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F.E.A.R. Extraction Point

The competing solutions from AMD and Nvidia deliver similar performance with a certain advantage on the side of the former in the FSAA mode and vice versa. However, this performance is insufficient for this game. It’s only in 1280x1024 resolution and with anisotropic filtering (no FSAA!) that you can get a more or less comfortable frame rate.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter

Using the deferred rendering technique, this game is incompatible with full-screen antialiasing. There are only anisotropic filtering results here. Moreover, the game is too heavy to be run on mainstream graphics card and we decided to benchmark them in 1280x1024 only.

Anyway, the numbers are very low. Graphics cards from the below-$199 category do not suit much for playing Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter . The more advanced Radeon X1950 Pro and GeForce 7900 GS look unassuming in this test, too, but always manage to keep the frame rate above 25fps at least.

 
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