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Highly Anticipated DirectX 9 Game 1

The first beta version of this upcoming next-generation game runs faster on the ASUS card, although the advantage over the main rival is no more than three frames per second, and only in 1600x1200 resolution. The scene we are using for testing purposes is action-heavy, so it is the central processor of the system rather than the graphics card that becomes the performance bottleneck.

The Under Two level is free from any CPU-imposed limits, or this performance ceiling may be just higher, so the results are more representative. The ASUS V9999 Gamer Edition delivers the performance of the RADEON X800 PRO here, leaving it behind at overclocking, although only by 7-10fps (when the absolute speeds are about 80-100fps depending on the resolution).

 
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