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    Default Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ling,2865.html

    Brilliant work by AMD. The required power is a lot more impressive than the scaling!

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    Really impressive.

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    I don't believe tom's ...

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    Whoah :O Awesome stuff :O

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    AMDs Improving......xD

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    Whoa!!! Good work AMD
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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    Woah I was just reading this an hour back. Well I found similar reviews on other sites, where they praised CFX more than toms did. Toms usually bashes AMD but in some scenarios where AMD clearly wins they cant 中中 about.
    BTW 5 series cards dont scale well and get hurt by tesselation, its the 6 series cards that bring about the improvement.
    Now the sad part is the increase in shader count in the 69 series didnt see major improvements since basically its still the same architecture of the HD 5 series with better efficiency and scaling, same would go for the GTX 5 series which is basically fermi.
    GTX 570 is GTX 480 core
    GTX 580 is GTX 480 core with all SMD's unlocked
    GTX 560 is a GTX 460 core with all SMD's unlocked

    Now Nvidia did something with the chips and managed to get the heat down and improved the efficiency, I think they improved the no of polygon calculations or something, mone nai but some output is twice of that of the GTX 4 series which kinda improves the performance of the GTX 5 series.

    ---------- Post added at 00:16 ---------- Previous post was at 00:13 ----------

    Woah I was just reading this an hour back. Well I found similar reviews on other sites, where they praised CFX more than toms did. Toms usually bashes AMD but in some scenarios where AMD clearly wins they cant 中中 about.
    BTW 5 series cards dont scale well and get hurt by tesselation, its the 6 series cards that bring about the improvement.
    Now the sad part is the increase in shader count in the 69 series didnt see major improvements since basically its still the same architecture of the HD 5 series with better efficiency and scaling, same would go for the GTX 5 series which is basically fermi.
    GTX 570 is GTX 480 core
    GTX 580 is GTX 480 core with all SMD's unlocked
    GTX 560 is a GTX 460 core with all SMD's unlocked

    Now Nvidia did something with the chips and managed to get the heat down and improved the efficiency, I think they improved the no of polygon calculations or something, mone nai but some output is twice of that of the GTX 4 series which kinda improves the performance of the GTX 5 series.


    Btw Nvidia's ploy is to add excess tesselation in all their games, the ones that they sponsor, even with the AMD 6 series tesselation hasnt been much improved compared to the Nv cards, Nv cards are less hurt from tesselation, but the thing is tesselation kind decreases the efficiency of MSAA, and does NOT improve image quality after a certain level, Nvidia despite of knowing that are promoting developers to include as much as tesselation as possible, as seen in unigine.
    I did read an article on this and will post that later on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    I don't believe tom's ...
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    Yah, better not believe Tom's. It's not that they lie in every articles/reviews, but there're far better sites out there. But, they have records of taking bribery.

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    ^yea, toms' er kono 6850 result er shathe amar tar mile nai(far difference)
    guru3d,anandtech, benchmarkreviews(i don't believe this one though) er shathe mile.

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    DA2 runs horribly with tessellation on nVidia cards, so its not only them promoting it. AMD worked directly with Bioware to make sure DA2 runs perfectly at max settings. Even 580s in SLi are getting 20 FPS with Very High settings, and the difference betweem High and Very High is added HQ Blur, DOF, and tessallation.

    The game runs perfectly with the HQ blur and DOF, but tess kills the performance for nVi. Its weird that HQ Blur and DOF have selectable options but something as demanding as tessallation doesn't. It can only be disabled by playing at High

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Its weird that HQ Blur and DOF have selectable options but something as demanding as tessallation doesn't. It can only be disabled by playing at High
    In that way, you'll need to buy ATi cards to enjoy tessellation
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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    ^too bad, if it is true...afaik, no such amd sponsored games were of like this unlike green side. I guess it is nv driver, that need to do support dao2 ...with new driver release i think it will work properly with nvidia.

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    If it were the drivers then the problem wouldn't be with tessellation, that has always been, and still is, nvi's strong suite. Patch is already in the works from Bioware, hopefully a driver update will make everything better as well. The demo also had issues as well and Bioware promised that it was already fixed in the final version, yet they all remained.

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    Well I guess its AA or AF then, Nv cards are really hurt by AA and AF nowadays where in that regard AMD have very much improved, it might be a driver issue, well Bioware will solve it, but I fear nv cards will lag behind which is such an effing turn off for me

    ---------- Post added at 11:40 ---------- Previous post was at 11:39 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    ^too bad, if it is true...afaik, no such amd sponsored games were of like this unlike green side. I guess it is nv driver, that need to do support dao2 ...with new driver release i think it will work properly with nvidia.
    Actually AMD's now doing what Nv has been for a long time, I could be wrong though .

    ---------- Post added at 11:45 ---------- Previous post was at 11:40 ----------

    So I guess this shows that NV has been doing this 中中 with the other games, with tesselation that is and that the new radeons arent hurt by tesselation at all, just that its what NV wanted you Peeps to believe !
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    Nvidia'r business policy all time khub kharap. Ar AMD 5xxx series birki kore ato taka kamiolo kintu game sponsor kore na keno? Benchmark result jai houk, 99% games r nvidia biased.

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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    99% :S AMD game website e geso ?
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    Default Re: Triple-GPU Scaling: AMD CrossFire Vs. Nvidia SLI

    Quote Originally Posted by eXsTatik View Post
    Well I guess its AA or AF then, Nv cards are really hurt by AA and AF nowadays where in that regard AMD have very much improved,
    yea, ati 38xx was crap at aa...but, now there is not that much difference...not that nvidia is lagging behind.
    But, high resolution seems to favour amd much.
    Actually AMD's now doing what Nv has been for a long time, I could be wrong though .
    Base?
    Dirt2 sponsored by amd >work alot alot well with nvidia
    metro 2033 sponsored by nvidia>u must install phyx software to run it , even if u don't run any green card.
    Don't tell me about dao2, it is newly released...take time and make ur opinion.


    So I guess this shows that NV has been doing this 中中 with the other games, with tesselation that is and that the new radeons arent hurt by tesselation at all, just that its what NV wanted you Peeps to believe !
    Still amd lag behind in even normal level tesselation...

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    DA2 to AMD optimised e, aro time niye ki hobe. And 3x580 is beaten by 1x5870 at very high settings in DA2, its not AA, AF or the drivers, its the game being AMD optimised thats all. A method was found to enable other options of the Very High setting, and (un)surprisingly tessellation wasn't an option there. I can now play with HQ Blur, and Advanced DOF, its only when tessellation is on that the game becomes unplayable.


    And AMD has been sponsoring games for quite a while, its only when 中中 like this happens that makes sponsoring games look bad.

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    I guess bioware is working on a patch isn't it?

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    Ya, oita to kortei hobe.

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