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2-way and 3-way AMD CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI scaling on Intel Sandy Bridge

Futuremark’s 3DMark Vantage is the world’s most popular 3D benchmark. A DirectX 10 benchmark, Vantage has been around for a very long time; we are now seeing single GPUs easily scoring nearly 2.5 times more than what one could score when the benchmark was first released. As for multi-GPU setups, the results can sometimes be eye-boggling!

3DMark Vantage Performance Preset

The Performance preset of 3DMark Vantage is somewhat limited by the processor. Even at a frequency of 4.7GHz, the performance increase is exponential as the number of cards increases.

 

3Dmark Vantage Extreme Preset

We did not see any sort of the CPU limitation in 3DMark Vantage’s Extreme preset. 2-way scaling is about 1.9x and 3-way scaling 2.7x.

 

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