Subject: Graphics Cards | November 25, 2011 - 12:55 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: sky, elder scrolls V, gtx 460, hd6850, GTX 560, hd6870, GTX 560 Ti, hd6950
The Tech Report, who hasn't been having a problem with Skyrim on their i5-750 system, tried out six mid-range cards to determine the best settings to provide decent performance. Following their new practice they do not measure frame rate but rather frame time, to find a level of performance where the frames are drawn in a consistent manner instead of varying from 100ms for one frame to 5ms for the next. Take a look and see how well these mid-range cards can manage the latest Elder Scrolls game.
"We've followed up our look at Battlefield 3 performance with a similar comparison of mid-range graphics cards in The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim."
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
- ASUS Radeon HD 6950 DirectCU II Video Card @ Pro-Clockers
- Eyefinity Examined with Sapphire HD 6970 x4 and Core i7 3960X @ Tweaktown
- X79 / Z68 / 990FX CrossFireX HD 6970 x3 Performance Analysis @ Tweaktown
- Core i7 3960X with 4-Way CrossFireX HD 6970 Performance Analysis @ Tweaktown
- Sapphire HD 6970 FleX Battlefield 3 Edition Review @ OCC
- VTX3D Radeon HD 6850 X-Edition Graphics Card Review @ eTeknix
- HIS 6950 IceQ 2GB @ XSReviews
- PowerColor DEVIL 13 HD 6970 2GB @ Tweaktown
- Sapphire HD6670 (low profile/single slot cooler) @ kitguru
- HIS HD6950 IceQ Crossfire @ OC3D
- Desktop Graphics Card Comparison Guide @ TechARP
- ARCTIC Accelero Xtreme Plus II @ Phoronix
- Koolance VID-NX580 GeForce GTX 580/570 Water Block Review @ Legit Reviews
- MSI N580GTX Lightning Xtreme Edition 3 GB @ X-bit Labs
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