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Gainward GeForce GTX 460 1GB Goes Like Hell (GLH) Edition in SLI (Page 15)

Shawn Baker | Aug 11, 2010 at 10:38 pm CDT - 0 mins, 42 secs reading time for this page
Rating: 94%Manufacturer: Gainward

Badaboom

Version and / or Patch Used: Release 1.2.1.7
Developer Homepage: http://www.nvidia.com//
Product Homepage: http://www.badaboomit.com/


Badaboom eliminates the frustration of video conversion by providing users with speed, efficiency, quality, and a sleek interface. In a practice that used to take several hours, Badaboom converts feature-length movies in a matter of minutes while keeping the videos looking crisp and clear.

By harnessing the power of NVIDIA CUDA-enabled GPUs, Badaboom offloads the CPU to allow users to continue browsing the Internet or checking email without decreased system performance, making transcoding high-quality video fast, easy, and painless.

Note: With the requirement for a CUDA enabled graphics card to run Badaboom, this means that we can only use NVIDIA based cards for this test.

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No surprises under Badaboom with that mid 9 minimum mark we've become accustomed to seeing.

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