Video Card Comparison Charts- Gigabyte Geforce GTX 260 SOC Added

Videocards/VGADB by jmke @ 2010-06-02

In this live article we will continuously add more video card results compared in 15 benchmarks, run at 5 different resolutions/settings, and also measuring power consumption, noise and temperature. In short: a result database. In our initial release we have tested 15 different video cards, ranging from low end Geforce 8500 GT to high end HD 5870 in CF. Relative Performance Charts added!

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Futuremark Synthetic 3D Benchmarks

These synthetic 3D benchmarks from Futuremark allow you to evaluate the expected performance of a system with different generations of games. As each 3DMark uses different features and quality settings, it allows you to get an idea of how your system will perform.

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Comment from jmke @ 2009/09/15
We'll soon have full reviews of the Gigabyte HD 4770, Asus HD 4850 Matrix and Asus HD 4890 included in these results charts.
The other VGA cards were previously photographed and explored by me, geoffrey, massman and other reviewers;

this results database will not replace the stand alone reviews, which will still appear on the site, but their results will go into this database for a larger comparison tool; currently the charts are a bit poor, we'll aim to improve them, and add more configuration options to them, as we learn the tools of the trade.
Comment from JAMF @ 2009/10/18
The numbers from the 5870 are missing in the last graphs on two pages, for the 1920x1200 4xAA 16xAF

Not allowed to post linked URL's yet, so here are the page 3 and 5 URL's 53 53
Comment from jmke @ 2009/10/18
thanks for spotting that! I entered the data but mismatched the resolutions; I'm generating new charts now, after a page reload the results for HD 5870 should be there;
also got some HD 5870 CF results I have to add