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Old 01-18-10, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default 5870/5970 vs. GF100 (Fermi)

This forum needed to have its cherry broken.

LET THE BATTLE COMMENCE!!!!
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Old 01-18-10, 04:37 PM   #2
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Yup....Let me start with the gauntlet then,as we saw a fermi card do 84 Fps average on a farcry 2 benchmark at 1920*1200 with 4X AA.DX10 mode and everything set to ultra high,well here my score at the same settings:






Max FPS at 257 Fps.
Average at 163 Fps.
minimum at 104 Fps.


While i'm at it,here's the score at 8X AA levels,same settings for the rest






Max FPS at 192.
Average at 140.
Minimum at 101.


Dual HD5970 quad crossfire powah.....
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Old 01-18-10, 09:18 PM   #3
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And with 1 5970 disabled? That would be about 80 right... the speed of Fermi.
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Old 01-18-10, 09:25 PM   #4
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And with 1 5970 disabled? That would be about 80 right... the speed of Fermi.

Going to try it,just to see...It's educational for me too.
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Old 01-18-10, 09:39 PM   #5
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And with 1 5970 disabled? That would be about 80 right... the speed of Fermi.

You're going to be dissapointed i think...





Fermi's average frame rate result wasn't much above the minimum i got with a single HD5970.


Max frame rate 144 Fps.
average at 103 Fps.
Minimum at 75 Fps.


Going from one HD5970 to a second one seems to scale very nicely actually,at least onn average and maximum frame rates,not so much for the minimum though.
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Old 01-18-10, 10:29 PM   #6
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You're going to be dissapointed i think...





Fermi's average frame rate result wasn't much above the minimum i got with a single HD5970.


Max frame rate 144 Fps.
average at 103 Fps.
Minimum at 75 Fps.


Going from one HD5970 to a second one seems to scale very nicely actually,at least onn average and maximum frame rates,not so much for the minimum though.
Pwnage!


Let's hope that weird AGP guy doesn't find this thread....and start telling us how a Fermi AGP card would Dominate all of us....
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Pwnage!


Let's hope that weird AGP guy doesn't find this thread....and start telling us how a Fermi AGP card would Dominate all of us....

It is pretty impressive even if i'll still hear it's a dual GPU argument versus single argument,but if the other games behave the same way,it looks like Fermi will slot somewhere between the HD5870 and the HD5970 cards,performance wise,which i'm sure there will be variation from game to game.


So the questions are,will ATI release a refresh version of the HD5870 to try and piss on Nvidia's parade by the time Fermi actually ships in volume?


Will Nvidia release a dual GPU version of Fermi to take on the HD5970 cards at the same time as the single GPU version is released,or is that a later product?
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Pwnage!


Let's hope that weird AGP guy doesn't find this thread....and start telling us how a Fermi AGP card would Dominate all of us....

Let me tell you something SIR I am ALREADY sitting here ANXIOUSLY awaiting word on the POSSIBLE 1gb AGP 5670 HD to bring the superior interface into the modern ERA and continue the increasation of the 512mb AGP hd 3850 DOMINANCE
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I got an email talking about increasation in the pants and DOMINANCE in the bedroom, was that you, 3777?

Fermi should be great, but not as good as AGP 5670. No way.
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LMFAO @ 3777 actually responding to Johnny C within an hour...
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The AGP technology provides excellent lurking capability.....
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