Originally Posted by ChrisRay
A single GPU might not be able too. But a multi GPU can. Once you start looking at multi GPU. The situation becomes even more problematic because you hamstring hardware potential by the limits of its memory.
These are benchmarks I took today as I am preparing my 9800GTX + preview. This graph is actually part of that preview. But its interesting because it specifically illustrates the problem.
P.S ignore the 16xAF. It doesnt work with very high. Its just forced through the control panel.
OK I just ran Crysis tests at what I think is the same setting??
Play Time: 103.16s, Average FPS: 19.39
Min FPS: 11.64 at frame 144, Max FPS: 24.42 at frame 872
Average Tri/Sec: -8215555, Tri/Frame: -423771
Recorded/Played Tris ratio: -2.16
TimeDemo Play Ended, (3 Runs Performed)
Completed All Tests
10/07/2008 6:29:08 PM - Vista
Run #3- DX10 1600x1200 AA=16x, 32 bit test, Quality: VeryHigh ~~ Overall Average FPS: 19.39