The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The game loses much of its visual appeal without HDR. Although some gamers argue that point, we think TES IV looks best with enabled FP HDR and test it in this mode.
The PowerColor HD 2600 Pro 512MB feels all right in Oblivion although it is slower than the standard ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro by 8-9% at 1280x1024. The PowerColor allows playing the game at the maximum graphics quality settings, even though the minimum of speed might have been higher.
In open scenes of this game the gap between the cards is the same in percentage terms, but the absolute speeds are lower. The Radeon HD 2600 Pro with a memory frequency of 500 (1000) MHz ensures a higher level of comfort.