Im calling foul because the score is just some guess without having anything to back it up.
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Im calling foul because the score is just some guess without having anything to back it up.
How do you know that?
    
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http://forums.vr-zone.com.sg/showthread.php?t=53164

Screenshots, "12k easily", lol.

Apparently you can pre-order it in Europe and Japan, release date is supposidly Jan 27th.
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Originally Posted by metalman2785
http://forums.vr-zone.com.sg/showthread.php?t=53164

Screenshots, "12k easily", lol.

Apparently you can pre-order it in Europe and Japan, release date is supposidly Jan 27th.
Now isnt that odd that the X1900XT is scoring higher on there than the X1900XTX did on the other site?
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post #25 of 34
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Originally Posted by J3r3my
Now isnt that odd that the X1900XT is scoring higher on there than the X1900XTX did on the other site?
Uh, it's actually scoring less (cause he has it slightly underclocked for some reason...), might want to read the articles again, oh, and be sure to compare stock to stock, not overclocked to stock.
EDIT: Nevermind, I was looking at the XTX, but still, 500 point difference, big whoop, that says the results are legit to me.
    
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post #26 of 34
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I think results look good, personally I would go with the x1900xt over the x1900xtx. It will be the same card with different clocks and they will both OC about the same. I don't think the extra 50$ is worth the XTX.
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post #27 of 34
Take these results with a grain of salt.

FX60 at 2.8? hmmmm Thought they ran 2.6

I dont care who wins the benches, I just want straight info.
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post #28 of 34
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Originally Posted by Xavier1421
Take these results with a grain of salt.

FX60 at 2.8? hmmmm Thought they ran 2.6

I dont care who wins the benches, I just want straight info.
agreed, and please give it some time before you crown a winner or make judgement.
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post #29 of 34
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Originally Posted by Jori
7900 is better. There I said it.

ATi RADEON X1900 XT 512MB CrossFire (625MHz VPU / 1450MHz GDDR-3) (not XTX) (AMD A64 FX-57 2.8GHz)
13,501 3DMarks for $1098 (£622.01)

^ CROSSFIRE
Using

ATi RADEON X1900 XT 512MB (625MHz VPU / 1450MHz GDDR-3) (AMD A64 FX-57 2.8GHz)
~10,000 3DMarks for $549 (£311.04)

STAND ALONE...
NVIDIA GeForce 7900 512MB (700MHz GPU / 1800MHz GDDR-3 (not GDDR-3+) (AMD A64 FX-60 2.8GHz)
~13,000 3DMarks (?)

A Dual core processor is not worth 3,000 3dmarks dude.

Nothing about those benchies is real.


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 512MB SLi (550MHz GPU / 1200MHz GDDR-3) (AMD A64 FX-57 2.8GHz)
12,200 3DMarks for $1,439.61 (£815.58)

ATi RADEON X1800 XT 512MB CrossFire (625MHz VPU / 1500MHz GDDR-3) (MESH Computers TITAN X1800 FIRE - AMD A64 X2 4600+ 2.4GHz)
12,050 3DMarks for $1071.16 (£606.78)


First, we already know the SLI 7800gtx's get way more than 12,200 marks, as the x1800xt crossfire gets way more than 12,050 marks. None of the systems were the same, and I know for a fact that the x1900xt and XTX will benchmark higher than 10,000 marks (the x1800xt did, and it has much worse specs).

Summary in a sentence: The benchmarks are not consistant with what we have seen with the current cards on the market, and they don't have any




"
In the absence of assistance from ATI's North American PR, we thought you guys would expect no less than for us to go digging up those special HEXUS.beans for you, but how ATi’s next, next generation is likely to perform we’ve not yet seen a sprout."

No idea why they even bothered to post false benches after seeing that.
    
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post #30 of 34
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Originally Posted by Swifterzor
Nothing about those benchies is real.


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 512MB SLi (550MHz GPU / 1200MHz GDDR-3) (AMD A64 FX-57 2.8GHz)
12,200 3DMarks for $1,439.61 (£815.58)

ATi RADEON X1800 XT 512MB CrossFire (625MHz VPU / 1500MHz GDDR-3) (MESH Computers TITAN X1800 FIRE - AMD A64 X2 4600+ 2.4GHz)
12,050 3DMarks for $1071.16 (£606.78)


First, we already know the SLI 7800gtx's get way more than 12,200 marks, as the x1800xt crossfire gets way more than 12,050 marks. None of the systems were the same, and I know for a fact that the x1900xt and XTX will benchmark higher than 10,000 marks (the x1800xt did, and it has much worse specs).

Summary in a sentence: The benchmarks are not consistant with what we have seen with the current cards on the market, and they don't have any




"
In the absence of assistance from ATI's North American PR, we thought you guys would expect no less than for us to go digging up those special HEXUS.beans for you, but how ATi’s next, next generation is likely to perform we’ve not yet seen a sprout."

No idea why they even bothered to post false benches after seeing that.
You're thinking overclocked systems, from what I've seen SLi 7800GTX score exactly in the area of ~12,000 3DMarks, and overclocked get into the 14,000-15,000. I still think these results are good example of what's to come. Remember the X1900XT didn't add any more pixel pipelines, so it's pixel performance isn't going to increase much if at all, so it's not gonna be a lot faster in raw fillrate (which is what a majority of 3DMark05 is as far as I know).
    
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