AMD's Mobility Radeon HD 6970 In CrossFire On Eurocom's Panther

Benchmark Results: Crysis

A few Tom’s Hardware editors have kept Crysis around as a torture test, and it certainly brings today’s configurations to a crawl. SLI takes top rank at our lowest test resolution, even as single GeForce cards fall to the bottom.

CrossFire emerges as the leader when resolutions and details are increased. In the same vein, anyone unfortunate enough to be stuck with a single graphics module will want to make sure it has a Radeon HD 6970M GPU at least if you intended to game.

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  • Impressive AMD results!
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  • Looks awesome!
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  • Impressive gaming performance, power draw and price.

    Just goes to show AMD is more than just a big hitter in the CPU ring. Well done.
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  • So here we go again... using CPU tests for GPU articles...

    You know programs like photoshop, 3dStudio Max etc can really benefit from a good GPU, but definitely not on that tests you are running here.
    At 3d studio final renders are a CPU job and the GPU doesn't get involved in that at all, but if we have a heavy populated scene and we try to move around the camera or an object with openGL/Direct3D preview on all 4 views, THEN a good GPU can make the difference and this is where we can see as well the benefits of pro cards vs the gaming ones.

    So please, use the software and the hardware in a better way so we can get a better picture of the performance, people doesn't just play games, we are interested to see the actual benefits from a GPU while we work as well.
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