Gainward GeForce GTS 250 / XFX Radeon HD 4850 XXX

5. Call Of Duty: World At War7. Race Driver: GRID


Mirrors Edge

Mirrors Edge was tested at 1680×1050 with 8x Anti-Aliasing. PhysX was turned on and off as required.


When testing Mirrors Edge with PhysX off we see that the GTS 250 is significantly faster than the 4850, although both provide impressive results. When we turn on PhysX the GeForce drops in performance as the GPU is now handling a higher workload, despite this the performance is still excellent and actually compares quite favourably with the Radeon with PhysX off.

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