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    Alleged Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 3DMark benchmarks published

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    Re: Alleged Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 3DMark benchmarks published

    Anyone know how those scores stack up against the current competition?
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    Re: Alleged Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 3DMark benchmarks published

    Hang on, didn't KFA2 change their name to galax last year ?

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    Re: Alleged Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 3DMark benchmarks published

    Quote Originally Posted by CK_1985 View Post
    Anyone know how those scores stack up against the current competition?
    3d mark have a great advanced results finder here:
    http://www.3dmark.com/search?_ga=1.7...&cpuName=Intel Core i7-4770K&gpuName=NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760

    But putting 4770k and gtx 760 and dragging the score bar down to get rid of those pesky SLI set ups gives results like this: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8309147

    So it looks about on par with a 760 in synthetics, so I'd say +10-20% in real games and a decent power saving.

    Doesn't blow socks of that's for sure buts it's evolutionary. Depends on the price now...

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    Re: Alleged Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 3DMark benchmarks published

    3dmark is dumb, how come the gpu scores are dependant on cpu? I'm looking at my 31fps in graphics test1 on my 760 and thought this 960 card is really good with its 50fps, but actually its not because i dont run 6 core cpu? If that is the case then why people even use this program as reference since at any point you can make say 980 slower than 780 simply by changing cpu

    Would love to see heaven tests as they have no fluctuation on scores if only cpu changes.
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    Re: Alleged Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 3DMark benchmarks published

    Quote Originally Posted by aniilv View Post
    3dmark is dumb, how come the gpu scores are dependant on cpu? I'm looking at my 31fps in graphics test1 on my 760 and thought this 960 card is really good with its 50fps, but actually its not because i dont run 6 core cpu? If that is the case then why people even use this program as reference since at any point you can make say 980 slower than 780 simply by changing cpu

    Would love to see heaven tests as they have no fluctuation on scores if only cpu changes.
    Well, 3d mark states them separately. Using the advanced search function you can also limit what CPU is used in the benchmark.

    It's just a broad-brush comparative. Hardly indicative of real world performance as Nvidia and AMD optimise for these now. But you can at least say something like "the 960 will be roughly in line with a 760" before we have full reviews.

    But I'm sure I read the NDA is to be lifted tomorrow so I don't think we will be waiting too long for proper reviews.

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