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Third-Person 3D Shooters and Arcades

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow

The new version of Splinter Cell game allows us to use the full-scene antialiasing which makes it possible for us to benchmark graphics cards in both “raw-performance” and “eye-candy” modes using the title.

In low resolutions performance of all graphics cards is limited by the speed of our CPU, nevertheless, with resolutions climbing to 1600x1200 point, the RADEON X800 XT leaves the competitors behind.

The comment above is effective for the case with full-scene antialiasing and anisotropic filtering mode too – the RADEON X800 XT wins again.

 
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