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sorry for the many posts just clearing things up, yes i agree that gamespot is biased, yes prolly towards nvidia and intel, though honestly graphics i choose nvidia like i have said before, but cpu i choose amd.. but gamespot is biased on alot of game reviews too, i mean gta4 came out with a perfect 10.0, but yet in the review it said "It's not without some flaws, but GTAIV is undoubtedly the best Grand Theft Auto yet." if it has flaws it is not perfect now is it??? lol so i agree that gamespot may be biased, but the readers are as well, if not more so, no matter the website or company reviewing, someone is always gonna think they are biased no matter which party the review said was better.... and that is a fact...

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@curcica umm no 32 is not, i can tell the difference between 30 and 60 a whole lot actually. but anything over the 55-65 fps mark, the human eye cannot tell the difference, but i totally agree that 110 is no visual improvement to the human eye over 60fps.

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bottom line in general for most gaming the 4870x2 in crossfire, runs on-par with the gtx 280 in sli, granted on some games one may do better, and on other games the other may do better, but they are still that on par, if i were to say one was slightly better on preformance it would be gtx 280.

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@g3n3r41xan see man you have to understand marketing and sales.... Nvidia reduced the price of their gtx cards once the 48xx series of ati came out.... but it works on the flip side as well... many people dont realize this and i dont see why not... if ati released the 48xx series before the gtx just like nvidia did, then once nvidia released its gtx series ati would lower the price of the 48xx series, its called marketing... lol fact of the matter is this... is ati starting to stomp nvidia??? no they are not. they are starting to become some good competition though.... ati is better on the price aspect... but still great preformance, dont get me wrong im not knocking ati. and nvidia costs more and preforms a little better, but streight up if you want super preformance, and cost is not that much of an issue then nvidia is the way to go. i already have my sli 16x and 16x (not typical 8x 8x), 8800gt OCX, but lmao since i built this pc cost has become an issue with all the guitar equipment i aim to get, which is why im getting my girl an ati 3850 card, and her on board is ati, so i figured have her stick with ati... for under a 100 dollars you cannot beat teh 3850, and i mean under 100 dollars before any rebates lol. under $100 3850 all the way..

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@xsoulreaver main reason why ati doesnt cause it uses alot more software emulation than nvidia, second its funny when the gtx 280 a single GPU card, when you put it in SLI, out preformed the 4870 x2 (with 2 gpu's on each card) in crossfire in every game they tested here except the game in which sli or crossfire did nothing what so ever to preformance... so the x2 from ati, and the gx2 from nvidia were more marketing ploys than anything.... and ps... benchmarking means nothing to a real gamer, its how the cards actually preform while the games are being played Nvidia ftw.... though that being said i will say with all due respect, ati is finally starting to step it up a notch and actually be competition... but if ati's main selling point on these cards is the benchmarking, and not actual true preformance in games.. then so be it, and ill stick with nvidia. but that being said, im about to get my girl friend, an ati 3850 or 3870(depending on price situation at the time) and upgrade her from intergrated gpu, to one of the stated above cards, and over any intergrated gpu, the 38xx series will significantly multiply the preformance of her games.