Benchmarks: Crysis 2, Dragon Age II

Testing Crysis 2 at 5040x1050 saw the GTX 660 Ti SLI cards average 32fps, which was surprisingly identical to the HD 7850 Crossfire setup, making both dual-GPU configurations 19% faster than the HD 7970 and 33% faster than the GTX 680.

The GTX 660 Ti in SLI managed to separate itself from the Crossfire cards this time with 13% more performance, in addition to 17% more frames than HD 7970 and 29% more than the GTX 680. The HD 7850s were 4% faster than the 7970 and 14% faster than the GTX 680.

With 45fps in Dragon Age II, the dual GTX 660 Tis were 32% faster than Nvidia's single-GPU flagship and 67% faster than AMD's, while the HD 7850s fell 11% behind the HD 7970.

At 5760x1080, the SLI configuration delivered 39fps, 63% faster than the HD 7970 and 26% faster than the GTX 680, while the Crossfire setup was two frames behind the HD 7970 with 22fps.