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3D Performance 2003: Third-Person 3D Shooter games

The second group of our tests includes the games offering the third-person view of the scene. Let’s check out the results of our testing participants here.

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell

The game is going to leave the pages of our reviews pretty soon, because its popularity among gamers starts to decrease little by little. Nevertheless, it is still pretty beloved, so we simply couldn’t miss it out this time.

Well, there is nothing new here: RADEON family is still ahead of all, which is actually not at all surprising. It is a curious fact that this game is more sensitive to frequencies rather than to the number of working pipelines, which actually determines the failure of RADEON 9500 PRO. By the way, the problems with the shadows, which have already been described in one of our previous articles, result from the same roots as the problems with FSAA in Halo game mentioned above. Hopefully, NVIDIA will improve the situation with the image quality with the time.

 
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