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Crysis 3

When it comes to Crysis 3, the cards differ less at 2560x1440 with 4x MSAA than at the lower settings. The ASUS is 2-3% faster than the reference Radeon R9 290 and 3-7% slower than the Radeon R9 290X.

Tomb Raider (2013)

We’ve got the same picture as in the previous game:

BioShock Infinite

The Nvidia-based cards are better in terms of average frame rate but have a much lower bottom speed. BioShock Infinite players report that the game runs smoothly on both Nvidia and AMD-based products, so the occasional bottoming-out of the frame rate must be a peculiarity of the benchmark. We can also note that there’s very little difference between the AMD-based cards here.

Metro: Last Light

First we run this game with Advanced PhysX turned on:

There’s no need to comment here as the results are obvious. When the additional physics effects are turned off, the Radeon R9 290(X) cards become more competitive:

There’s almost no difference between the reference AMD cards and the original ASUS.

GRID 2

Here’s one more game where the cards have close results at the higher visual quality settings. The only exception is the GeForce GTX 780.

 
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