GTX 295 & GTX 285 Graphics Cards

10. Far Cry 212. Grand Theft Auto IV


RaceDriver: GRID

Grid was tested at 1920×1200 and 2560×1600 with 4x anti-aliasing and 16x anisotropic filtering. Detail levels within the game were all set to their maximum level.

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When playing Grid we find that this is the first game in our test where there is a significant advantage for ATI cards. Starting with the 4870 which competes with the 280/285 there is a small benefit to using the Radeon but as we add GPUs it is clear that ATI has their scaling working exceptionally well. The end result being an average FPS advantage of 33 for the CrossFireX configuration over Quad SLI.

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