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Old 07-17-2010, 04:29 PM   #11
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I'd pay a bit extra ($30) for a gtx 460, that would pwn the 5770
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I'd pay a bit extra ($30) for a gtx 460, that would pwn the 5770
you can also get 5830
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The 460 easily beats the 5830, you can't argue with that.
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Not true on benchmarks i saw gtx 460 better with more aa. 5830 on the other hand better in certain games and remember ferimi is hot
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Not true on benchmarks i saw gtx 460 better with more aa. 5830 on the other hand better in certain games and remember ferimi is hot
Fermi is the gf100 chip while the gtx 460 is based on the gf104 chip. Which means that it consumes less power than the 5830 and is around the same temps (2C less on idle and 2C more on load). I suggest that you read a review about it. You might learn something other than spewing uninformed assumptions.
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Fermi is the gf100 chip while the gtx 460 is based on the gf104 chip. Which means that it consumes less power than the 5830 and is around the same temps (2C less on idle and 2C more on load). I suggest that you read a review about it. You might learn something other than spewing uninformed assumptions.

As i said faster with more aa

and useing F* is more precise
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