MSI N275GTX Twin Frozer OC Reviewccokeman - July 19, 2009
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Featuring all-new game tests, this benchmark is for use with Vista-based systems. "There are two all-new CPU tests that have been designed around a new 'Physics and Artificial Intelligence-related computation.' CPU test two offers support for physics related hardware." There are four preset levels that correspond to specific resolutions. "Entry" is 1024x768 progressing to "Extreme" at 1920x1200. Of course, each preset can be modified to arrange any number of user designed testing. For our testing, I will use the four presets at all default settings.
- Settings (each preset): Default
- Entry: 1024x768
- Performance: 1280x1024
- High: 1680x1050
- Extreme: 1920x1200
By looking at the graphs it is easy to see which of the cards are the top performers. The N275GTX is only outperformed by the factory overclocked GTX 285 in all four resolutions. When the clock speeds are pushed the N275GTX delivers a higher level of performance. Sure the GTX 285 has a little left in the tank, but it would be a close call.