I find this a interesting approach...if proven out, this could be useful to the game coders as well as the graphics card developers. It would be interesting to hear from those that know.. how these results would translate to a Xfire/Tri/Quad set up.
From the report:
Quote " A couple of tech sites (TechReport, NordicHardware.se) reported that AMD’s Radeon cards may push more frames on the screen in one second than nVidia’s GeForce but the gameplay is not as smooth as on the “green” cards. I’m not going to go in high detail about their findings. I have my own reasons to believe it’s not the actual card that’s causing these issues; the whole red vs green discussion serves no purpose here."
Edit: The Fraps version can be had here : http://sourceforge.net/projects/frafsbenchview/files/
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