The demo record on the Pier level contains a short run in thick grass and a long flight on a hang-glider during which you can enjoy the sight of water surface, realized with the help of pixel shaders.
The overclocked Leadtek gives you the performance of the RADEON X800 XT Platinum Edition and more, since 1280x1024 resolution.
Under harder conditions, the topmost RADEON X800 is unbeatable. Overclocking is profitable for the WinFast A400 Ultra, but is still not enough for a victory in this test.
This level contains open areas as well as caves lit by numerous light sources. Lighting is calculated on the per-pixel basis.
The results are similar to what we saw on the Pier level, but the RADEON X800 XT Platinum Edition is less brilliant here…
…although it is still the leader with FSAA and anisotropic filtering enabled. Overclocking adds some frames per second to the WinFast A400 Ultra, while the difference between it and the GeForce 6800 Ultra is negligible, only about 1fps.