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METRO EXODUS BENCHMARK RESULTS

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Metro Exodus is the third installment of the Metro series from 1A. Two tables are being produced, one for GeForce cards and one for Radeon cards, The reason is that NVIDIA hairworks and PhysX do not work on Radeon cards. Options: Resolution: 1920 x 1080; Quality: Extreme; Tesselation: Full; Advanced PhysX: On; Ray Trace: Ultra; …

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SHADOW OF THE TOMB RAIDER BENCHMARK RESULTS

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This table is under construction

ASHES OF THE SINGULARITY BENCHMARK RESULTS

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Ashes of the Singularity has a built-in benchmark that supports DX11 and DX12. We use the crazy settings which make the game run very slow however we may make some more charts with other settings to compared budget cards when they become more available to us. Charts are average frames per second. DIRECTX 12 DIRECTX …

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THIEF BENCHMARK RESULTS

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Thief is relatively slow to startup but once loaded it runs fine. Thief has a benchmark in the menu so we can test video cards for performance. This game requires about 4-5 TFLOPS of graphics performance to play with maximum graphics at 1920×1080 and maintaining 60fps.

METRO: LAST LIGHT REDUX BENCHMARK RESULTS

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Metro Last Light requires about 5 TFLOPS of graphics performance to play with maximum graphics at 1920×1080 and maintaining 60fps. See the page on game performance. The 4A Games proprietary 4A Engine makes this game about as demanding as Metro 2033. Options: Resolution: 1920 x 1080; Quality: Very High; SSAA: On; Texture filtering: AF 4X; Motion …

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METRO 2033 REDUX BENCHMARK RESULTS

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Metro 2033 requires over 4 TFLOPS of graphics performance to play with maximum graphics at 1920×1080 and maintaining 60fps. See the page on game performance. Options: Resolution: 1920 x 1080; Quality: Very High; SSAA: On; Texture filtering: AF 4X; Motion Blur: Normal; Tesselation: Very High; VSync: Off; Advanced PhysX: On; Testing the redux performance with the …

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ALIENS VS PREDATOR BENCHMARK RESULTS

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One of the Alien vs Predator’s marketing features for the PC version is the support for DirectX 11. In 2010 games were starting to add DX11 capabilities to the game engines. The game supports DX9 for XP and Vista users. See the page on game performance. You can download the Aliens vs Predator benchmark for free from …

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CRYOSTASIS BENCHMARK RESULTS

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The Cryostasis engine uses PhysX for water effects. The ice is everywhere, wind is blowing hard enough to blow the player across the ice. The effects make for an extremely demanding game. See the page on game performance. You can download the benchmark from NVIDIA here. If you need PhysX you can get there here.

CRYSIS WARHEAD BENCHMARK RESULTS

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Crysis Warhead is a PC Exclusive release from EA. The remaining games from the Crysis series are also available for the Xbox 360 and PS3. See the page on game performance. Unfortunately the sever for the benchmark closed long ago. We never used any registered features so that the table would be consistent over time, Benchmarks …

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FURMARK BENCHMARK RESULTS

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Furmark is popular 3D OpenGL based program that can be used to benchmark video cards or stress test them. We have been using this program since it was released back in 2008. Furmark uses a fuzzy donut which is rendered into a infinite path that is completely procedurally generated and built with OpenGL to accelerate …

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