Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by EastCoasthandle, Jun 21, 2008.
Bam. Top score on 1680x1050 4XAA DX9..... but not for long i am sure
I take it you've finally installed the 177.66 drivers, eh?
nobody gonna update my 1680x1050 dx9 bench, i clearly had a score?? i' sad. ??
PALIT 9600GSO 384MB
That seems really high for a single GSO, especially only a 384mb card at that res. Are you sure you're using the correct settings on the bench?
1680x1050 4XAA, MAX Settings, DX9
stock clocks are 600-800-1500 its vmoded
also on the PALIT 9600GSO Sonic 768MB it didnt drop much in 1280x1024, 4XAA, MAX Settings, DX9
vmodded or not it still beats my 9600GTs in SLi
its also on a Q at 3.6GHz in specs
Ha, trust me, the full power of it never gets used in this bench.
check the hardware dude
a friend just got DMC for PC, and i must say... its not often a game comes out for PC without mouse support.
You seriously need to buy a 360 gamepad to play this game, unless you want to suffer with keyboard controls.
1680X1050 4xAA DX9
got past the 790/4400 lock
Devil May Cry 4 Benchmark
Q6600 @ 3.6ghz
2x 4850 @ 675/1050
a good look at how my 4870 compares to the 9800GTX it replaced/co-exists with
setting as as per in my sig and video cards are as follows
9800GTX @ 800/2000/2500 (core/shader/mem) 177.39
4870 @ 850/4500 catalyst 8.6
Epic win good sir.
yeah the 4870 seems to have truly and finally put the 8800/9800 to rest.
thanks for that wolf, its the most convincing thing i've seen towards getting a 4870 so far.
ty Mussels, i like to benchmark myself instead of blindly trusting websites, even though some of them are very good.
i was going to do a stock to stock comparison of both cards also, however i sold the 9800GTX not 15 minutes ago
planning for a new board and either another 4870 or an X2 for trifire.
whats also interesting is the 4870 vs slightly older nvidia drivers, which could bring more perspective on performance gains given not every card has shot up as much as a 9800GTX with 177.xx drivers.
9800GTX @ 800/2000/2500 (core/shader/mem) 174.74
4870 @ 850/4500 catalyst 8.6
4870 advantage over 9800 with 177.xx S1:1.3x--S2:1.28x--S3:1.36x--S4:1.35x
4870 advantage over 9800 with 174.xx S1:1.86x--S2:1.84x--S3:2x--S4:1.87x
DMC4 is better on ATI cards as its mostly shaders, there are games out there that run better on one brand than the other so its sort of unfair to consider just this one benchmark and not a whole assortment of games.
That said I also noticed from running the bench several times that its not exactly the same each time, the animations and camera angles seem to be semi random making it a good general test but a bad test to compare step by step.
Like I was trying to overclock my 4850's and due to the random nature of the benchmark I would sometimes see lower numbers after I overclocked 10mhz or so then next overclock they jump up 10fps.
To be fair Wolf was also going to bench Crysis, but it wouldn't install right, I was talking to him on messenger in between his benches.
I think he also got some 3dMark stuff done on both though.
it wont let me take a screen shot? is it jus prt scr, and wont let me run at 1650x1080 in DX9
Got it in a windows mode
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