Palit GeForce GTS 450 Sonic Platinum SLI Review

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Palit GeForce GTS 450 SLI Review

Palit GeForce GTS 450 Sonic Platinum – SLI Review

Today NVIDIA launched their GeForce GTS 450 and earlier we took a look at how a few models performed in a single card configuration. The results were very positive however one of the main benefits of a £100/$120 card is that combining two is something which is easily affordable for most people. With this in mind we have taken another model, the Palit Sonic Platinum, and combined two in SLI.

We will be comparing this SLI system in a selection of real world gaming tests to its two main competitors, the 5750 and 5770 which are both tested in CrossFire mode. In addition to this we have also included some surround gaming at 5760×1080 (including video’s) as well as 3D Vision and PhysX testing. Not enough for you? Then how about some GPU computing and HD playback tests…

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