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Three Factory-Overclocked, High-End Graphics Cards

Benchmark Results: Crysis

At 1920x1080, Crysis is showing us a very tight playing field here. The GeForce cards have a slight advantage in this title, though the factory overclocks don't seem to be doing that much. The average performance does seem to reflect a trend inline with the relative overclocks, though.

At the high 2560x1600 resolution, the playing field is even tighter. The Zotac AMP! edition card offers the best performance with a minimum frame rate that comes relatively close to 30 FPS.

  • knutjb
    Good to see sensible conclusions, bang for the buck.

    Amazing how well the ATI cards are doing given their time on the market.
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  • Jax69
    i am amazed by ati cards after one year on the market is still strong as hell. very good amd
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  • jonsy2k
    I'm not liking the trend of these cards consuming more and more pci slots to be honest.
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  • lashton
    lol GTX 480 aginst the 5870
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  • carlhenry
    GTX 480 is looking very good and sexy
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  • ohim
    Did your lights flickered when you powered up that GTX480 ? :)
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  • ^^^^^
    hahahahahhaah.
    liked the flickered thing.
    LOL
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  • h83
    So, the conclusion is that the only good point about those factory overclocked cards are their coolers...
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  • Tamz_msc
    Aliens vs. Predator favors the Radeons, just like Crysis favors the GeForce cards. However, the playing field remains very close
    The graphs tell otherwise.
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  • The Lady Slayer
    It's a shame the Big Green has paid off so many game developers that we'll never see a 'true' comparison between ATI & nVidia
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