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    Default HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    As the thread title says, I am in confusion. Which is going to be better? & BD te konta konta available & price related info dorkar.
    R hardware PhysX optimization ki major kono change aane gameplay te? 7 years dhore Radeon er একনিষ্ঠ user hisebe kisuta confusion a asi.

    PhysX er bepar ta sohoj vashay bujhai dile valo hoito decision making er jnno.
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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    আমি এটা বলতে পারি যে GTX 560Ti টা ভাল হবে। এটার দাম ২২.৫k পরবে। PhysX এর বেপার টা আমি বুঝাইতে পারব না

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    i would say go for Radeon 6950 @22k from Onix Computer IDB . . . i am going to buy it after a few months. it's perfect for casual gamers i think. go for 6950 if u r no interested in physX . . . if u r then go for 560ti undoubtly.

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Quote Originally Posted by little.shuvo View Post
    As the thread title says, I am in confusion. Which is going to be better? & BD te konta konta available & price related info dorkar.
    R hardware PhysX optimization ki major kono change aane gameplay te? 7 years dhore Radeon er একনিষ্ঠ user hisebe kisuta confusion a asi.

    PhysX er bepar ta sohoj vashay bujhai dile valo hoito decision making er jnno.
    Image Quality Comparison

    Note that the screenshots have been taken from the game's built-in benchmark and are not captured at exactly the same time, so expect a little variance between them. Having that said they clearly show the difference made by the anti-aliasing and PhysX features.

    PhysX Off/AA Off Quality Sample #1


    PhysX Off/AA On Quality Sample #1


    PhysX On/AA On Quality Sample #1


    In the first set of images you will notice that with anti-aliasing turned off there is not a huge difference in visual quality. There are just a few jagged edges that are smoothed over such as the window frame, still overall not a huge difference in this scene.

    With PhysX turned on in the third screenshot the only key difference is the rubble on the window sill. This alone saw our GeForce GTX 480 drop around 15% of its original performance. That’s a big hit for a few pebbles.

    PhysX Off/AA Off Quality Sample #2

    PhysX Off/AA On Quality Sample #2

    PhysX On/AA On Quality Sample #2


    Again please remember that these screenshots were not taken at the exactly same time so not all changes are relevant.

    We see little difference in visual quality with anti-aliasing disabled and enabled. The real difference can be seen with PhysX. Now when the rubble explodes from the wall it stays on the ground and creates a real mess. However the cost of all this mess was huge when using our GeForce GTX 480 graphics card, over 60% of the original frame rate was lost.

    PhysX Off/AA Off Quality Sample #3

    PhysX Off/AA On Quality Sample #3

    PhysX On/AA On Quality Sample #3


    When looking at the comparison shots from this scene we find much the same story. Anti-aliasing doesn't significantly clean up the image while PhysX adds rubble and a much more realistic feel that will come at a heavy cost as we will look into shortly.


    PhysX Off/AA Off Quality Sample #3

    PhysX Off/AA On Quality Sample #3

    PhysX On/AA On Quality Sample #3


    This last series of screenshots are a little different as they give us a wider view of an outdoors scene. Still we see that anti-aliasing doesn't do much and with it turned on we still see quite a few rough edges. As before, the difference between having PhysX on and not having it is debris. With PhysX on we have lots of shattered glass on the ground along with a little rubble


    ---------- Post added at 20:43 ---------- Previous post was at 20:41 ----------

    http://www.techspot.com/review/312-mafia2-performance/

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Physx implementation is half decent in a handful of games, Mafia II, Batman series, Metro 2033 and a couple of other good games. Adds similar features to the photos shown above. So if you want to find out if PhysX will benefit you, look at the games you play along with upcoming games, see how much of a difference PhysX makes (and how many of those games actually support it), then decide how important PhysX will be to you in your decision.

    Sad thing is, those effects shown in Mafia II can easily, very easily be done with normal havok physics, too bad nvidia pays the devs to implement their own physics engine.

    Nvidia generally have better drivers but AMD drivers arent as bad as they were before, do some research on that. From a performance alone standpoint, 6950 is slightly faster and you can always attempt to unlock the extra shaders for a further ~5% boost. The decision is upto u
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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    physx on korlay to dakhi gpu beshi power hungry hoay jay....

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Nvidia generally have better drivers but AMD drivers arent as bad as they were before, do some research on that. From a performance alone standpoint, 6950 is slightly faster and you can always attempt to unlock the extra shaders for a further ~5% boost. The decision is upto u
    Doesn't that apply to the 2GB versions only? Naki 1GB teo extra shaders ase?

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Physx implementation is half decent in a handful of games, Mafia II, Batman series, Metro 2033 and a couple of other good games. Adds similar features to the photos shown above. So if you want to find out if PhysX will benefit you, look at the games you play along with upcoming games, see how much of a difference PhysX makes, then decide how important PhysX will be to you in your decision.

    Sad thing is, those effects shown in Mafia II can easily, very easily be done with normal havok physics, too bad nvidia pays the devs to implement their own physics engine.

    Nvidia generally have better drivers but AMD drivers arent as bad as they were before, do some research on that. From a performance alone standpoint, 6950 is slightly faster and you can always attempt to unlock the extra shaders for a further ~5% boost. The decision is upto u
    And what about CUDA?

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    CUDA is next to useless. A few apps support it and they are rarely used. About unlocking 1GB cards, yes its possible. You unlock the shaders only, not a direct flash to 6970 BIOS.

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Ok I think I'll go for HD 6950. CUDA & PhysX stuffs are quite complicated for me. As a faithful Radeon user, I'll go for it.
    Now the question is about availability of this particular model in BD market.

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Ya PhysX is only available in a handful of games and even then not all are used well. Mafia 2 is probably the best showcase of PhysX, but there's something wrong with that review. AA made a huge difference in that game, especially if you were outdoors.

    ---------- Post added at 23:33 ---------- Previous post was at 23:32 ----------

    Oh PhysX in Alice was great too, but a huge performance killer, you needed to do some tweaks to get decent framerates in 560ti and lower cards @1920x1080.

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Quote Originally Posted by little.shuvo View Post
    Ok I think I'll go for HD 6950. CUDA & PhysX stuffs are quite complicated for me. As a faithful Radeon user, I'll go for it.
    Now the question is about availability of this particular model in BD market.
    & thanks to @Mazhar & @abir vaia for the information.
    Both cards are powerful, HD6950 seems just little bit better but may be little bit costly also.
    I suggest check the BD market price. Buy the lower priced card as both are damn good card

    You can check these two review on GTX560Ti vs HD6950

    Legitreviews: http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1533/1/
    Guru3D: http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon...60-ti-review/1

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Quote Originally Posted by little.shuvo View Post
    Ok I think I'll go for HD 6950. CUDA & PhysX stuffs are quite complicated for me. As a faithful Radeon user, I'll go for it.
    Now the question is about availability of this particular model in BD market.
    Bhalo decision, PhysX is over-rated, IMO, and khub kom game e use kore. BD te Gigabyte and Sapphire pawa jay 6950...

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Get a HD 6950 and try to get a physx dedicated card(second is what i recomment).........

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    @Shuvo , 7 yrs to ati use korla! Aibar aktu taste change koro. Ami hoile, ati 6950 2gb reference modelta khujtam, which can be unlocked to 6970. Na paile gtx 560ti nitam.

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    If you're an overclocker,get the 560Ti

    It'll be a beast in hands of an OCer

    But I know that you don't OC, :/ so get the 6950


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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    get the 6950
    its slightly better than the gtx560
    and 6950's scale extremely well in crossfire if u get a second card in the future

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    @little.shuvo

    why don't you update your gadgets?

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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    Quote Originally Posted by sayemcom View Post
    @Shuvo , 7 yrs to ati use korla! Aibar aktu taste change koro. Ami hoile, ati 6950 2gb reference modelta khujtam, which can be unlocked to 6970. Na paile gtx 560ti nitam.
    Hmm vai. HD 6950 e motamuti sure. Kintu unlocking+OCing eisob theke duure thaki. Kisuta vitu manus tow, tai r ki

    ---------- Post added at 14:50 ---------- Previous post was at 14:49 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    If you're an overclocker,get the 560Ti

    It'll be a beast in hands of an OCer

    But I know that you don't OC, :/ so get the 6950
    hmm khati kotha.

    ---------- Post added at 14:50 ---------- Previous post was at 14:50 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    If you're an overclocker,get the 560Ti

    It'll be a beast in hands of an OCer

    But I know that you don't OC, :/ so get the 6950
    hmm khati kotha.

    ---------- Post added at 20:04 ---------- Previous post was at 14:50 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by emroz_2272 View Post
    @little.shuvo

    why don't you update your gadgets?
    Korte iccha kore na vaia. Kisuta uneasy feel kori.
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    Default Re: HD 6950 vs GTX 560Ti : Which ones are available in BD & which one will be better?

    you don't have to put it on your signature, just update your gadget list! you have a very nice system, update your list bhai. it's not like you are boasting you know! @little.shuvo
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