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Originally Posted by WhiskeyAlphaGreat review Tim ;)
Just a little OT:
How comes in the Crysis benchies your GT's seem to be scaling rather well in SLi? I thought that SLi wasn't yet implemented for Crysis?
Or maybe you are privvy to something we are not?
Originally Posted by Tim SThe built-in Crysis benchmark doesn't scale very well, but I saw some tremendous scaling in the scene I've used from the Harbour level (sometimes up to 1.6m polys/frame, whereas the demo sits at around 1.2m polys/frame). I'm really not sure why it's scaling so well, but I don't think it's a bad thing!
Originally Posted by CupboardGreat review, thanks.
Where do you learn all the stuff about DX from? that can't all be from press releases. The amount of work you do is amazing!
Originally Posted by WhiskeyAlphaJust seems a little odd that's all. As far I was aware, the "official word" from Crytek and Nvidia was that they were working together to get SLi fully implemented in a future game/driver patch. Several sources have shown that Crysis shows very little scaling in SLi (infact many benchies show a defecit in SLi, caused I presume by the overhead of having another card sitting virtually idle).
Originally Posted by Redbeavernice article :D
but i still hold my grudge from the 8800GT review >_> i wanna see how an overclock GTS640, clock at the same freq at GT, fares to the GT...... hohoho........ im sure that'll help us poor GTS640 owner to determine if its a good decision to jump ship to the GT or just overclock the hell out of the GTS....
Originally Posted by mm vrIt kinda sucks in performance... there has to be some kinda problem in CF.
Originally Posted by Tim SI'd clock the hell in the short term - there'll be faster stuff out in the future and I'm sure your card is just fine as it is at the moment. ;)
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