Published on 29th January 2008 by
Originally Posted by legoman666"05/02/08" oh lol, silly brits and their different way of writing dates. I'm used to MM/DD/YY instead of DD/MM/YY
Originally Posted by WhiskeyAlphaQuote:Originally Posted by legoman666"05/02/08" oh lol, silly brits and their different way of writing dates. I'm used to MM/DD/YY instead of DD/MM/YY
Silly? Seems far more logical to me as it starts with the smallest value (day), then the next (month) and so on...(year). Still, I guess if there isn't a "u" to remove anywhere, just shuffle it up a bit.
But then again I'm a silly Brit ;)
Originally Posted by willyoliothe CoD 4 benchmark seems a bit odd. Tech Report and Anandtech both found the 3870 x2 beating the GTX and Ultra by a fairly large margin, on all resolutions.
Originally Posted by AnandtechA surprisingly successful FPS on the PC, Call of Duty 4 also lacks any sort of in-game benchmark so we benchmark the cut scene at the beginning of the first mission. We start the frame rate counter as soon as we're in the helicopter and stop once the man in the chair gets shot.
Originally Posted by AnandtechWe used the built-in vCTF flyby in Unreal Tournament 3, using the -compatscale=5 switch to ensure the highest in-game quality settings were used. We ran each flyby for 90 seconds and are reporting the average frame rates.
Originally Posted by wuyanxuit must be boring benching each game mannually one by one, but so much thanks for providing reliable data.
Originally Posted by bustamove
my last card was a bfg 8800gtx oc2 version, I have to say already I prefer the 3870x2, saying that my experience with the gtx was not a happy one.
Originally Posted by wuyanxumay i ask why?
run more games, im interested in whether it will have compatibility issues with games. afterall, it runs on principle of crossfire (aka, software managing GPU power, not like a single 8800Ultra, pure power)
Originally Posted by Tim S The long term success of it is going to be driver support, which is why I cannot widely recommend the 3870 X2 above a single GPU card.
Originally Posted by Tyinsar@Tim Smalley / Bit-Tech staff: Can you tell me what happens when you connect two monitors. I know that the 7950 GX2 ran in either SLI mode or single GPU mode. If I wanted two monitors it shut down the second GPU. :? What does the 3870 X2 do in the same situation?
You are not logged in, please login with your forum account below. If you don't already have an account please register to start contributing.
19th September 2014
17th September 2014
© Copyright bit-tech