Page 1:Introducing The GeForce GTX 800M-Series
Page 2:How We Test Nvidia's GeForce GTX 800M Graphics
Page 3:Results: F1 2012 And Tomb Raider
Page 4:Results: Arma 3
Page 5:Results: Battlefield 4
Page 6:Results: Far Cry 3
Page 7:Results: Metro: Last Light
Page 8:Results: 3DMark
Page 9:Power And Heat
Page 10:Average Performance And Efficiency
Page 11:Is The GeForce GTX 800M-Series A Better Buy?
Results: Battlefield 4
Although Battlefield 4's single-player campaign is mostly graphics-bound, our benchmark isn't a problem for these variations of Nvidia's GK104 GPU, though the GeForce GTX 765M gets a little sluggish at 1920x1080 using the High quality preset.
The GeForce GTX 770M pulls through that resolution well, fumbling as we step up to 2560x1600. Buyers of QHD-equipped machines will want a GeForce GTX 870M or higher upgrade.
Nvidia's 3D Vision technology might have been an option in Arma 3, but the frame rates in Battlefield 4 using High quality and 1920x1080 are too low. The GeForce GTX 880M dips below 60 FPS at one point, which would yield sub-30 FPS performance in each eye. We haven't pulled those 3D Vision glasses out for a long time...
Anyone who enjoys the visual fidelity of Battlefield 4’s Ultra preset will probably enjoy the performance of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 870M, 780M, and 880M.
- Introducing The GeForce GTX 800M-Series
- How We Test Nvidia's GeForce GTX 800M Graphics
- Results: F1 2012 And Tomb Raider
- Results: Arma 3
- Results: Battlefield 4
- Results: Far Cry 3
- Results: Metro: Last Light
- Results: 3DMark
- Power And Heat
- Average Performance And Efficiency
- Is The GeForce GTX 800M-Series A Better Buy?