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ATI cards benchmarked in Windows XP and Vista

Posted on Sunday, June 10 2007 @ 15:25:29 CEST by

HardOCP takes another look at the difference in framerates on Windows XP and Vista. This time they do the test with ATI cards.
It wasn’t a conscious effort on our part to specifically exclude ATI hardware from the original article. It was merely the fact that we had NVIDIA hardware on hand at the time, so we used it. Given ATI’s track record lately, we simply did not have any ATI cards on hand in our former [H] Consumer offices in Austin. The original plan was to just use one video card, but later we thought that two would be better. Who knew that three was actually the right number? We also wanted to keep the experiment as simple as possible. We wanted the article to be about operating systems, not hardware. For this reason, including ATI wasn’t at the forefront of our minds.
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