Gigabyte GTX460 Super Overclock

Published by Marc Büchel on 07.02.11
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World in Conflict

World in Conflict, 1920 x 1080, high details, 8xAA 16xAF Average Percent
Palit GTX 580 SLI 110 fps 164.18 %
ASUS ARES 5870X2 2DIS 4GD5 106 fps 179.66 %
Zotac GTX480 SLI 83 fps 140.68 %
AMD Radeon HD6970 CrossFire 82 fps 138.98 %
ASUS EAH5970 77 fps 130.50 %
ASUS ENGTX 580 77 fps 130.50 %
ASUS GTX 470 76 fps 128.80 %
Gigabyte HD5870 Super Overclock 72 fps 122.03 %
MSI HD 5870 Lightning 69 fps 116.94 %
ZOTAC GTX 285 SLI 69 fps 116.94 %
ASUS HD6970 DirectCUII 68 fps 115.25 %
ASUS EAH6970 2GB 67 fps 113.56 %
ASUS EAH6950 2GB 61 fps 103.39 %
ZOTAC GTX 275 1792MB SLI 59 fps 100.00 %
ASUS EAH5870 59 fps 100.00 %
ASUS EAH5850 59 fps 100.00 %
ASUS EAH6850 DirectCU 57 fps 96.61 %
nVidia GTX 295 SLI 57 fps 96.61 %
Zotac GTX 480 57 fps 96.61 %
ASUS GTX285 Matrix 56 fps 94.91 %
Gigabyte GTX460 Super Overclock 55 fps 93.22 %
nVidia GTX 295 53 fps 89.83 %
MSI GTX 275 Lightning 50 fps 84.74 %
ASUS EAH3870X2 26 fps 44.06 %
ASUS ENGTS250 DK 25 fps 42.37 %
EVGA 8800 GT 512MB 21 fps 35.59 %
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Resident Evil 5

Resident Evil uses nearly every modern rendering technology: HDR, Hemisphere Lighting, Soft Shadows, Soft Particles, Field- und Motion-Blur oder auch Alpha to Coverage and static Ambient Occlusion. Furthermore Resident Evil 5 has been optimized for multicore architectures and already comes DirectX11 ready. By using the DirectX9 as well as the DirectX10 benchmark we can again show you CPU-scaling with low resolutions and the compared to the CPU overproportional influence of the graphics card at high resolutions.

Resident Evil 5, 1920 x 1080, high details, 8xAA 16xAF Average Percent
AMD Radeon HD6970 CrossFire 162.50 fps 169.62 %
Palit GTX 580 SLI 140.10 fps 146.24 %
ASUS ARES 5870X2 2DIS 4GD5 123.20 fps 128.60 %
ASUS EAH5970 119.50 fps 124.73 %
ASUS EAH6970 2GB 113.60 fps 139.46 %
ASUS HD6970 DirectCUII 113.00 fps 117.95 %
ZOTAC GTX 285 SLI 108.60 fps 113.36 %
ZOTAC GTX 275 1792MB SLI 108.30 fps 113.05 %
ASUS ENGTX 580 107.30 fps 112.00 %
ASUS EAH6950 2GB 105.70 fps 110.33 %
Gigabyte HD5870 Super Overclock 105.00 fps 109.60 %
MSI HD 5870 Lightning 104.30 fps 108.87 %
nVidia GTX 295 100.50 fps 104.90 %
ASUS EAH5870 97.20 fps 101.46 %
Zotac GTX480 SLI 96.50 fps 100.73 %
ASUS EAH5850 95.80 fps 100.00 %
nVidia GTX 295 SLI 95.30 fps 99.48 %
ASUS EAH6850 DirectCU 93.30 fps 97.39 %
ASUS GTX 470 90.30 fps 94.25 %
Gigabyte GTX460 Super Overclock 88.10 fps 91.96 %
Zotac GTX 480 75.20 fps 78.50 %
ASUS GTX285 Matrix 75.00 fps 78.28 %
MSI GTX 275 Lightning 62.40 fps 65.13 %
ASUS EAH3870X2 51.60 fps 53.86 %
ASUS ENGTS250 DK 44.40 fps 46.35 %
EVGA 8800 GT 512MB 34.6 fps 36.10 %
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Page 1 - Introduction Page 6 - Futuremark
Page 2 - Specifications Page 7 - Unigine Heaven / Stone Giant
Page 3 - Preview Page 8 - World in Conflict / Resident Evil 5
Page 4 - Overclocking Page 9 - Call of Juarez / Far Cry 2
Page 5 - Testing conditions Page 10 - Conclusion



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