Page 2:FirePro V8700 Hardware Details: DisplayPort Times Two
Page 3:Software: Driver Features
Page 4:Test Configuration
Page 5:Maya Benchmarks
Page 6:3ds Max Benchmarks
Page 7:Solidworks Benchmarks
Page 8:Viewperf Benchmarks
Page 9:Viewperf Benchmarks, Continued
Page 10:Gaming Versus Workstation Performance : Radeon HD 4870 Versus FirePro V8700
Page 11:Summary And Conclusions
Summary And Conclusions
After careful evaluation of the benchmark results, we conclude that the ATI FirePro V8700 is just a hair faster in several categories than its predecessor, the V8600.
Looking at the big picture level, we don't see any sweeping or major performance improvements from this new hardware. Nevertheless, this latest ATI offering makes a very good showing against the Quadro FX 5600, our previous performance champion. Given all of these observations, the pricing on this card makes it a very good deal for the money, even though a lot of money is involved. By way of comparison, the recently released Nvidia Quadro FX 5800 goes for an astounding $3,150, and the FX 5600 at $2,700 isn't exactly cheap either.
That's why we can recommend the ATI FirePro V8700 as an ideal product for demanding all-around graphics professionals, without any doubts or hesitation whatsoever.
For more information on professional workstation graphics performance, please check out our workstation graphics charts to see where the latest cards stand.
- FirePro V8700 Hardware Details: DisplayPort Times Two
- Software: Driver Features
- Test Configuration
- Maya Benchmarks
- 3ds Max Benchmarks
- Solidworks Benchmarks
- Viewperf Benchmarks
- Viewperf Benchmarks, Continued
- Gaming Versus Workstation Performance : Radeon HD 4870 Versus FirePro V8700
- Summary And Conclusions