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> 3Dmark database category is no more relevant?, need volunteers for 3dm05/3dm06

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irenic
post Aug 8 2006, 09:28 PM

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i suggest we maintain the current style, i mean the category one

1) high end

2) mid end

3) low end

and better use price range. like rm1000 and over for high end, rm500-1000 for mid end, and below rm500 for low end.
that is more realistic since most of card has almost equal price. for eg: x1900xtx rm2.2k, 7900gtx rm2k.. 7900gt rm1.1k, x1800xt rm1.3k,

if based on pipeline, there'll be more confusion. x1900xtx is 16x or 48x ? hehe then 7900gtx is only 24x.

and increase the limit to 30. for me, 20 is so few, compared with soo many cards out there.. and better put brand of the cards, and cooling use.
so it can help people who wanna buy new cards.
so they wont ask, which 7900gtx is better, XFX or Winfast biggrin.gif

and lastly, maintain the SLI (or quadSLI) and crossfire section.


then how about 7950gx2? issit consider under SLI or single card? well since it is physically dual card, then let's put it under SLI category..

This post has been edited by irenic: Aug 8 2006, 09:36 PM
irenic
post Aug 8 2006, 09:30 PM

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double post.. sorry! stupid connection.

This post has been edited by irenic: Aug 8 2006, 09:37 PM
irenic
post Aug 8 2006, 11:29 PM

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dont u think pipelines will make people confuse? nowadays are not like last time, got sikit sahaja pipeline, either 4, 8 or 12..now so many.. then if 7900gtx 24x and x1900xtx 48x, both can be put under high end? it's almost double lor biggrin.gif

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