Originally Posted by Toss3
That's because some settings suit one card better than the other. HardOCP eliminates this by using the highest playable settings of each game on each card. This way you get a much more realistic picture of what kind of a gaming experience you'll get with each card.
But for the Crysis Warhead benchmark they kept the setting on both cards the same. And that's not the kind of performance I saw in other reviews.