EVGA GTX460 SLI Review
Starting with the old faithful Crytek engined Crysis Warhead. Although we don't use anti-aliasing because of the woeful optimisation from Crytek, the EVGA SLI setup still rocks hard here, giving 71 FPS in both configurations.
Dirt 2 comes with a heavy dose of anti-aliasing but unlike our Unigine tests it actually does affect the results negatively. Our overclock gives a great result too being 50% faster than the GTX480. Even at stock though it just eats through the frames.
Metro 2033 is the Crysis of the current generation in that very little gives what we consider to be smooth frame-rates. However because of this it's a great way to test how much power is available to us. Here the EVGA GTX460 SLI is neck and neck with the GTX480 at stock, and takes a 4 frame lead when overclocked. 4 frames when you're only dealing with 40, is a nice increase.