We took some graphic cards And we checked - where we get the best gaming performance
For several months now, the new operating system from Microsoft has been making quite a bit of noise and waves among gamers. When launched, many found the Windows 8 as an attractive prison. It seems that for a large part of the PC user population, switching to 8 windows is no less than an intrusion on an intelligent interface with Metro, and the elimination of the traditional and useful start button has not helped.
since, Windows 8 was rubbed together with an important update called 8.1 (probably out of fashion to call it a service package and so good). The 8.1 update brought with it a number of improvements and additions, such as advanced search tools, the possibility of avoiding the annoying metro screen, and more.
The common claim since it was launched Windows 8 is that there is an improvement in system performance, that hardware utilization is simply better than Windows 7. Well, we gathered today to examine this, at least in gaming.
- Processor: Intel core i7 4770K 4.2Ghz
- Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Extreme LGA1150
- Memory: G.Skill Sniper DDR3 2X8GB 1600Mhz
- Power Supply: Corsair HX-series 1050W
- storage: SanDisk Extreme SSD 240GB SATA3
- Driver Video Cards: AMD Catalyst 14.1 Beta, Geforce 332.21
- Operating Systems: Windows 7 SP1 Ultimate 64BIT, Windows 8 Enterprise 64BIT
Tested video cards
- NVIDIA Geforce GTX 780 3GB
- I HAVE D Radeon R9 280X 3GB
- NVIDIA Geforce GTX 670 2GB
- I HAVE D Radeon R9 270X 2GB
The performance was examined in the same manner under 2 operating systems to give an estimate of whether there was any improvement Performence.