Phoronix’s GeForce 6/7 Benchmarks

January 7th, 2006 by TimeDoctor

Phoronix let us know about some benchmarks they’ve run:

We have wrapped up our Linux testing in the eVGA e-GeForce 7800GT CO 256MB review. Not only have we tested this G70 card that runs at above normal frequencies but we have also ran additional comparison benchmarks with a GeForce 6600GT in SLI AFR, eVGA 6800GT 256MB, and the 7800GT card at overclocked speeds. In the article it can be seen where the various NVIDIA cards perform under Linux and where they hold up respectively with their AA and AF modes.

2 Responses to “Phoronix’s GeForce 6/7 Benchmarks”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Can you get a hold of a dual gpu asus card?

  2. Anonymous Says:

    That’s what I was thinking. SLI doesn’t really mean squat with dual GPU’s on the same silicone. The goal is to have the most power in the smallest real estate. And SLI ala 3DFX just isn’t the way to do this in the long run.

    Nobody wants to fill up all their PCI-E slots with video cards… It ain’t redundant, more stable, or less power consuming. It’s a shortcut. I’d also like to see more dual GPU cards come out.

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