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Friday, 16 September 2011 09:12

Gainward GTX 560 2GB reviewed - 9. Crysis 2

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: GTX560 1GB vs GTX560 2GB

 

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We couldn’t see a performance difference between the GTX 560 cards despite using high-res textures. Still, we noticed during gaming that Gainward’s GTX 560 2048MB exhibited no stutters whatsoever, which wasn’t the case with the 1024MB version. GPUZ shows that Crysis 2 likes a hefty frame buffer, as the GTX 560 1024MB’s tends to be completely filled out.

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Gainward GTX 560 2048MB

As you can see from the picture below, even the GTX 560 2048MB’s memory buffer was filled out at one moment.

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