It my understanding that anything above 60fps is wasted. But is there any real reason to include it in the comparisons between cards? Wiki seems to indicate the with fast motion, 60fps (or higher) may be necessary to avoid judder. But with most LCDs at 60Hz (=60fps, according to Wikipedia), does having a minimum frame rate above 60fps matter at all?EDIT: Really though, its all about the numbers. Can a human even see the difference between 80FPS and 120FPS? I'm pretty sure we cant.
In that case, wouldn't the multiple monitor situation be taken into account in the stated resolution? Ie 2 monitors running at 25X16 would be a stated resolution of 50X16?Yeah I think any bench where all the cards are 100FPS+ at 25x16 don't really matter that much. Unless you want to run multiple monitors...
evga,xfx,bfg have lifetime, asus and giga 3 years if memory serves rightI really enjoyed the articles on the 480 and 470 very well done!
I have two questions that reflect my buying habits. #1. Will I be able to buy this 480 with a two year warranty? I will not be replacing my video card in less than two years! #2. How will this 90 C. temperature effect the life of the motherboard? I do not want to replace my motherboard because of an overheated Video Card. I will not be paying the price of an early adopter if it means frustration and lack of value.