OverKILL3D ASUS Matrix Platinum GTX980 4 Way SLI Review

Fire Strike Ultimate

Overkill3D - ASUS Matrix Platinum GTX980 Quad-SLI Review

3D Mark Fire Strike Ultimate

As if Fire Strike wasn't strenuous enough we can run it in 4K, and finally the ridiculous amount of GPU horsepower in our OverKill3D system makes its mark. The four ASUS Matrix Platinum's nearly double the SLI pair.

Overkill3D - ASUS Matrix Platinum GTX980 Quad-SLI Review  

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13-03-2015, 11:23:40

vajoiner
i dont understand the extreme differences between websites with the same gfx cards 2xsli. like one site will say hitman absolution running at 75fps and you clocked 31fps at 4k. then the same site will have bioshock running at 67fps while you clocked 103fps at 4k. those are huge differences where you have a faster processor. the other site being a 3960.Quote

13-03-2015, 11:25:46

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by vajoiner View Post
i dont understand the extreme differences between websites with the same gfx cards 2xsli. like one site will say hitman absolution running at 75fps and you clocked 31fps at 4k. then the same site will have bioshock running at 67fps while you clocked 103fps at 4k. those are huge differences where you have a faster processor. the other site being a 3960.
We run our games maxed out - you can only compare like for like - as in our tests with our other tests.Quote

13-03-2015, 11:28:46

JR23
Sweet, well Overkill3D. I bet Valley and Hitman looked awesome in 4k. Did you do any Tri-SLI testing at all? I know it still wouldn't be sensible or practical on air but was just curious if it would alleviate some of the problems on the driver/coding side of things.

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13-03-2015, 11:32:31

tinytomlogan
Didnt do any 3 way no dude - this was only for fun reallyQuote

13-03-2015, 11:41:21

JR23
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Didnt do any 3 way no dude - this was only for fun really
Haha It did look fun and the AX1500i came in handy again, still I bet it was surprisingly low draw compared with the 295X2's ...just looking back to that Overkill3D the 980's smashed the 295X2's, that's pretty epic on air.

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