http://www.theinquirer.net/12060214.htm LOL os drivers da nVidia plos vistos atrofiam ao 3DMark uns pontitos extra que não correspondem aos resultados da vida real!! Virtually all graphics card testers rely on this suite of tests to compare the performance of competing cards. And the graphics card makers are well aware of this. But Nvidia's high end graphics chipsets produce better results in the 3D Mark 2001 than they ought to, although the firm claims that this is a bug in the driver which it is fixing today. Documents THE INQUIRER has seen show that running the tests without the 3D Mark test screens on all nVidia's high-end graphics cards, produces lower scores in the tests than with the 3D Mark splashes turned on. Because it's a problem in the benchmarking software it seems that Nvidia is now pulling out all the stops to fix the bug, which produces different results than in real world applications. Alain Tiquet, marketing director of Nvidia Europe, told the INQUIRER that both his company and Mad Onion were aware of the problem and they are working together to fix the problem, which he said only made a few percentage points difference. A new driver to fix the problem will be made available later in the day, he added. µ É inadmissível! E queixavam-se da cena do QuakeIII nas 8500! Isto é muito pior! Bom.. a festa acabou, os próximos drivers já vão deixar de ter este "erro" e os scores das GF4Ti vão baixar, portanto já ninguem os quer. Humph, tou mesmo a ver que vão haver tristes a não actualizar drivers que por exemplo corrijam os problemas de aniso filtering que a GF4Ti tem, só para continuar com os seus falsos pontitos no 3DMark.. enfim.. LOL, havia de ter piada se as GF4Ti afinal ficassem a pé com as R8500XT, ou pior, com as Ti500!!