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Unreal Tournament 2004

All graphics cards from this review have the same speed on the Torlan level. Both members of the RADEON X1800 family are a little slower than the GeForce 7 cards in the “eye candy” mode, though.

The same goes for the Metallurgy map: the cards have nearly the same performance, excepting high resolutions of the “eye candy” mode. The RADEON X1800 suffer from being optimized to execute complex version 3.0 shader code, and even the senior RADEON model is slower than the ASUS Extreme N7800GT here. The overclocked ASUS was almost as fast as the GeForce 7800 GTX, while the joining of two ASUS cards into a SLI configuration brought no tangible effect since its speed was limited by the performance of the central processor of the testbed.

 
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