There’s a gap between the G92-based cards that slowly grows as resolution increases, suggesting a minor benefit that the GeForce GTS 250’s larger frame buffer offers. Both cards come in about even with AMD’s Radeon HD 4850, though.
The gap between the 512 MB and 1 GB G92 boards grows with the addition of AA. In fact, at 1920x1200, the extra memory allows the GTS 250 to perform more like AMD’s Radeon HD 4870 than the 4850 it was tracking earlier. Meanwhile, AMD’s Radeon HD 4850 is able to best the GeForce GTX 9800+ in all three tested resolutions.
- The State Of Graphics
- The GeForce GTS 250 In Detail
- Test Setup, Benchmarks, And Notes
- Benchmark Results: 3DMark Vantage
- Benchmark Results: Far Cry 2
- Benchmark Results: Crysis
- Benchmark Results: Left 4 Dead
- Benchmark Results: Call of Duty: World At War
- Benchmark Results: World in Conflict
- Power Consumption