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    Post ATI Catalyst v8.3 sneak peek and benchmarks


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    whats a 38070 :/

    typo much

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    ATI had better get this driver right for games. I've had enough with their pwnage performance in just 3DMark and timedemo's but their shit performance in real games.
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    lols... yeah no point having good performance only in 3dmark when performance in real games take a drop...

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    eh, quad crossfire = downgrade?

    btw, 3870x2 vs 3870 + 3870, which 1 better?

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    Scalability like not so impressive leh.............

    14K for single 3870x2... then WTF only 1000+ increase for tri... and quad....

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    are you playing 3dmarks??
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    Quote Originally Posted by radier View Post
    are you playing 3dmarks??
    well some of us yes

    he i think we have wait until cat8.5 then we can have a good quad core performance,which at that time 4800 should be coming out right?


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    Wah nice hybrid CrossFire 1 3870x2 and 1 3870 but performance only 1k difference ... Hopefully as the driver matures it gets better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by radier View Post
    are you playing 3dmarks??
    Actually u have a good point.

    The graph after that shows a significant increase in FPS between a single 3870x2... and the Tri-Xfire.

    Props to you.



    But the dual 3870x2 has issues. Drivers probably.

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    btw, 3870x2 vs 3870 + 3870, which 1 better?
    The HD3870X2 uses only one slot to receive 16 lanes of PCI-E data.
    While 2 separate HD3870's can receive 32 lanes of data.

    The link between two cards shouldn't be any different.

    BTW, why didn't they test 3 HD3870's in triple Crossfire??
    The bridges just have to be connected in a strange way, but it's possible (not taking the drivers in consideration).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mister_fu View Post
    BTW, why didn't they test 3 HD3870's in triple Crossfire??
    The bridges just have to be connected in a strange way, but it's possible (not taking the drivers in consideration).
    Why would it be connected strangely? HD3870s require only 1 Crossfire connector.
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    ah, i see upcoming GPUfolding support for the 2000s and the 3000s
    nice