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BioShock Infinite Benchmark Performance

BioShock Infinite was tested at 1920×1080 with maximum detail. Then at 5760×1080.

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bioshock:CM Settings

Bioshock Infinite is the newest test in our review suite and with it being based on the mature Unreal Engine we have a game which performs excellently on both cards for raw FPS. Regardless of the resolution and settings used our framerates show as being playable and AMD offer the highest figures in each test.

For frame performance both cards do well, remaining under 25ms, at 1920×1080 but 5760×1080 results are all over the place. At 5760×1080 the AMD card remains low in terms of delivering frames but there are some spikes on NVIDIA, a couple up at the 60ms mark.

Here are examples of how the game looks at our tested settings.

BioShock Infinite Screenshot

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