Review Radeon HD 6970M CF vs. GeForce GTX 485M SLI

On the Battle of the Titans, recently conducted the latest skirmish in the eternal battle between arch-rivals Nvidia and AMD has begun. It has aim to find out which dual-GPU system sets the new standard for mobile performance, and we got our hands on a high-end notebook with the Radeon HD 6970M Crossfire and  the GeForce GTX 485M SLI. In this case the AMD’s alternative to Nvidia’s SLI is called CrossFire, there are Two Radeon HD 6970M GPUs represent the very best of AMD’s current portfolio. Beside that The DirectX 11 capable Radeon HD 6970M which produced using the modern 40 nm process , and it has the slick-sounding codename ‘Blackcomb XT’ and is equipped with 960 unified shaders (not directly comparable with Nvidia’s).

About the GeForce GTX 485M SLI is a combination of two GTX 485M GPUs – as you would expect – that are connected to each other via the so-called SLI Bridge. In other hand, the GeForce GTX 485M is part of Nvidia’s powerful Fermi generation (chip GF 104), moreover it is currently the fastest mobile high-end graphics card which provide 2048 MB of GDRR5 video memory and it is ideal with a 256 bit interface. Others features from GeForce GTX 485M provide 384 unified shaders promise first-rate performance.

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