EVGA GTX690 Review including Quad SLI

Batman Arkham City

EVGA GTX690 Review including SLI

Batman Arkham City

The joys (!) of console conversions. It doesn't matter how much GPU power you throw at Batman Arkham City, it still refuses to make full use of them. In fact the extra CPU cycles taken up by the SLI setup causes us to lose performance in the minimum frame-rate.



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11-08-2012, 12:09:44


We finally get our hands upon the latest twin-GPU card courtesy of EVGA. Two of them in fact. Welcome to the GTX690.

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11-08-2012, 13:16:07

thanks Tom, great insight on what is available and what possibilities these can provide.
the "overkill" was absolute nuts.. noted that the SLI config, the CPU scoring was elevated
from the single card tested. are you still attributing this to the simulation software?
don't think i'll be easing one , or like two into my system, but it was great to see them in
action. give that author a pat on the back!
one last was is there some validation that on these dual GPU card in SLI that the monitoring is
actual both cards, not just one card with two GPU? you had noted on the afterburner showing
dual fans on a single fan card.. just an observation...


11-08-2012, 13:16:38

How can it be described? Awesome among awesome configs? :P
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