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bakalu 06-05-10 06:58 AM

ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
To compare the performance of GTX480 default and HD5870@950/1250.

My system
CPU Core i7 Extreme 965 @ 3.6GHz
Mainboard ASUS Rampage II Gene
RAM 3x2GB DDR3
ASUS GTX 480 700/1400/924
ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit RTM
Driver NVIDIA 257.15 beta
Driver ATI 10.5 hotfix
LCD ASUS VG236H Full HD 1080p 120Hz


3DMark Vantage Performance

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Crysis Warhead. 1920*1080, AA=4X, Enthusiast DX10, ambush map

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Crysis Warhead. 1920*1080, AA=8X, Enthusiast DX10, ambush map

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Call of Juarez DX10. 1920*1080, AA=4X Super_sampling, Max Settings

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

S.T.A.L.K.E.R Call of Pripyat DX11. 1920*1080, AA=4X, Max Settings, Tessellation=ON

Settings in S.T.A.L.K.E.R Call of Pripyat DX11
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Demo benchmark Dirt 2 DX11. 1920*1080, AA=4MSAA, Ultra Settings. POST PROCESS=HIGH

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250, DirectX 11
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924, DirectX 11
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Demo benchmark Dirt 2 DX11. 1920*1080, AA=8MSAA, Ultra Settings. POST PROCESS=HIGH

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250, DirectX 11
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924, DirectX 11
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Benchmark Bad Company 2 DX11. I play the first scene. Use Fraps. 1920*1080, AA=4X, AF=16X, Max Settings

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
Quote:

2010-06-05 11:36:08 - BFBC2Game
Frames: 10918 - Time: 151145ms - Avg: 72.235 - Min: 51 - Max: 116
ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
Quote:

2010-06-05 11:08:19 - BFBC2Game
Frames: 11525 - Time: 154649ms - Avg: 74.524 - Min: 53 - Max: 105
Benchmark Bad Company 2 DX11. I play the first scene. Use Fraps. 1920*1080, AA=8X, AF=16X, Max Settings

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
Quote:

2010-06-05 11:45:25 - BFBC2Game
Frames: 9387 - Time: 145621ms - Avg: 64.462 - Min: 47 - Max: 102
ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
Quote:

2010-06-05 10:59:15 - BFBC2Game
Frames: 10818 - Time: 150355ms - Avg: 71.950 - Min: 53 - Max: 103
Benchmark Metro 2033. I play the first scene. Use Fraps. 1920*1080, NoAA, AF=16X, Very High

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250, DirectX 11, PhysX=OFF
Quote:

2010-06-05 11:52:10 - metro2033
Frames: 5880 - Time: 245739ms - Avg: 23.928 - Min: 14 - Max: 37
ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924, DirectX 11, PhysX=ON
Quote:

2010-06-05 11:17:11 - metro2033
Frames: 6513 - Time: 237764ms - Avg: 27.393 - Min: 16 - Max: 44
Devil May Cry 4 DX10. 1920*1080, AA=8X, Super High

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Resident Evil 5 DX10. 1920*1080, AA=8X, Max Settings

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Heaven Demo benchmark DX11. 1920*1080, AA=4X, AF=16X, Tessellation=Extreme, Max Settings

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
http://forum.amtech.com.vn/attachmen...1&d=1275732326

Aliens vs. Predator DirectX 11 Benchmark. 1920*1080, AA=4X, AF=16X, Tessellation=ON, Max Settings

ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250
Quote:

*DX11 Hardware Detected*

Using Video Settings from file <AvP_Benchmark_Config.txt>:

Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Texture Quality: 3
Shadow Quality: 3
Anisotropic Filtering: 16
SSAO: ON
Vertical Sync: OFF
DX11 Tessellation: ON
DX11 Advanced Shadows: ON
DX11 MSAA Samples: 4


Benchmark Summary:

Number of frames: 3573
Average Frame Time: 29.3ms
Average FPS: 34.1
ASUS GTX 480 default 700/1400/924
Quote:

*DX11 Hardware Detected*

Using Video Settings from file <AvP_Benchmark_Config.txt>:

Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Texture Quality: 3
Shadow Quality: 3
Anisotropic Filtering: 16
SSAO: ON
Vertical Sync: OFF
DX11 Tessellation: ON
DX11 Advanced Shadows: ON
DX11 MSAA Samples: 4


Benchmark Summary:

Number of frames: 3827
Average Frame Time: 27.4ms
Average FPS: 36.5
Obviously, Fermi architecture is more stronger architecture Evergreen. The default GTX480 well enough to defeat HD5870 2GB @ 950/1250 in most games.



Source : http://forum.amtech.com.vn/overclock...50-1250-a.html

mailman2 06-05-10 08:40 AM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
I came from a HD5870 that was running 1Ghz / 1.3ghz mem 24/7 and all the benchmarks I had run with both cards confirm what you are seeing. Although I run my CPU at 4.2Ghz and 1680x1050 so the lead was even bigger...add to that I now run the GTX 480 at 875 /1750/2000 so it especially smokes the HD5870!!

v3rninater 06-05-10 06:55 PM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
Mail, what temps are you getting and what is your cooling like? You have a pic? Was thinking about pulling the trigger, work got me a $100 gift cert @ amazon.

Madpistol 06-05-10 08:01 PM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
The GTX 480 is faster than the HD 5870. I think we've known that for a while now. :rolleyes:

The 5870 doesn't scale linearly when overclocked either.

mailman2 06-05-10 08:09 PM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by v3rninater (Post 2264384)
Mail, what temps are you getting and what is your cooling like? You have a pic? Was thinking about pulling the trigger, work got me a $100 gift cert @ amazon.

http://img249.imageshack.us/img249/6...x12005d.th.jpg

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Well mine is water cooled. Highest load temp I've ever seen was 50 and the room temp was about 83f that day. Normally load temp is about 44-45.


Even though the GTX 480 is faster, the HD5870 was a lot smoother. I really miss that. Been thinking about going back. Framerates are nice but when games don't feel smooth it doesn't really matter. This card reminds me of my experience with the 9800GX2, it benchmarked great but real world gameplay was just poor. Eventually I returned it and just went back to my 8800gtx. It was slower in benchmarks but games were so much smoother.

Im considering a 120Hz LCD to see if the GTX 480 would be smoother or just buying another HD5870 and selling this.

v3rninater 06-06-10 06:58 AM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
Mail, that's weird, because supposedly the higher min frames should mean a smoother operating experience. And others have pointed out that the 480 seemed smoother to them above the 5870.

ragejg 06-06-10 08:36 AM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
... and Ancient76 decided to run on over to rage3d and rile people up over this.

http://www.rage3d.com/board/showthre...post1336274685

Dummy. :mad:

Toss3 06-06-10 08:45 AM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
Not really a great comparison when one costs 30% more than the other. Try putting two 5850s against one 480 and see how the results pan out(price-wise pretty much the same).
The 5870 is much closer to the GTX 470 in both performance and price than it is to the GTX 480.

Ancient76 06-06-10 09:07 AM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ragejg (Post 2264586)
... and Ancient76 decided to run on over to rage3d and rile people up over this.

http://www.rage3d.com/board/showthre...post1336274685

Dummy. :mad:

Like i said, that's not my problem :)

Johnny C 06-06-10 10:49 AM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
I'm riled up about the OP posting so many damn screens instead of just doing up some nice concise bar graphs :)

Bah! 06-06-10 12:29 PM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Toss3 (Post 2264589)
Not really a great comparison when one costs 30% more than the other. Try putting two 5850s against one 480 and see how the results pan out(price-wise pretty much the same).
The 5870 is much closer to the GTX 470 in both performance and price than it is to the GTX 480.

Actually, it's about 20% more, not 30. And, no, two 5850's aren't "pretty much" the same price as a single 480. In fact, the price difference between the 480 and 5850's in SLI is as much or more than the difference between a 480 and a 5870.

So why is it ok to compare a 480 to $100 more expensive setup but not ok to do the same with the 5870?

People compare the 480 to the 5870 because it's the fastest single gpu card from both companies.

JasonPC 06-06-10 12:42 PM

Re: ASUS GTX 480 beats ASUS HD 5870 Matrix 2GB GDDR5 @ 950/1250 !!!
 
Actually the 2 GB 5870 is the same price as the GTX 480. The price premium is because it has quite a lot of customizations, overclockability, etc. So pricewise it is a fair comparison. This one doesn't support six-display eyefinity which I thought was the whole point of the 2 GB cards.

What this review proves is that you might as well get a stock 5870 if you want to go that route and maybe overclock it yourself because you aren't going to squeeze out that much more performance. Additionally, it would be more interesting to see numbers at a higher resolution where you'd normally run into VRAM limitations. 1920x1080 is too low to test that.


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