Performance in Simulators
IL-2 Sturmovik: Aces in the Sky
This time we limit ourselves with the first two resolutions of the pure speed mode, since the performance delivered by the test participants is low even in them.
Various flavors of the RADEON X600 XT win this test, but the PowerColor is the last among them at its regular GPU and memory frequencies. It becomes the best at overclocking, though. Once again we’re left wondering why PowerColor dropped the GPU clock rate of its card so low.
Lock On is a highly demanding game, too, but less so than Aces in the Sky. The tested cards are advancing neck and neck, but the PowerColor X600 XT of course wins at overclocking, since its memory speeds up better than the obsolete and slow memory of its competitor. In the eye candy mode the Albatron is behind the PowerColor X600 XT at the default frequencies, but overtakes it at overclocking.