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First person 3D shooters

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It’s all natural here: the cards lined up in an orderly fashion from top-end models down to junior ones. The graphics cards with NVIDIA’s chips feel well in low resolutions. In high ones, the competing products from NVIDIA and ATI are nearly equal.



We turn on full-screen anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering to see NVIDIA rule the low resolutions again. However, the new RADEON X800 GPUs strike back in high display modes. Well, RADEONs have always been most efficient under difficult working conditions.

 
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