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Wednesday, January 04, 2006
Graphic Cards Benchmarking update


Since several new games have hit the market it was about time we replaced some of the old with a few of the latest hit games for the PC platform.





It's been a long time since we overhauled the game collection we use for reviewing graphics cards. Since several new games have hit the market with new kinds of eye candy, we felt it was about time we replaced some of the old with a few of the latest hit games for the PC platform.

As a result, Thief 3, Colin McRae 2005 and Doom 3 will no longer be tested with upcoming graphics cards. Instead, we bring you F.E.A.R, Need For Speed : Most Wanted and Quake 4.

Read the review here.


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