The situation is exactly the same in this resource-hungry Crysis 2 game:
Hard Reset Demo
However, the results in Hard Reset do not stand out much:
Besides everything we have already seen above, we would also like to point out Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 cores. When overclocked, this card is an absolute pack leader in the test mode with enabled antialiasing.
Batman: Arkham City
Here we have to give due credit to the overclocked MSI R7870 and PowerColor PCS+ HD 7850 for their excellent results.
The same two cards do great in Battlefield 3 game. They catch up with and even outperform the reference Radeon HD 7950 and HD 7870 cards:
The inexpensive XFX Radeon HD 7770 BE is again the slowest of all, and overclocking doesn’t help it too much. To be fair, I have to remind our readers that this is a graphics card from a completely different price segment. Although I wish it could be overclocked to match the performance of an HD 7850.
If you would like to race funky pick-up trucks along the unique tracks in DiRT Showdown game, any graphics card starting with Radeon HD 7850 and up will be powerful enough. However, Radeon HD 7770 might be a little too slow for that, as you can clearly see from the results demonstrated by XFX Radeon HD 7770 BE:
MSI R7870 and PowerColor PCS+ HD 7850 look very confident against the background of their higher-end rivals (especially the MSI card).
Sniper Elite V2 Benchmark
The new Sniper Elite V2 Benchmark test turned out pretty sensitive to the graphics card performance and you can feel it the most in test modes with enabled antialiasing. However, the overall results fit the today’s general picture pretty nicely.
As usual, we would like to offer you our summary table with all the benchmark results in one place: