I forgot about the 5750 becuase of how unimpresed i was after its luanch. (within 15$ of a 5770 cmon)and the GTS 450 totally sliped under my radar, fromw aht i can see its the same as the GTS 250 excpet based on GF106 and DX 11.
GTS250 < 5750 < GTS450. I would say however that the 5750 is only SLIGHTLY faster then the GTS250.
How do you figure that the GT240 is faster then the 4830? The 4830 and the 88/9800GT were about equal, and the GT240 is basically performs like an 9600GT. I find it hard to believe that the GT240 is faster then a 4830.
Perhaps for the stock GTS450. Once its been overclocked however it performs with a percent or two of the 5770. The FTW/OC'd cards are no where near the 5750.
I love how he left out the 8800/9800GT, and somehow the 4830 = 8800GTX? And both those cards are slower then the GT240? I should probably stop following this thread before I get banned for saying something....
I just saw the list, I really didn't evaluate it for truth TBH. I think someone needs to do one of these properly and get it stickied because I am so tired of having to wade through hundreds of posts re: IS TEH RAIDEEON BETTER TEN TEH GFORCE?! SO annoying.
If they really wanted to know they could read the best card for the $$$ articles. That should let them know.
Indeed. There are actually significantly more inaccuracies and omissions than what has already been brought up but even if it didn't have these issue this list is really quite redundant. As you say there's the hierarchy chart every month from Tom's; http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-car...
There's this comprehensive chart from overclock.net; http://www.overclock.net/graphics-cards-general/502403-...
and there are the popular charts from techpowerup with more specific performance ratings.
If you want to use any or all of the above as a basis for a new chart and add SLI/Crossfire configurations then maybe it would be useful but it would take a lot of research to do properly. If you want to add pricing info for the current cards it would need to be updated very frequently which would take a lot of time on a regular basis.