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Scaling: GeForce 7900GS vs Radeon X1950 Pro

Posted on Saturday, February 24 2007 @ 04:06:16 CET by

Tech Hounds is taking a look at how well the GeForce 7900GS and Radeon X1950 Pro scale when paired with a very overclockable processor like the Core 2 Duo E6300. From the results, it would seem ATI - ahem sorry, AMD - have the better part overall. They found the Radeon X1950 Pro can still push frame rates further, in reality closer to the GeForce 7950GT. No wonder AMD is sweeping off the mainstream market.

With a new platform comes the decision to choose which processor, memory, chipset and graphics cards to use. Our last article have answered some of the questions we have related to memory and chipset hardware. Now, we're taking two mainstream products - the GeForce 7900GS and the Radeon X1950 Pro to see which on offer more headroom and performance when paired with a fast processor like the Core 2 Duo E6300 running at 2.8 GHz.

You can check it out at Tech Hounds.



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