Zotac GTX680 SLI Review

Crysis 2

Zotac GTX680 SLI Review

Crysis 2

The final of our troublesome triumvirate is Crysis 2, a game which "three installs and that's your lot" protection became a positive annoyance for a long time. EA need to learn about customer support. So with that said there aren't any of the big hitting Tahiti XT Radeons to look at, but as we're only gaining 20 FPS over the single GTX680 we're not missing much. It's worth looking at the maximum frame-rates too, as there appears to be a hard-cap of 100FPS. By that marker the 97FPS average of the GTX680 SLI is clearly pushing the game as hard as it can be pushed.


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30-03-2012, 06:14:04

Nice review as always and it's still nice to see the brands evenly matched It's been awhile and as you have said many times in your reviews it don't matter which camp you want they are both as good as each other if you want Nvidia go that way if you want AMD go that way it great to see.Quote

30-03-2012, 09:01:07

Some decent performance, I love how cool these 680s run as well, the fan doesn't even spin up much so they are also quiet. The scaling is bound to improve with new drivers as well, hopefully to around 80%+.

Now, where can I steal a pair of these cards form Quote

30-03-2012, 09:44:50

I don't understand the CPU limited quote, and I'll be glad when those oc-bench-score-being-slower-than-the-stock-card disappear off the comparison charts. Both the bios numbers the same on these ? (should be easy to see on the stickers)Quote

30-03-2012, 09:47:35

Really nice review as always Tom. Not too impressed with the temps tbh. 77 C on an open test bench seems too hot imo, but since the fans don't really spin up making the cards uber quiet, it's a reasonable compromise.Quote

30-03-2012, 13:09:00

just imagine the fan power needed to cool these in a closed case ????Quote

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