XFX Radeon HD 4650 1GB

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Crysis: Warhead

Crysis Warhead is one of the most resource hungry games you’re going to find on the market and is the perfect test for GPU capabilities. The game was tested at 1280×720 with mainstream settings and no AA or AF.


When playing Crysis Warhead the XFX Radeon continues its impressive performance and is able to outperform the GeForce by up to 9 frames per second. Most important though is the minimum frames per second figure which tells us that playing the game on the 4650 will give us smooth framerates but the 9500 GT will not.

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