Thread: GPU Ranking

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    GPU Ranking

    GTX 590/Radeon HD6990
    Radeon HD5970
    Geforce GTX580
    Geforce GTX570
    Geforce GTX480
    Radeon HD 6970
    Radeon HD 6950
    Geforce GTX295
    Radeon HD4870X2
    Geforce GTX560 TI
    Radeon HD5870 2gb
    Radeon HD5870
    Geforce GTX470
    Radeon HD6870
    Radeon HD5850
    Radeon HD6850
    Geforce GTX285
    Geforce GTX460 1gb
    Geforce GTX465
    Geforce GTX460 SE
    Geforce GTX460 768mb
    Radeon HD5830
    Radeon HD6790
    Geforce GTX280
    Geforce GTX275
    Radeon HD4890
    Geforce 9800GX2
    Geforce GTX260-216
    Geforce GTX550 Ti
    Radeon HD4870 1gb
    Radeon HD5770
    Radeon HD4870 512mb
    Geforce GTX260
    Geforce GTS450
    Radeon HD3870x2
    Radeon HD5750
    Geforce GTS250 1gb
    Radeon HD4850 1gb
    Geforce 9800GTX+/GTS 250 512mb
    Geforce 8800Ultra
    Radeon HD4850 512mb
    Geforce 9800GTX
    Geforce 8800GTX
    Radeon HD4770
    Geforce 8800GTS 512
    Radeon HD6670
    Radeon HD4830
    Radeon HD5670
    Geforce 8800GT 512/ 9800GT
    Radeon HD4730
    Geforce 9600GT
    Geforce GT240
    Radeon HD 2900XT
    Radeon HD3870
    Geforce 8800GTS 640
    Radeon HD4670
    Radeon HD2900Pro
    Radeon HD3850 512mb
    Geforce 8800GT 256mb
    Geforce 8800GTS 320
    Geforce 8800GS/9600GSO 384mb
    Geforce 9600GSO 512mb
    Radeon HD5570
    Geforce GT430
    Radeon HD6450
    Geforce GT520
    Radeon HD5550

    I listed older cards to simply give a frame of reference, below the HD5550 are the Geforce GT230 and lower, Geforce 9500GT and lower, Geforce 8600GTS and lower, and Geforce 7 and lower, as well as RadeonHD5450 and lower, Radeon HD4650 and lower, Radeon HD3850 256mb and lower, Radeon x1k and lower.

    These numbers can be backed up at any major review site, tomshardware, Techreport, techpowerup, anad ect, this is a basic list, how it preforms in the games you care about isnt listed this is an average of the benchmarks, use this as a basic gague when asking how say your old 8800GTS320 compares or if you should upgrade to a Geforce GT520 for instance.

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    I would prefer it in a benchmark with % differences so I know how much better card x is than card y.

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    this is a basic list, you wont find a benchmark of say a 6450 against an 8800GTX this information is taken by looking at sevral reviews from the past and present and putting that information together into a basic list as I stated in the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candlepally View Post
    use this as a basic gague when asking how say your old 8800GTS320 compares or if you should upgrade to a Geforce GT520 for instance.
    If only... It's missing the critical info of "how much better this card is than that one", which may lead into useless upgrades or false hopes.

    Also basing the order on things like 3D Mark has no relevance to performance in WoW where for example GTX295 and Radeon 4870x2 will suck due to lack of DX11 support and poor SLI/Crossfire scaling of old cards in WoW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by candlepally View Post
    this is a basic list, you wont find a benchmark of say a 6450 against an 8800GTX this information is taken by looking at sevral reviews from the past and present and putting that information together into a basic list as I stated in the OP.
    and you are completely ignoring the fact that the 5970, 6990 and GTX590 are dual GPU cards. Also, most benchmarks show that the 6970 is better than a GTX480.

    Net to that, in order for the top 3 cards to compete with the rest, you'd need to compare them to a crossfire/SLI setup. A crossfire setup of 2 6970 is better than a single 6990. And in most games crossfire 6970 tends to be better than anything else because SLI still seems to having some issues when going to higher resolutions.

    Next to that, WoW is heavier on the CPU and probably doesn't even support multi GPU setups.

    Personally, I prefer a 2 cards with a crossfire/SLI bridge over a dual GPU card, since I'd imagine that a dual GPU card might hav some heat issues considering it probably only has one fan and heatsink??
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    Quote Originally Posted by vesseblah View Post
    If only... It's missing the critical info of "how much better this card is than that one", which may lead into useless upgrades or false hopes.

    Also basing the order on things like 3D Mark has no relevance to performance in WoW where for example GTX295 and Radeon 4870x2 will suck due to lack of DX11 support and poor SLI/Crossfire scaling of old cards in WoW.
    This. Some cards could possibly beat out another card by minimal performance which would generally be a better buy to get the lesser rather than the greater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vesseblah View Post
    Also basing the order on things like 3D Mark has no relevance to performance in WoW where for example GTX295 and Radeon 4870x2 will suck due to lack of DX11 support and poor SLI/Crossfire scaling of old cards in WoW.
    The 4870x2 and GTX 295 can still run DX10 using shader model 4.0. They'll get near-identical performance increases since the main thing helping the D3D11 API right now is the improved memory management. The multi-GPU scaling is far from poor, too. Both WoW's game engine and the manufacturers' drivers have improved dramatically since conception.

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    OP is a moron, not only did he miss out SLI and get the list wrong, he gives false information about how you cant measure 2 cards directly

    Look at real benchmarks ffs : http://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU11/188

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfarrall View Post
    OP is a moron, not only did he miss out SLI and get the list wrong, he gives false information about how you cant measure 2 cards directly

    Look at real benchmarks ffs : http://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU11/188
    The list is correct according to mass benchmarking. He doesn't say you can't compare two cards in benchmarks, merely that you can't do it with this list.

    Learn some bloody manners and not everyone cares about SLI/CF benchmarks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleSilas View Post
    The list is correct according to mass benchmarking. He doesn't say you can't compare two cards in benchmarks, merely that you can't do it with this list.

    Learn some bloody manners and not everyone cares about SLI/CF benchmarks.
    Either way this thread doesnt need to be here.

    Google, result = http://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU11/188

    /thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfarrall View Post
    Either way this thread doesnt need to be here.

    Google, result = http://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU11/188

    /thread.
    No thread needs to be here if you use google.

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    This list is fairly accurate for the most part, but it should not be the only thing you look at when basing your decision. This list includes all single slot cards, not just single GPU cards. Performance will vary from game to game, direct x mode, resolution, etc and the list may not always be correct, it is a pretty accurate rough estimate.
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