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F.E.A.R. Extraction Point

The graphics cards from ASUS pass this test in the same way as the previous one. There is a negligible difference between them. From a practical point of view, there is no difference at all: both cards are equally suitable for playing F.E.A.R., but the EN7950GT is preferable if you are into overclocking. You can overclock it to the level of the Radeon X1900 XT (don’t forget to replace the native cooler with something more efficient).

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The deferred rendering technique makes this game incompatible with FSAA, so there are only anisotropic filtering results here. We will only benchmark the cards in 1280x1024 resolution because of the high system requirements of the game.

There’s again a tiny difference between the EN7950GT and the EN7900GS Top. However, the overclocking of the latter card provides a smaller effect than in F.E.A.R.: you get an average performance growth of less than 10%. Both cards are slightly slower than the Radeon X1900 XT. The difference of 2fps isn’t crucial, though, and each of the three solutions can be considered suitable for playing this shooter.

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The EN7950GT is getting farther away from the EN7900GS as the display resolution grows up despite the higher GPU frequency of the latter card. The average performance of the senior model is near 60fps in 1900x1200 whereas the junior model is lagging 10-12% behind.

 
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