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Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI Geforce GTX 285 2GB Videocard Review

Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI Geforce GTX 285 2GB Videocard Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: Everything you'd expect form a NVIDIA GT200b-based videocard is here: NVIDIA PhysX, CUDA, Hybridpower, 3-way SLI, Purevideo and Graphics Plus. Support for DirectX 10, OpenGL 2.1 are of course included as well, although NVIDIA has stated that it will be skipping DirectX 10.1 support altogether and instead go straight to DirectX 11.
 77% Rating:   
Filed under: Video Cards Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Gigabyte Sep 30 2009   Julian Apong  
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DX10 Videocard Benchmarks: Crysis

Crysis 1.2

Source: Electronic Arts

Crysis is a science fiction first-person shooter developed by Crytek. Crysis uses Microsoft's new API, DirectX 10 for graphics rendering, and includes the new engine—the CryEngine 2—that is the successor to Far Cry's CryEngine. CryEngine 2 is among the first engines to use the DirectX 10 framework of Windows Vista, but can also run using DirectX 9, both on Vista and Windows XP.

PCSTATS Benchmark ReportCrysis 1.2 - DirectX10
1280x1024 HQ Points Ranking
Palit HD4870 X2 2GB 40.46
Asus EAH3870 X2 1GB TOP/G/3DHTI/1G/A 39.7
Asus EAH3870 X2 1GB TOP/G/3DHTI/1G/A (Crossfire) 39.105
MSI R3870X2-T2D1G-OC 39.4
Asus EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A (rev.A) 58.13
Asus EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A 58.54
Asus EAH4850 HTDI/512M 40.835
MSI R4830 T2D512-OC (Radeon 4830) 36.55
Gigabyte GV-R477D5-512HB 43.4
Gigabyte GV-R477D5-512HB Crossfire 53.28
Asus EAH4770 FML/DI/512MD5/A 43.48
Asus EAH4770 HTDI/512MD5/A 40.86
ASUS EAH4550 512M 9.77
Gigabyte GV-R435OC-512I 6.86
Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI 57.55
ASUS ENGTX260 MT/HTDI/896MD3-A 49.66
Gigabyte GV-N26OC896H-GA 52.72
Sparkle GTX260 Core 216 49.69
ASUS ENGTS250 DK 49.16
ASUS ENGTS250 DK in SLI 64.63
ASUS EN9600GT DI/512MD3/A 29.52
Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI 31.23
ASUS EN9400GT DI/1GLP 7.41
1600x1200 HQ Points Ranking
Palit HD4870 X2 2GB 38.2
Asus EAH3870 X2 1GB TOP/G/3DHTI/1G/A 34.2
Asus EAH3870 X2 1GB TOP/G/3DHTI/1G/A (Crossfire) 37.17
MSI R3870X2-T2D1G-OC 33.8
Asus EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A (rev.A) 48.22
Asus EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A 46.35
Asus EAH4850 HTDI/512M 30.79
MSI R4830 T2D512-OC (Radeon 4830) 27.46
Gigabyte GV-R477D5-512HB 32.02
Gigabyte GV-R477D5-512HB Crossfire 49.37
Asus EAH4770 FML/DI/512MD5/A 32.07
Asus EAH4770 HTDI/512MD5/A 30.87
ASUS EAH4550 512M 7.05
Gigabyte GV-R435OC-512I 4.75
Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI 48.26
ASUS ENGTX260 MT/HTDI/896MD3-A 42.98
Gigabyte GV-N26OC896H-GA 44.26
Sparkle GTX260 Core 216 43.02
ASUS ENGTS250 DK 37.67
ASUS ENGTS250 DK in SLI 58.88
ASUS EN9600GT DI/512MD3/A 21.48
Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI 22.84
ASUS EN9400GT DI/1GLP 5.26
1920x1200 HQ Points Ranking
Palit HD4870 X2 2GB 35
Asus EAH3870 X2 1GB TOP/G/3DHTI/1G/A 29.9
Asus EAH3870 X2 1GB TOP/G/3DHTI/1G/A (Crossfire) 34.07
MSI R3870X2-T2D1G-OC 29.7
Asus EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A (rev.A) 41.04
Asus EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A 41.07
Asus EAH4850 HTDI/512M 26.2
MSI R4830 T2D512-OC (Radeon 4830) 23.43
Gigabyte GV-R477D5-512HB 28.68
Gigabyte GV-R477D5-512HB Crossfire 43.97
Asus EAH4770 FML/DI/512MD5/A 27.26
Asus EAH4770 HTDI/512MD5/A 27.78
ASUS EAH4550 512M 6.38
Gigabyte GV-R435OC-512I 4.32
Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI 42.37
ASUS ENGTX260 MT/HTDI/896MD3-A 36.9
Gigabyte GV-N26OC896H-GA 38.93
Sparkle GTX260 Core 216 36.91
ASUS ENGTS250 DK 33.56
ASUS ENGTS250 DK in SLI 50.4
ASUS EN9600GT DI/512MD3/A 19.38
Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI 19.4
ASUS EN9400GT DI/1GLP 4.76

Crysis is still very good at separating top-notch videocards from mere pretenders. Here we see the Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI with a framerate of 42.37FPS at 1920x1200, compared to the Radeon HD 4890 at 41FPS. Given the large price gap between the two videocards, PCSTATS anticipated a more decisive victory for the Geforce GTX 285. nVidia engineers, you've got some work to do!

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Contents of Article: Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI
 Pg 1.  Gigabyte GV-N285OC-2GI Geforce GTX 285 2GB Videocard Review
 Pg 2.  nVidia Geforce GTX 285 and the GT200 GPU
 Pg 3.  Videocard Power Consumption Measurements
 Pg 4.  nVidia GTX285 Overclocking to 800MHz?
 Pg 5.  Videocard Benchmarks: 3DMark06
 Pg 6.  DX10 Videocard Benchmarks: 3DMark Vantage
 Pg 7.  DX10 Videocard Benchmarks: STALKER
 Pg 8.  — DX10 Videocard Benchmarks: Crysis
 Pg 9.  DX10 Videocard Benchmarks: Call of Juarez
 Pg 10.  DX10 Videocard Benchmarks: Lost Planet
 Pg 11.  Videocard Benchmarks: FEAR
 Pg 12.  AA/AF Videocard Benchmarks: FarCry 2
 Pg 13.  AA/AF Videocard Benchmarks: Crysis
 Pg 14.  Gigabyte's 2GB GTX285 -You don't need this much power

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