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Thursday, June 10, 2010
Gainward GTX 465 GOOD Edition review

4. FutureMark Hall Of Fame

We start with the results coming out from Futuremark's benchmarks. These include the results of the 3DMark 05, 3DMark 06 and the 3DMark Vantage software tests.

The Gainward GTX 465 GOOD scored 17044 points, which is high enough to get the third place in our Hall Of Fame ranking. The GTX 470 sample from Inno3D took the 5th place, followed by the GTX285 solution:

 

At the 3DMark 06 benchmark the Gainward GTX 465 GOOD maintained the 3rd place, with the GTX 470 to follow closely:

The 3DMark Vantage provides performance marks for various resolutions, offering a most complete picture of what we should expect from each card. In the following chart we have added the results of four competing cards, including the Gainward GTX 465 GOOD of course. This time the GTX 465 GOOD was closely following the GTX 485, with the latter to have a marginal lead in resolutions lower than 1920 x 1200. Contrary to the previous results, the GTX 470 is leading the test, leaving the GTX 465 GOOD behind. It is obvious that the results coming out from these benchmarks are not really consistent so we have to take some in-game FPS measurements later on in order to come up with safer conclusions:




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