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Highly Anticipated DirectX 9 Game 1

Seafloor level



There’s a small difference in performance of the GeForce 6800 Ultra and the RADEON X800 XT in this game – about 3-5 fps. The RADEON X800 Pro starts out by repeating the result of the GeForce 6800, but leaves it behind in higher resolutions thanks to faster memory and efficient methods of using it. However, it still cannot reach the GeForce 6800 GT. As for the previous generation of GPUs, the RADEON 9800 and 9600 series are leaders in their classes.

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The GeForce 6800 Ultra and the 6800 GT are far ahead of the RADEON X800 XT and the RADEON X800 Pro, although the difference between the two top-end solutions diminishes in high resolutions.



The RADEON X800 Pro lost to its immediate market rival, but runs faster than the GeForce 6800. The GeForce FX family suffers a bitter defeat in the race with the RADEON 9800 XT/Pro, and even with the RADEON 9600 XT.

 
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