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Originally Posted by DougEdeyThe main point is that it's a DX9 game which has been adapted to DX10 so the improvements aren't going to be that noticeable, especially in such a juvenile driver and DX10 knowledge stage.
Originally Posted by kenco_ukWhen comparing DX9 to DX10, was it not possible to use the exact same rig to test DX9 and DX10 image quality? Or does COH automagically set it? I only ask, as I see a couple of options greyed out on my v1.7 of CoH.
And why use two 8800GTS 640MB cards to pit against a 2900XT? Why couldn't you have used an 8800GTS 320MB or an 8800GTX?
Originally Posted by DougEdeyOopsie, my bad, you didn't mention drivers ;)
Originally Posted by Tim S"The reason why we've chosen two different versions of the GeForce 8800 GTS 640MB is that the Radeon HD 2900 XT splits the two when it comes to price, since you can pick up a standard clocked Leadtek PX8800 GTS 640MB for £227.81 (inc. VAT), while the cheapest Radeon HD 2900 XT we have found is Sapphire's at £244.43 (inc. VAT). Finally, BFGTech's 8800 GTS 640MB OC can be purchased for around £254.06 (inc. VAT)."
Originally Posted by trigkinda seems like the whole "dx10 hardware before any games are out" was to give us these cards that are so awesome on dx9 games, but when dx10 games really start to hit they wont really be that awesome on higher res'...nice strategy...then they can release the 8900 series and charge us even more for that...w00t
Originally Posted by WolfwoodYou're stupid for thinking the 8800GTX could handle any DX10 game adequately.
Originally Posted by -EVRE-Gee.. thanks for brining the attitude to the boards..
Originally Posted by Tim Scome on guys... don't feed the trolls.
Originally Posted by kenco_ukHmm, I can understand the decision, but wouldn't it be better having a somewhat broader range of graphics cards? Perhaps SLi 8800GTX's would have enabled silly frame rates with everything on at eye-bleeding resolutions.
I know you're sat there twiddling your thumbs waiting for someone to give you something to do :D
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