Great article my man! Extra special work as usual.. :thumbup: Hilbert or any of you guys do you know or can you recommend which(tbh I didn't Google it yet. I will do after this) is the best AA option? TXAA MED/HIGH or 2xMSAA? Or any of the other ones? Quality wise? Not interested in 4x and obviously a big Hella NO to the 8x. Although I agree with rest of the comment, unfortunately although it's only 9FPS more in 25x16, that 9FPS still corresponds to a 30% increased performance from the 680. Everyone complains about the testing method. Guys Guru3D tested 22 cards. I repeat, 22 cards. Not everybody owns a 7950/7970 or 670/680 or SLI/CF. He's been subjective and showing the results for a larger audience than just higher end GPU owners. A 6850 at High gets 25FPS and 18FPS in VHigh. Now imagine he used 2xMSAA or even 4xMSAA. I don't see any reason post a 5FPS result. That would render over half or most of the lower cards unusable. And if I had a 5850/6850/6870/7770 card and I knew that Guru3D doesn't test lower end cards and so my card wasn't included, I would definitely or at least probably wouldn't visit Guru3D to check the review. And that's bad for a website. He post the results as a reference. The rest is up to the viewer to take it from there. E.g your card it's barely playable at VHIGH. SO with a pinch of common sense, you can understand that with a few settings tweak or lowering to High, it will become playable. Simple as that. No need to make everything complicated. And about the different review results. I will quote the owner of this site and a well respect member of the Technology world. Now imagine every review website posted the same numbers/results using the same review patterns as everyone. 2 dozens reviews all the same in general? NO THANK YOU. And besides that if there was a specific review patterns companies might try to "cheat/optimize" specifically on those. I could go on and on about this and everything I said, but I will call it enough for now..