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Old 14th September 2009, 13:42   #1
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Icon17 ATI HD 5870 Benchmarks Hit The Web


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HD 5870: +10% to +155% over GTX 285 (in 17 games, total 40 configurations), -25% to +95% compared to GTX 295* with AA/AF enabled (AA: 2x-8x, AF: 8x/16x, in 16 games)
HD 5870 CrossFireX: (2 GPU) +/-0% to +90% over GTX 295 SLI*, (3 GPU) +10% to +160% over GTX 295 SLI* (in 15 games)

HD 5850: -25% to +120% over GTX 285 (in 19 games, total 50 configurations)
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Here are a few HIGH resolution pics of the HD 5870
some interesting comments on the pics:
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Very nice pics.
By 28cm you mean the whole card, and not just the PCB, that is, including the mounting bracket and DVI connectors sticking outside the case? The PCB alone should be 26.5cm.

And those pics confirmed the construction of the VRM:
● 4 "digital" vGPU phases with Volterra VT1157SF (never seen these before...), option for a 5th vGPU phase
● new type of vGPU inductor package
● 1 "digital" uncore (GDDR5 IMC?) phase with Volterra VT1157SF, option for a 2nd
● 1+1 "digital" GDDR5 vDD+vDDQ phases with Volterra VT242WF
● 2 Volterra VT1165MF controllers (vGPU & uncore)
● the card is SOFTMOD COMPLIANT, YAY!
● 26pin, option for 6pin+8pin - not that it matters, though

It's a strong PWM, overall. The PCB supports VT1195SFs aswell instead just the VT1157SFs installed, so there's an open upgrade path for even more stronger parts.
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"Someone calculated that the steps on the vertical axis are 20% (except for the first one which must be 100%). If AMD had chosen 5% for each step, the HD 5870 would have looked even more impressive. Good card. Stupid Graph."

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That graph is the most misleading I've seen in quite a while. Looks like 5870 would double or more the fps compared to 285, which clearly is NOT the case.

Thanks MM for the clarification.
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yes the chart without the X axis starting at zero makes it a bit weird; it does show the GTX 285 is being outperformed in all the games listed, and more so when higher AA is enabeld.

the last two charts added above here ^ should give a more realistic view.
either way; it will be a close battle, if HD 5870 is $299 and GTX 285 remains at $299 also http://www.google.com/products?hl=en&q=Geforce+GTX+285
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Looks like 5870 would double or more the fps compared to 285, which clearly is NOT the case.
HAWX
GTX 285: 54
HD 5870 : 109
109/2 = 54.5 = more than double
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Those numbers can't be right; there must be something wrong with either the nvidia or ati results.

It's always like this: "next-gen owns current gen by doubling performance" ... never turns out to be the complete truth.
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Well, the numbers for GTX 285 are about right, between 50-60fps at 1920x1200 4xAA/16xAF; numbers for HD 4870 X2 are too high, should be lower, also 50-60fps. Single HD 4890 sucks in HAWX... 28fps, in that chart it's faster than GTX 285...

source: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/vid..._13.html#sect2
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I think that says it all
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here another source with HAWX 1920x1200 4xAA/16xAF
http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/g....W.X,1337.html
GTX 285: 58.90
HD 4890: 37.90
HD 4870X2: 63.90
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