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Performance in Simulators

Colin McRae Rally 2005

The results of this test are expectable. Thanks to its 20 pixel pipelines and the ability to effectively execute relatively simple pixel shaders, the non-overclocked ASUS Extreme N7800GT leaves the RADEON X1800 XL behind in the “pure speed” mode. But when we turn on FSAA and anisotropic filtering, the ASUS card finds itself occupying the last place – its memory works at the same frequency as on the RADEON X1800 XL, but the memory controller is less efficient. NVIDIA’s SLI technology helps the two ASUS Extreme N7800GT cards win this test and ensure a frame rate of 100fps and higher even in the hardest display mode.

 
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