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Thursday, June 12, 2008
GT200 Scores Better at Crysis - Benchmarks Revealed


Nvidia's upcoming GT200 series of GPUs will be the first cards to offer adequate frame rate for Crysis game title, at least according to early benchmarks.

Although these numbers are not confirmed, The Inquirer has posted some results indicating that Nvidia's new GPUs offer adequate performance.



    Geforce GTX 280 Geforce GTX 260
Memory  
1024MB GDDR3
896MB GDDR3
GPU speed  
600MHz
575MHz
Memory speed  
1100MHz
1000MHz
Memory bandwidth  
512bit
448bit
Driver  
177.26
177.26
3DMark2006
1280x1024
15750
14750
1920x1200
14500
13000
1920x1200 8AA
10000
8500
3DMark vantage
Entry
25000
23250
Performance
10500
8500
High
7250
5750
Extreme
5000
3750
Crysis
1280x1024, AA OFF & Medium Quality Settings
77.25
69.75
1920x1200, AA OFF & high Quality Settings
37.75
29.75


None of the currently available graphics cards are capable of offering adequate FPS with Crysis at 1920 x 1024 with High Quality Settings enabled.

The GeForce GTX 280 and the GTX 260 will be available later this summer priced at $450 and $650 respectively. AMD is also expected to release the ATI Radeon 770/4870 series at the same period.


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