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CPU Scaling With the GeForce 8800 Series

Posted on Tuesday, February 20 2007 @ 08:32:06 CET by

Although the GeForce 8800 GTX is best suited to high-end systems, it can be utilized quite well on slightly slower processors. Of course we are not talking about slow processors here, in fact quite the opposite. However, the 1600x1200 resolution showed almost no performance variations between the eleven configurations with the FSAA and Aniso settings enabled. The only game to show noticeable performance differences when using lower clocked or lower performance processors was X3: Reunion.

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