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F.E.A.R. Multiplayer Demo

The demo version of F.E.A.R. we use in our tests can make use of such advantages of the NV4x architecture as Shader Model 3.0, for example. That’s why the GeForce6 series cards look preferable here, even though they do not yield more than 50fps in the lowest resolution. The game is just too demanding about the performance of the graphics card as well as of the central processor. It’s simply impossible to get an acceptable frame rate in higher resolutions using the maximum graphics quality settings.

The GeForce6 are in the lead in the “eye candy” mode, too, even though they offer no more than 30 frames per second in 1024x768. It seems like you’ll have to forget about full-screen anti-aliasing if you want to play F.E.A.R. at the highest settings.

 
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