Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)
Nov 14, 09 at 4:20pm
I think the HD 5870 is a gold mine waiting to be unlocked and will spring to life once the still young DX11 is truly out with optimizations right now though it seems the Geforce 295 is still slapping the Radeons around of the same level in performance.
The year is nearly up and I hope the graphics areas goes out with a bang, it has been a long while since nVidia and Radeon got a good slapping session going like in 2002 when the Geforce Ti series was top dog then one day the Radeon 9700 pro popped up and everything changed after that.
Oct 29, 09 at 11:54am
yeah but to get high accuracy readings youd need to run it for at least three days non stop or time intervals that are the same for every rig. if someone has the patience for that then sure, why not? but you need to run it for this log to determine the 24 hour average points.
Oct 29, 09 at 8:18am
Shadow of Death
Actually, seeing as people keep mentioning folding, it might be a good idea. It can't take THAT long to determine how well a GPU folds? Unless each work unit you get is different from others, as far as how much work it'd take to complete.
Oct 28, 09 at 4:57pm
yeah you know what? the reviews should have a points per day as another measure of performance
Oct 28, 09 at 4:22pm
it outgames my gtx260,but how well does it fold?
Oct 28, 09 at 3:56pm
Shadow of Death
It's pretty good. Beaten only by top of the lines from either competitor, for the last gen.
It seems consistently getting around 2nd or 3rd in performance for the most part. A very good spot really.
Well, it's a bit pricey, but c'mon, DX11 eh?
Was that 'a bit under $400' the Canadian price point?
Oct 28, 09 at 10:02am
Egads! The HD 5870's just keep on coming:
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