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Friday, 16 July 2010 16:53

EVGA GTX 460 SLI vs GTX 480 - 7. Metro 2033

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Faster and more quiet


At 1920x1200, GTX 460 768MB in SLI (reference clocks) outruns a single GTX 480 by 6%, whereas switching to Superclocked clocks more than doubles this advantage – 16%. GTX 460 768MB in SLI gives about 90% better performance compared to a single card.
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We didn’t increase the resolution to 2560x1600 in Metro 2033, but rather switche graphics settings from “high” to “very high”.

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