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Friday, 16 July 2010 16:53

EVGA GTX 460 SLI vs GTX 480 - 5. Aliens vs Predator

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Faster and more quiet

 

In Aliens vs. Predator at 1920x1200, EVGA GTX 460 768MB SLI manages to beat a single GTX 480 by about 12%, but the Achilles’ heel of these cards is evident at the highest resolution – 460 SLI loses to a single GTX 480 at 2560x1600 and with AA on. The culprit is naturally the amount of memory.

GTX 460 SLI scaling is really nice – it manages 90% better performance compared to a single GTX 460.

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