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If you like benchmark:

http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforc...gaming-test/11

Not that amazing for benchmarking ... 27-28k 3DMarks


A quick and dirty GTX580 SLI benchmark with nothing really optimized and without any clean installs...



So here you have it ... GTX295 SLI will come out with 27-28000 Marks and 2 GTX580 will come out with 44-45000 Marks ... Yes it's more expesive but it scales better, better gaming performance and smoother gaming experience.

So i still think you should go with a single GTX 580 for now It will give you around 24500Marks stock and 26000 clocked
Edited by Pedros - 2/27/11 at 3:02pm
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post #142 of 230
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Originally Posted by Pedros View Post
If you like benchmark:

http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforc...gaming-test/11

Not that amazing for benchmarking ... 27-28k 3DMarks


A quick and dirty GTX580 SLI benchmark with nothing really optimized and without any clean installs...



So here you have it ... GTX295 SLI will come out with 27-28000 Marks and 2 GTX580 will come out with 44-45000 Marks ... Yes it's more expesive but it scales better, better gaming performance and smoother gaming experience.

So i still think you should go with a single GTX 580 for now It will give you around 24500Marks stock and 26000 clocked
First of all 580 SLI was never questioned because for the money it is ridiculous at the moment.

Like it has been said before Quad SLI 295 is specified for benchmarking...your completely wrong assumption that it would score so low is untrue.
If you look some pages back you will see my single 295 already scores 23.065.

But you guys are right Micro Stuttering and bad scaling could kill the gaming experience.
So I would like you to actually show me vids,pics,threads tha report these failures of the quad 295!

And please stop using the AA argument...every card has a hard time with AA.
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post #143 of 230
Wow this guy wont quit, Newer cards do not have a hard time with AA. My single gtx480 maxes Bad Company 2 with 16xAA no problem. Your gtx295 couldnt even come close. With two gtx480s it does 32xAA with no slow down. You know why because they dont have the bottlenecks caused by outdated hardware and video memory. Its ok if you dont know about hardware, Its polite to ask then pretend you know what your talking about and look like a jacka**.

Well said pioneerisloud, I didnt have the patience to say all that, Im happy you agree Metro 2033 is one of the most stunning/immersive games I have played. When you play it make sure DOF is off.
Edited by SimplyTheBest - 2/27/11 at 4:50pm
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post #144 of 230
Very hard to decide. RAW power 4 x 240SP GPUs are > Then 1 x 512SP. Personally i would get 2 x GTX560 or GTX470 and call it a day and they will be faster.
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post #145 of 230
I've owned both sandwich version of Quad-SLI 295s and single PCB version of Quad-SLI 295s myself, and if you make me choose I'd rather have a single 480 over either of those setups. They were only good for benchmarking, but for normal gaming, Quad-SLI rarely works. It was either you get extremely poor scaling or extremely bad stuttering and/or graphical glitches, unless you happen to be playing one of the few games out there that can take advantage of Quad-SLI. On the other hand, 2-way SLI pretty much always works so a single 295 worked perfectly. When I had the 295s I often find myself disabling the second card and just run SLI on the 2 cores on the first card, and when I saw the step-up for 480s, I jumped on it and never looked back. What's even better is that 400 and 500 series cards can hit a lot higher percent OC than 200 series.
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post #146 of 230
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Wow this guy wont quit, Newer cards do not have a hard time with AA. My single gtx480 maxes Bad Company 2 with 16xAA no problem. Your gtx295 couldnt even come close. With two gtx480s it does 32xAA with no slow down. You know why because they dont have the bottlenecks caused by outdated hardware and video memory. Its ok if you dont know about hardware, Its polite to ask then pretend you know what your talking about and look like a jacka**.

Well said pioneerisloud, I didnt have the patience to say all that, Im happy you agree Metro 2033 is one of the most stunning/immersive games I have played. When you play it make sure DOF is off.
This. I run 32xAA on a single 580 and it never ever dips below 60FPS on a 32 player server
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post #147 of 230
Yep, if that's the choice go for a 580.
And by the way, answering a post on the first page, 295 is NOT the same as a 480, not by a long shot (and saying that they can show similar fps on certain situations doesn't cut it either).
Always go for a single more powerful card than two lesser ones, unless the cost difference makes it ridiculous.
580 SLI now is expensive, but it wont be forever.
For example, my 480 SLI cost me US$730,00 total for both cards new on the box with warranties and all, one for US$520 when it was released and another for US$210 just this month, so, you could do the same later with a 580, but 3 way 295 or 6 way SLI doesn't sound like an option at all
I guess NuclearCrap pretty much nailed it for ya
And Metro2033 is great!
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First of all 580 SLI was never questioned because for the money it is ridiculous at the moment.

Like it has been said before Quad SLI 295 is specified for benchmarking...your completely wrong assumption that it would score so low is untrue.
If you look some pages back you will see my single 295 already scores 23.065.

But you guys are right Micro Stuttering and bad scaling could kill the gaming experience.
So I would like you to actually show me vids,pics,threads tha report these failures of the quad 295!

And please stop using the AA argument...every card has a hard time with AA.
  1. 580 SLI is only rediculous if you can't afford it .
  2. 580 2 way SLI would rip your Quad-SLI setup a new one, even in benching.
  3. How would you like for us to show you the microstutter, when it doesn't show up in framerates? You could be getting 60 FPS, but it'll feel like 15. There's no possible way to record this, short of a camera. FRAP's won't do it, as it just records each frame individually. You could play at 10 FPS with FRAPs and record it, and the video will come out smooth.
  4. And please stop claiming every card has a hard time with AA. My 470 has absolutely NO ISSUES with AA, doing any game I want to play. Every game I play, I'm forcing 16xQCSAA at 1080p. Maxing out all the detals. Not a single problem.
 
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post
  1. 580 SLI is only rediculous if you can't afford it .
  2. 580 2 way SLI would rip your Quad-SLI setup a new one, even in benching.
  3. How would you like for us to show you the microstutter, when it doesn't show up in framerates? You could be getting 60 FPS, but it'll feel like 15. There's no possible way to record this, short of a camera. FRAP's won't do it, as it just records each frame individually. You could play at 10 FPS with FRAPs and record it, and the video will come out smooth.
  4. And please stop claiming every card has a hard time with AA. My 470 has absolutely NO ISSUES with AA, doing any game I want to play. Every game I play, I'm forcing 16xQCSAA at 1080p. Maxing out all the detals. Not a single problem.
About the AA, i have 2way sli 580s and i play 2560x1600 and with aa even at 4x metro and crysis are completely unplayable.. maybe its because you guys are only playing at 1080p... i was really disappointed at first, but with aa off they rape so hard, and since my rez is way higher then 1080 it looks amazing
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Your video cards are running out of vram, Also at that resolution you prob wont need high levels of AA. Regardless the only solution is to get the 580's with 3gigs of vram.
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