Benchmark scores in other reviews are only comparable when this exact same configuration is used.
|Test System - VGA Rev. 33|
|Processor:||Intel Core i7-4770K @ 4.2 GHz|
(Haswell, 8192 KB Cache)
|Motherboard:||ASUS Maximus VI Hero|
|Memory:||16 GB DDR3 |
@ 1600 MHz 9-9-9-24
|Harddisk:||WD Caviar Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB|
|Power Supply:||Antec HCP-1200 1200W|
|Software:||Windows 7 64-bit Service Pack 1|
|Drivers:||AMD: Catalyst 14.6 Beta|
R9 285: 14.30 Beta 2
NVIDIA: 337.88 WHQL
GTX 970/980: 344.07
|Display:|| LG Flatron W3000H 30" 2560x1600|
3x Hanns.G HL225DBB 21.5" 1920x1080
Dell UP2414Q 24" 3840x2160
- All video card results are obtained on this exact system with exactly the same configuration.
- All games are set to their highest quality setting unless indicated otherwise.
- AA and AF are applied via in-game settings, not via the driver's control panel.
- 1600x900, 4x Anti-aliasing. Common resolution for most smaller flatscreens and laptops today (17" - 19").
- 1920x1080, 4x Anti-aliasing. Most common widescreen resolution for larger displays (22" - 26").
- 2560x1600, 4x Anti-aliasing. Highest possible resolution for commonly available displays (30").
- 5760x1080, 4x Anti-aliasing. Typical three-monitor high-end gaming multi-monitor resolution.
- 3840x2160, No Anti-aliasing. 4K Ultra HD resolution, available on the latest high-end monitors.