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ATI NVIDIA ranking list

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by subhendu, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. subhendu

    subhendu New Member

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    Everyone is asking advice -->which gpu is better ?
    I found the following from another forum ...he made this list by searching lot of benchmarks ...anyway sharing this to u frndz

    1) ATI HD5970 4 GB (Sapphire)

    2) ATI HD5970 2GB

    3) Nvidia GTX480 1536MB

    4) Nvidia GTX295 1792MB

    5) ATI HD4870X2 2GB

    6) ATI HD5870 2GB

    7) ATI HD5870 1GB

    8) Nvidia GTX470 1280MB

    9) ATI HD5850 1GB

    10) Nvidia GTX285 1GB

    11) ATI HD4850X2 1GB

    12) Nvidia GTX 280 1GB

    13) Nvidia GTX 275 896MB

    14) ATI HD5830 1GB

    15) ATI HD4890 1GB

    16) Nvidia 9800GX2 1GB

    17) Nvidia GTX260 1792MB

    18) ATI HD4870 1GB

    19) Nvidia GTX260-216 896MB

    20) ATI HD4870 512MB

    21) ATI HD5770 1GB

    22) Nvidia GTX260 896MB

    23) ATI HD3870X2 1GB

    24) ATI HD5750 1GB

    25) Nvidia GTS250 1GB

    26) ATI HD4850 1GB

    27) Nvidia GTS250 512MB/ 9800GTX+ 512MB

    28) ATI HD4850 512MB

    29) ATI HD4770 512MB

    30) Nvidia 8800Ultra 768MB

    31) Nvidia 9800GTX 512MB

    32) Nvidia 8800GTX 768MB

    33) ATI HD4830 512MB

    34) Nvidia 8800GT 512MB/ 9800GT 512MB/GTS 240

    35) ATI HD5670 1GB

    36) ATI HD5670 512MB

    37) ATI HD2900XT 1GB

    38) ATI HD4730 512MB

    39) Nvidia 9600GT 1GB

    40) Nvidia 9600GT 512MB

    41) ATI HD3870 512MB

    42) ATI HD4670 512MB

    43) Nvidia 8800GTS 640MB

    44) ATI HD3850 512MB

    45) Nvidia 9600GSO 768MB

    46) Nvidia 8800GT 256MB

    47) Nvidia 9600GSO 512MB

    48) ATI HD5570 1GB

    49) ATI HD3850 256MB

    50) Nvidia 7900GTX 512MB

    51) Nvidia 7800GTX 512MB

    52) ATI HD4650 512MB

    53) Nvidia 8600GTS 512MB

    54) Nvidia 8600GTS 256MB

    55) Nvidia GT 220 1GB

    56) Nvidia GT 220 512MB

    57) Nvidia 9500GT 1GB

    58) Nvidia 9500GT 512MB

    59) Nvidia 7900GT 256MB

    60) Nvidia 7800GTX 256MB

    61) Nvidia 8600GT 512MB

    62) Nvidia 7800GT 256MB

    63) Nvidia 7800GS 256MB

    64) Nvidia 8600GT 256MB

    65) Nvidia 7600GT 256MB

    66) ATI HD2600XT 256MB

    67) ATI HD3650 256MB

    68) ATI HD4550 256MB

    69) ATI HD5450 512MB

    70) ATI HD4350 1GB

    71) ATI HD4350 512MB

    72) Nvidia 7600GTS 256MB

    73) Nvidia 6800Ultra 256MB

    74) Nvidia 6800GT 256MB

    75) Nvidia 9400GT 512MB

    76) Nvidia GT 210 512MB

    77) Nvidia 8500GT 256MB

    78) Nvidia 6800 256MB

    79) ATI HD3450 256MB

    80) Nvidia 7300GT 256MB

    81) Nvidia 6600GT 256MB

    82) Nvidia 6600 256MB

    83) ATI 9800 256MB

    84) Nvidia 5900 128MB

    85) Nvidia 5800 128MB

    86) Nvidia 6200 128MB

    87) Nvidia 5700 128MB

    88) Nvidia 5600 128MB

    89) ATI 9550 128MB

    90) Nvidia 7200GS 128MB

    91) Nvidia 5500 128MB

    92) ATI 9200 128MB

    93) Nvidia 5200 128MB

    94) Nvidia 5200 64MB

    95) ATI 7500 64MB

    guys correct me if I am wrong ..I ll update the list
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2010
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  2. Techtu

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    Not saying it's wrong or anything but which forum... source?
  3. CrackerJack

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    yeah source would be nice. some of these i find hard to believe.... All stock gpu speeds. This is almost impossible for one person to do, consider there's CPU power. I'm pretty sure if he was searching benchmarks there not all on the same setup
  4. Zubasa

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    The lower parts of the list doesn't look quite right, and I wouldn't rank the 5830 over the 4890.
  5. Kantastic

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    Why not?
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    and where is the 7950gx2

    FAIL FAIL FAIL
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    I agree in general with the rankings, although I would do some minor shuffling around by a spot or two on the mid-ranged and lower/mid cards.
  9. erocker

    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    If you mean the 7950gx2 was FAIL you are correct. If you are saying it's fail because it's not on the list, it's actually a WIN.



    I like W1zzard's list better.
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    Yeah but W1z doesn't have the NV 5200 in his list!
    :laugh:
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    The hell is a 4860?:confused:
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    A 4890 with 640Sp and lower clocks ;)
    Suppose to be exclusive to China, but some did end up on the egg.

    Edit: Btw these monsters tends to OC as good as the 4890s while running cooler.
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    Here is two model's Sapphire do :)
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    this list is wrong in some spots, in my opinion that is

    I remember seeing it on overclock or somethin though a while back someone just added new cards.
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    I am getting 40FPS minimum at 1920X1200 in the stalker DX11 benchmark, and almost 200 maximum with a 70 average, all high settings.

    So from my standpoint 5970 4Gb, 5970, 5870 2Gb, 5870 are the winners, as Nvidia has no DX11 card yet.
    10 Million points folded for TPU
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    and the 5770 is above HD4870(and quite close to the 4890 in very few games)
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Interesting.

    Never heard of that model.
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    :laugh: That's what I was thinking. Even the HD 4870 should easily top the HD 5830?
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    Not really, the 5830 still averages out above the GTX 260 216SP, thus also faster than the 5770 and 4870.
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    Savvy consumer

    Realistically analyzing the 5830 it is at current prices a choice of not so savvy consumer ;)
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2010
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    For the not so savy customer the 5850 is the much better choice :p
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    list updated ^^^
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    Wish the Ti4200 was in there :laugh:

    Actually, I really do wish the X850, X1900 and X2900 were there, hard though when comparing different shader models support.

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