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Despite the enabled FSAA and anisotropic filtering the GeForce FX family managed to retain its leadership.

The higher gets the resolution, the farther behind falls GeForce FX 5600 Ultra. The only one who failed to defeat the latter appeared RADEON 9600 PRO.

In the highest resolution the situation we observed in RTCW repeated: RADEON 9500 PRO outperformed RADEON 9600 XT/PRO quite significantly. The gap between the fastest graphics cards is not so big: from 3.3 to 5.4 fps.

Judging by the benchmarks results, GeForce FX graphics card family suits better for Star Trek: Elite Force 2 game than the RADEON based solutions. As for the quality graphics modes, the situation of RTCW again repeats here: none of the mainstream graphics accelerators are capable to ensure sufficient speed in modern games with enabled FSAA 4x and Anisotropic filtering 8x.

 
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