Originally Posted by Yaboze
Reviews take a lot of time and they generally benchmark recent releases because they put the most strain on systems, plus, the games are current and people want to know how Grid or Crysis runs, not a game from 2-3 years ago. I think most people can come to the conclusion that Source Engine games like Half Life 2 are going to run VERY well on newer cards. I don't mind reviews that do 5-6 games, I don't care about Quake 4 or UT 2004 performance anymore.
With that said, the site is in Polish but all you need to get the point are the numbers.
You, my friend, hit the nail on the head. Its call RELEVANT INFORMATION.
Ultra M998 mid-ATX case
SilenX 650W 14dB SLI Power Supply Unit
Nvidia/EVGA 780i tri-SLi motherboard
Intel Q6600 quad core @ 3.4GHz (3.6 for benchmarking)
2GB OCZ ReaperX HPC Edition PC9200 DDR2 RAM (2x1GB)
2x EVGA 9600GT SC in SLI (750/1100Mhz over-clock)
2x WD Raptor HDD (1x 36GB; 1x 74GB)
Samsung Spinpoint HDD (250GB)
Thermalright TRUE-120 w/ dual 120mm fans in push-pull config.
Windows Vista Home Professional w/ SP1 (32-bit)
Samsung SyncMaster 206BW 20" LCD display (1680x1050)
3DMark06: 17,420 Points