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Originally Posted by docodine"ATI has said previously that it worried that the difference in name between a single-GPU HD 3870 and a dual-GPU HD 3890 wasn’t enough to justify the large price difference"
Wasn't it the 3870 X2?
Originally Posted by ADJBWhere's Crysis?.
My next card (I run a 4850 at the moment) will be in the £100 - £150 price range and will be the first card that can run Crysis. Yes, its an old game, yes, its a DX10 game but that doesn't mean it still isn't a good standard to judge cards against. Even at the very top end how many cards can run this game at top quality and decent resolution, none to not many, so if its still such a hard challenge for games I don't see why its been dropped as a judging standard,
By your own recent commentsa it's the first "benchmark" the majority of people turn to so I can't be on my own thinking its a solid standard.
Originally Posted by CowBlazedDoes it really make sense to have 2 separate reviews for these cards?
Originally Posted by ADJBWhere's Crysis?
Originally Posted by bagmanand why no crysis?
Originally Posted by Xir+1 for crysis.
Originally Posted by SenilexAMD Radeon guys, not ATI Radeon, how can you make such a poor mistake?
While the HD 6860 is slated to drop into shops at £150
At the moment there are very few displays that ATI’s version of 3D.
Originally Posted by Lizard Instead, we'd rather focus our attention on games that people are playing, as that ultimately is what matters.
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