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Painkiller




Note: minimal fps are marked with white numbers on the diagrams, black numbers represent average fps.

The RADEON X800 XT and the top-end representatives of the GeForce 6800 family (Ultra and GT models) achieve practically identical results; the RADEON X800 XT and the GeForce 6800 look well, too. The game remains playable even on the least powerful graphics cards like the RADEON 9600 XT and the GeForce FX 5700 Ultra. Note also a curious fact: all the tested graphics cards have the same minimal fps rate in Painkiller.




Note: minimal fps are marked with white numbers on the diagrams, black numbers represent average fps.

With full-screen anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering turned on, the new ones feel excellent; you can play this game in resolutions up to 1600x1200. The RADEON X800 XT wins here, while the RADEON X800 Pro is somewhat worse than the GeForce 6800 GT.An exception to the rule is the GeForce 6800, burdened by its slow memory. Anyway, the game’s engine is a well-made gadget, which runs smoothly in the “eye candy” mode even on the last-generation graphics cards.

 
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