Performance in Strategies
Red Alert 3: Uprising
The game has a frame rate limiter fixed at 30fps. We could not disable it.
ATI/AMD’s solutions are favourites in this game, and the new Radeon HD 4770 is only 3-6% slower than the Radeon HD 4850 at high resolutions without any overclocking. Unfortunately, although overclocking raises the frame rate up to the in-built limitation, but does not improve the bottom speed of the card.
World in Conflict: Soviet Assault
The recently released add-on to the original game does not introduce any technical innovations but contains a new plotline that allows you to play for the USSR.
The Radeon HD 4770 is not brilliant in World in Conflict: its average performance is comparable to that of the GeForce GTS 250 512MB but its bottom speed is far lower. Well, both cards are far from perfect in terms of bottom speed, and the gameplay is somewhat jerky even at 1280x1024. Anyway, the Radeon HD 4770 is quite good in this test considering its price.