HIS vs EVGA Midrange Gaming Face Off Review

Resident Evil 5 DX10

Midrange Gaming Shootout

Resident Evil 5 DX10

Single GPU - Stock Speeds

With the DirectX 10 setting applied Resident Evil 5 still shows a preference for the Radeon cards over the GTX460s. We still find that the GTX460 768MB hasn't quite got the beans necessary to keep up with the 1GB variant, although it easily remains playable.

 

Single GPU - Overclocked

Overclocked looks identical in terms of the order of cards, but the GTX460s now really gain a lot of performance from the extra oomph provided. Still neither of them can get up to the HD6850 or HD6870 yet.

 

Dual GPU - Stock

The Radeons continue their dominance at stock speeds. The smaller GTX460 gives a surprisingly good result, but equally surprising is the relative performance of GTX460 1GB.

 

Dual GPU - Overclocked

Once overclocked, something we've definitely seen has a larger effect on the performance of the GTX460s than the Radeons, everything neatly comes together with very similar performance across the board. A nice metaphor for the whole test really. Speaking of which, onto the conclusion.

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28-10-2010, 23:42:07

tinytomlogan
Every now and then a review comes along that you have to read, now is such a time.

Time for the Middleweight Championship of the world. In the red corner the HD6850 and HD6870. In the Green corner the GTX460 768MB and 1GB.

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29-10-2010, 04:01:46

Black
So looks like GTX460 is still worth to buy.Quote

29-10-2010, 05:51:01

silenthill
This is what I call a hard core review load of charts & game tests, I just hope your payslips justify your mass effort & I just want to let you know your efforts are much appreciated with us the readers; next month is going to be epic with the new GeForce GTX 580 & AMD Radeon 6970 so I’d recommend going to the gym to be in shape because we don’t want anybody collapsing during the tests from lack of sleep.

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