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Nvidia 8800 GT and GTS Showdown: XFX, Zotac and Gainward

Nvidia 8800 GT and GTS Showdown: XFX, Zotac and Gainward

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Lost Planet

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Lost Planet was tested at 1280×960 with 2x anti aliasing and 16x anisotropic filtering. All game settings were at their maximum level and DirectX 10 mode was used.

After a strong showing from the 8800 GT in the last test we see a return to a more normal trend in Lost Planet. The Average and minimum frames per second both favour the GTS models but the GT does manage to provide us with higher minimum framerates.

 

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Stuart Davidson

4 Comments

  1. how do you get blazing angels 2 to run in 1080p I can only get a max of 1280×960 4:3 or 1280×1024 (squashed) Help me BA1 had a launcher allowing 1080p

  2. m8

    512mb is a lot for this day and age.

    Sincerely m8

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