Windows 7 Experience:
Windows 7 includes a benchmark to analyze the performance of several components. While there are 5 different scores, we will only be looking at the Graphics and Gaming Graphics scores. For these scores, the highest score possible is 7.9 and a higher score is better.
The scores for the Graphics and Gaming Graphics were identical for each card - so we won't waste your time with two separate charts. The ASUS GTX 560Ti scored a 7.8 at default settings, which was increased to 7.9 when it is overclocked. The biggest surprise was the ATI HD 6750, which received a 6.0 score.
Resident Evil 5:
The game Resident Evil 5 includes two integrated DirectX 10 benchmarks, which were run at a resolution of 1920x1080 with 8x AA.
The Fixed Benchmark looks at a fixed cutscene in the game. Here the GTX 560Ti performed about the same whether it was overclocked or set on default speeds. It did about 25FPS more than the other cards.
The Variable Benchmark is a benchmark of actual gameplay; this is probably a better indicator of how well the game will actually run. As expected, the GTX 560Ti received better scores than the other video cards, by close to 20FPS. With the overclocked settings, the GTX 560Ti got close to 10FPS better than the default speeds.