Originally Posted by Jzkillzone23
nice dream you got there.
If you don't count PhysX, then you're the one who's dreaming. Also, why are you trolling this thread?
Originally Posted by Anandtech
The fact that its worst-case performance is still better than the GTX 260 core 216 and in the best case, it can hit that of the GTX 280 was a plus for the GTX 275. It often posted performance more in line with its bigger brothers than a $50+ cheaper part. This is pretty sweet for a $250 card, especially as many games these days rely very heavily on shader performance. The GeForce GTX 275 is a good fit for this price point, and is a good option. But then there's the Radeon HD 4890.
The 4890, basically a tweaked and overclocked 4870, does improve performance over the 4870 1GB and puts up good competition for the GTX 275. On a pure performance level the 4890 and GTX 275 trade blows at different resolutions. The 4890 tends to look better at lower resolutions while the GTX 275 is more competitive at high resolutions. At 1680 x 1050 and 1920 x 1200 the 4890 is nearly undefeated. At 2560 x 1600, it seems to be pretty much a wash between the two cards.
I play in 1080p. Almost nobody games at resolutions higher than 1920x1200... You're just silly and/or ignorant.
Originally Posted by Enfluenza
lol i got 9.5k i think
which version did you have anyway? the asus one?
i had the XFX reference (not bad batch) version. and the volts were capped at 1.35. so my max OC wasnt nearly as good
bad card is bad i guess
my GTX is icy cold tho. i havent tried OCing it yet (no voltage control
) so idk how high i can push it.
I have a Toxic. It runs cool even at 1.45v. I just run it at 1.4v, which is the stock voltage for the Toxic/Atomic. Also, under P10k Vantage is generally considered to be bad for a 4890...Edited by sweffymo - 10/18/10 at 1:36pm