F.E.A.R. High-End Performance

F.E.A.R. High-End Performance


F.E.A.R. High-End Performance


F.E.A.R. High-End Performance


F.E.A.R. High-End Performance


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  • Regs - Thursday, March 9, 2006 - link

    I can agree with that. SLI is clearly still a segregated part of the market.

    It's welcome...but...segregated.
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  • Ozenmacher - Thursday, March 9, 2006 - link

    Yes, good point. Or atleast use a different color or formatted bar so it is easy to distingush on another. Reply
  • smitty3268 - Thursday, March 9, 2006 - link

    Yes, that is the by far the biggest complaint I have about recent AT GPU reviews. Please, please put SLI/CF tests in a seperate graph from single card tests. Reply
  • Zoomer - Monday, March 13, 2006 - link

    Ditto. SLI is really a retarded marketing move and I hate nVidia for starting this.

    Look at all the recent mobo designs. Due to some weird fascination for SLI, almost all of them have weird slot designs with few PCI slots.
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  • PrinceGaz - Friday, March 10, 2006 - link

    I agree too, SLI/Crossfire results should be in a seperate graph. Reply
  • JNo - Monday, March 13, 2006 - link

    Me too Reply
  • Ozenmacher - Thursday, March 9, 2006 - link

    Oh, is there anyway you can allow post editing so I can change my bone-headed spelling errors ^^ Reply
  • frostyrox - Thursday, March 9, 2006 - link

    Derek, all these new cards say on the box "Built for Windows Vista", but i don't see anywhere that they support HDCP (High Bandwidth Content Protection). If i'm not mistaken HD-DVD and Blu-ray are going to be upon us soon, and they both will require hdcp compliant components, specifically your monitor and videocard. Seeing as these cards just came out and theyre boasting of Windows Vista compliance, could u possibly ellaborate on this for me. I seen to be missing something, thanks. Reply
  • Zoomer - Monday, March 13, 2006 - link

    Vista doesn't require HDCP. These cards, and many previous cards, will work just fine with vista.

    Only playing HD content with stock windows, stock everything, etc will require HDCP.
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  • Phantronius - Thursday, March 9, 2006 - link

    I see no reason to part with my 7800GTX OC 256meg from BFG just yet Reply

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