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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

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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-2 #1 Calabros 2010-07-17 09:16
forget the 460 ... make love with Tabs above the article. Anand should learn :-)
+1 #2 blandead 2010-07-17 21:57
very good start! now we need a dual gpu of this and nvidia might catch up
+4 #3 Quartz 2010-07-19 13:59
I just wish I could afford the kit.
+4 #4 SiliconDoc 2010-07-25 07:33
Well, the gtx460 SLI rivals the 5970, which costs $720, in other words, more than the 480, and LOT MORE than the two GTX460's.
So, as of now, the 5970 is obsolete. Expect plenty of idiot red roosters to cluck and cluck, upchuck, and never deliver the bucks for one.
In order to avoid the raging red roosters clucking and wing flapping and barnyard seed pecking and puking, I'm sure Fudzy decided to talk about the 480, instead of 5970.
Nothing like a little peace away from the raging reds for once.
Ahh, it's so nice in here.

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