Final Fantasy XI Official Benchmark 2
This is an official benchmark created by Square Enix Company. It includes a number of scenes from the upcoming Final Fantasy XI game, which promises to become the most beautiful and interesting online RPG.
The scenes involved in the testing doe not yield in quality to the Nature scenes from 3DMark2001 and 3DMark03. Moreover, unlike the latter ones, these scenes are not static, but are very live.
Unfortunately, Final Fantasy XI Official Benchmark 2 doesn’t support resolutions change and provides the results not in the fps but as the overall number of frames rendered within single pass. The results exceeding 2000 implies that Final Fantasy XI will run well on your system, and the result exceeding 4000 means that your system is powerful enough ton ensure high gaming performance even with the maximum image quality settings.
As you see, all testing participants managed to cope with this task well enough, except GeForce FX 5600 Ultra. Nevertheless, the official position of the game developer implies that if the result lies between 3000 and 3999, you PC may be considered “Very tough”. Your computer can run FINAL FANTASY XI for Windows enjoyably with the default settings. If your video card exceeds the recommended system requirements, it may be possible to run “FINAL FANTASY XI for Windows” easily even in high resolution mode.
Even enabled FSAA and anisotropic filtering do not allow the results to go below 3000. however, in this case the eldest RADEON solutions managed to show better performance than all toher testing participants. RADEON 9500 PRO has also performed very well and easily got to the level of GeForce FX 5900.