"The Asus GeForce GTX 690 evaluation also presenting the Asus Radeon HD 7970. The Asus GeForce GTX 690 uses the GK104 GPU at 2x915Mhz and has 2x2GB GDDR5 storage operating at 6000Mhz. The Asus GeForce GTX 690 has a 2x256it Memory Interface, 2x1536 Shader Processor chips and DirectX 11.1. We will be benchmarking the Asus GeForce GTX 690 to the Asus Radeon HD 7970 using Aliens Vs Predator, War 3, Crysis 2, Dust 3, Hard Totally recast, Just Cause 2, Remaining for Deceased 2 and Missing World 2 for all activity benchmarking."
"Up until now, GPUs have managed at a set time rate when enjoying 3D games, even if they have the prospective to run quicker. GPU Increase wisely screens design work and improves time rate whenever possible. The outcome is that the GPU always functions at its optimum and you get the biggest framerate possible."
"Nvidia's Kepler GPU structure has been developed from the earth up not just for highest possible efficiency in the newest DirectX 11 games, but highest possible efficiency per w. The new SMX loading multiprocessor is twice as effective as the
before technology and the new geometry website attracts triangles twice as quick. The outcome is outstanding efficiency and the biggest picture quality in an stylish and power effective video card."
"Nothing is more annoying than frame rate stuttering and display shredding. The first tends to happen when frame rates are low, the second when frame rates are great. Flexible V-Sync is a more intelligent way to provide supports. At great frame rates, V-sync is permitted to remove shredding, at low shape prices, it's incapable to reduce stuttering. It gets rid of disruptions so you can get on with activity enjoying."
"Nothing is as spectacular as enjoying your preferred games across three screens. At 5760 x 1080, the extended area of perspective completely involves individual side-line perspective and provides for the most immersion encounter in rushing and journey simulators. Add in a 4th show to keep an eye on talk, e-mail or web while you are activity enjoying."