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Highly Anticipated DirectX 9 Game 2

Danger level

The second next-generation game favors GPUs from NVIDIA for their high fill rate and effective work with DirectX 7-based game engines (For more details about this game see our article called Yet Another DirectX 9 Game: Lost Oblivion in Chernobyl). The difference between the reference board and the WinFast A400 Ultra is minimal again.

With FSAA and AF enabled, the Leadtek successfully rivals the RADEON X800 XT Platinum Edition.

Escape level

Like in all the previous tests, there’s a negligible discrepancy between the Leadtek and the reference GeForce 6800 Ultra card, while the effect from overclocking is substantial enough.

The RADEON X800 XT Platinum Edition feels better under a higher load, but the overclocked WinFast A400 Ultra is still unreachable.

 
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