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Benchmark project - PCI-E videocards since 2004

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Cards with different memory size are tricky to compare. Either your games can fit even the one with less RAM -> no performance difference. Or the other possibility - one card running fine and the other one slideshow.

I have some cards to try it with, so maybe one day. :)
 
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Throw enough graphics mods at game, and VRAM get's scarce REALLY fast :)
How many FPS 8800 GTX get's in Crysis in "High" preset with Full HD resolution.
Enabling AA on R600s should drop performance pretty hard (since AA is done via shader cores).
 
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