not counting the games where ati cant run phsx ofcoarse
as for the drivers used i think the fermi is on 197's and 10.2 so like i said
cheaper card then the 5870 and just as fast.
and i guess a 5850 is faster when clocked then a stock 5870??? i think no?
Last edited by cowie; 03-26-2010 at 10:40 AM.
Holy crap, 93C load temperature?
I think I'll keep my 5870 thank you very much.
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hexus has pulled the review..
Taking into consideration that ATI won't be lowering prices soon(hopefully they change their mind), then wait for the "games" and some cheaper cards.
Sad to say, it looks like Fermi+ should be the key for much cheaper DX11 cards.
From now on, I'll scarcely look for another Fermi review, wake me up when some magical forceware arrives.
Last edited by GoldenTiger; 03-26-2010 at 10:51 AM.
seems to hate higher resolutions, and really loses a lot compared to the 5870 when dx11 is added in dirt 2.
i7 920 @ 4GHz 1.25v
GTX 470 @ 859MHz 1062mv
If numbers in FC2 are using ranch built-in benchmark, they are very poor indication of real performance. Wait for Anandtech or Hardware Canucks review.
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