ZOTAC GeForce GTX 680 Graphics Card SLI Performance Review

14. GTX 680 vs GTX 59016. FXAA and TXAA


ZOTAC GeForce GTX 680 SLI Graphics Card Review

GTX 680 3D Vision Performance

Like previous generations of GeForce product the GTX 680 fully supports stereoscopic 3D for games and movies. To test this technology we ran through our 1920×1080 Skyrim test again (8xAA, 16AF, Ultra, FXAA).

Skyrim


Benchmark Results

NVIDIA recommend a few image quality tweaks for 3D Vision to look its best in Skyrim (water detail, crosshair settings etc), for our testing purposes we have not enabled them so that we may compare framerates in a like for like situation.

As shown above the GTX 680 has no problem running Skyrim with 3D and maximum quality enabled, it averages 45fps rather than 101 as the card is processing twice the work however is completely smooth when playing. Adding a second ZOTAC card enhances performance, averaging over 60fps with maximum game detail and peaking as high as 86fps.

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