Midrange Graphics Card Round Up

12. Call Of Duty 414. Quake Wars


Colin McRae Dirt

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Dirt was tested at 1920×1200 with 2x anti-aliasing and 16x anisotropic filtering. The detail levels within the game were all set to their maximum level.

When playing Dirt we again see some great performance from Gainward’s 8800 with the Zotac 8800 GT  1Gb also putting in a strong performance. Further down the scale the 9600’s are all very close in performance, with the 3870 splitting them all. Unfortunately the 3850 OC cannot handle this title at such a high resolution; it would be much better suited to 1680×1050.

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