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Originally Posted by sadffffffI came out with a much better knowledge of what settings i can run the games i dont play at.
Originally Posted by JodiuhWait, so you don't play the games? Or you don't use those resolutions? Are you at higher resolutions then?
I am Joe Gamer. I have XX hardware. I want to know what kind of performance I can expect with this hardware. I honestly don't care who can push pixels the fastest in some sort of racemark.
I'm also looking to see "what I need to get" in order to hit that res with a decent amount of IQ. I don't play 3dmark. I play games.
Originally Posted by sadffffffi see that at the bottom of the test setup page, and it defines them, but doesnt let me know which is better over another. for that i would have to go back to when ati and nvidia introduced those modes and read your articles from then. and i think thats sorta where you loose me. maybe you should have some sorta wiki thing where you can click on those modes and get a nice definition about them. i think that would clear a lot up a be a cool feature for bit (dont think ive seen that anywhere else, maybe i should take this to the feedback forum!)
Originally Posted by bigz
I think it would be worth doing a second one in that series to help to explain the differences between Adaptive AA and Transparency AA. ;)
Originally Posted by N/AAny chance of a 7900GT round up?
I'm thinking of Evga 7900GT OC SC....
Not many people can afford the 7900GTX, and since the 7900GT is much more affordable, I think it would have gathered more attention if you did a 7900GT round up.
The ASUS card was the best overclocker of the bunch, as we were able to get it running stabilly at 706/1770MHz without any tearing or deficiencies, while MSI's NX7800GTX-T2D512E overclocked to 679/1706MHz without any issue. On the other hand, the two BFG Tech GeForce 7900 GTX OC cards overclocked to 695/1702MHz and 691/1680MHz respectively. This was a little lower than what we expected from these cards. However, it proves the point that overclocking can be a lottery at the best of times.
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