I wanted to close the gaming 3-way SLI test with the one game that is just not playable at "Very High" image quality settings. I think the title of the game, matches the average framerate that people get once they want a little more eye-candy .. it's a Crysis.
But yeah, we finally did it. And it only takes a grand or 3 maybe 4, coughs.
As you can see, above we have the medium image quality setting enabled, which pretty much most of us are using to be able to play this game. We leave CPU bottlenecks far behind us, and the framerate finally shows tropical surroundings.
But since the framerate is so good .. we might as well give the best possible settings a try.
Have a look at that folks, I can finally play the game on my 30" Dell monitor :) Obviously it ridiculous how much money we had to spend to achieve that. But yeah .. a truly amazing experience and phenomenal performance. 3-way SLI scales well .. very well.
Last test for today. This is 3DMark Vantage, we used the default performance test as it's pretty good actually. Though for a graphics card review, you really need to focus on that GPU score. 23323 points .. that's does not suck.
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