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Axle GeForce GT 430: Reaching for the Sky

Started by: BernardP | Date 01/28/11 04:18:06 AM
Comments: 5 | Last Comment:  02/02/11 07:20:38 AM

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NVidia made too many compromises/mistakes in the fundamental design of the GT 430. No amount of overclocking can compensate for this. One could also O/C the GT240...

Let's hope the GT 430's successor in the 5 series is better.
0 0 [Posted by: BernardP  | Date: 01/28/11 04:18:06 AM]
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Nice article, but it seems pretty unrepresentative to use FSAA 4x and AF 16x when determining the usability of cards of such low performance in gaming.
Perhaps it would be more useful to do the same tests without FSAA on and with trilinear filtering to see base playability (and the setting these cards would most likely to be subject to when used).
0 0 [Posted by: Communism  | Date: 01/28/11 09:08:09 AM]
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I amazed how a $20-50 used 8800gt after all these years still blow more expensive cards away in gaming benchmarks.
0 0 [Posted by: nforce4max  | Date: 01/31/11 05:50:18 AM]
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i was looking for a card specialised on second live virtual worlds over the internet looks nice this card only i don;t know his streanght with games of graphics ore streams ore etc. etc.
0 0 [Posted by: chipmonsky  | Date: 02/02/11 04:28:16 AM]
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Don't forget that on ATI cards, if you disable 4xAA and enable MLAA you'll have similar quality with almost double the framerate
0 0 [Posted by: TAViX  | Date: 02/02/11 07:20:38 AM]
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