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Thursday, 10 June 2010 11:04

Gainward GTX 465 Good Edition reviewed - 6. Dirt 2

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: The best Fermi overclocking potential so far


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At 1920x1200, Gainward GTX 465 Good Edition shows that we’re talking about a good gaming card, but the HD 5850 is still beating it price-wise.

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Switching to 2560x1600 sees the GTX 465 lag behind the HD 5850, to the point where the 5830 catches up with it. Still, even at this high resolution we still managed a playable framerate.

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