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ATi 5870 wiping the floor with Nvidia's topper, the GTX 280M!! BENCHMARKSS
#1
Hello

THIS NEWS IS FOR NOTEBOOKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Now im an ATI fan

Sources: GIZMODO and ANANDTECH

Gizmodo:

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000: The First DirectX 11 Graphics Cards for Notebooks Kill Crysis!!

ATI continues pressing the 3-month lead it has over Nvidia's next-gen Fermi architecture with another set of DirectX 11-supporting graphics cards—this time for notebooks, with the Mobility Radeon HD 5000 series. Preview benchmarks show the top-of-the-line 5870 wiping the floor with Nvidia's topper, the GTX 280M.

And from Anandtech:

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Check the Link ^ for more benchs...

ATI is awesome!!!

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#2
No surprise here. The HD 5870's design is well known to be the most power and heat efficient GPU available. The desktop 5870 doesn't hold too much of an advantage over the GTX 280 in pure performance, but does so at like 33-50% less power and heat. That was bound to translate exceptionally well to the Mobile edition; especially since a cool GPU on a laptop isn't just good for the GPU's speeds but also for the CPU speeds as well.
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(01-07-2010, 02:40 PM)Air Wrote: No surprise here. The HD 5870's design is well known to be the most power and heat efficient GPU available. The desktop 5870 doesn't hold too much of an advantage over the GTX 280 in pure performance, but does so at like 33-50% less power and heat. That was bound to translate exceptionally well to the Mobile edition; especially since a cool GPU on a laptop isn't just good for the GPU's speeds but also for the CPU speeds as well.

And to add to that the 280m is not based on the GT200 series chip but G92b so it was no competition really.
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#4
Funny how 125% looks twice as high as 100%.
Clever.
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#5
What Blink

ATI outbeats nvidia in power?!

EDIT: nvidia also made the gtx 285m and it still doesn't compare. EDIT: its actually still in development.
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(01-08-2010, 08:55 AM)dr_thrax Wrote: Funny how 125% looks twice as high as 100%.
Clever.

Typical marketing scams. The scale is actually correct (25% differences are consistent on the graph) but instead of starting from 0% it starts from 75% giving the effect you described
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#7
It looks like Asus is already developing a laptop with the HD 5870.

Truly a beast but hopefully they put in something with a higher clock speed then the i7-720QM. I'll take the new i7-620M any day.

I expect it to have a lower battery life then the gtx 280m but this is ati we're talking about.
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#8
Well it is a clever marketing scam to make the graph look bloated, but it's also not entirely incorrect within the scope of Mobile GPUs. Mobiles have been lagging so far behind the desktop versions in recent years that even 25% improvements are fairly substantial.

More importantly, I looked it up and the HD 5870 Mobile uses 50 watts compared to the GTX 280M's 75 watts. So yeah, expect longer battery life and a cooler overall system (allowing higher core cpu clock speeds and overall improved stability).
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(01-08-2010, 04:58 PM)Bositman Wrote:
(01-08-2010, 08:55 AM)dr_thrax Wrote: Funny how 125% looks twice as high as 100%.
Clever.

Typical marketing scams. The scale is actually correct (25% differences are consistent on the graph) but instead of starting from 0% it starts from 75% giving the effect you described

Funny how 100% is twice as high as 75%

Hahahahahaha. Smile.

It's originally showing you 75% - 100%, and then it's showing ATI's 100% - 125%, which is Double.
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#10
i hate AMD slides. They always like that. I don't recall nvidia put the same trick. But how knows, maybe i miss it.

and GTX 280M was released almost a YEAR ago. In march 2009. As far as i know, nvidia plans to release Fermi in March 2010, both mobile and desktop. Then we will see who is wiping the floor.
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