Radeon HD 5770, Radeon HD 4890, And GeForce GTX 275 Overclocked

3D Performance By Resolution And AA Level

Here we have split the results into graphs by resolution and anti-aliasing level, with each chart ranking the cards by performance. This should make it easier to compare results, letting you find the card that performs best for your purposes at a certain resolution.

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  • silverblue
    I'm struggling to figure out why people keep using The Last Remnant as a benchmark considering how skewed its results are in favour of nVidia cards. Apart from that, good guide.
  • jennyh
    Nvidia bias as usual from THG.
  • Faustinono
    An HIS 5770 is available in Australia for under $A200, Powercolor even cheaper. Fantastic value, particularly with the scope for overclocking. I'll be in India for the next two months, interesting to check Mumbai prices.
  • damian86
    Nice guide.I'm happy how you tested it with the tom clancy's games,and fallout 3,but,to make it better Crysis & Crysis warhead should be in the list,those games need a powerfull engine:)Nice anyway.
  • Anonymous
    im also suprised the only 5000 series here is the 5770. ODD isnt it
  • Anonymous
    The 5870 and 5970 came out on the open market like what 3 months ago. It is odd that these guys cant acknowledge there EXISTENCE. I do believe they are biased in there benchmarks. I mean if u can show Nvideas 2gig card why on earth wouldnt u show ATI`s 2gig card. Or even the 1gig. Not very honest on there part i am ashamed to say.
  • Anonymous
    i am waiting to take order of one of these cards cant wait.....had to upgrade the psu to a 700w(mainly becaue it was cheeper then a 500w) going to put it all in 2morro night will let you know how it handles

    p.s good review