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Thursday, August 19, 2004
Gainward CoolFX 6800 Ultra - Updated

4. Unreal Tournament 2004 Tests

Unreal is one of the most famous and most favorite game all times. It's awesome gameplay makes absolutely suitable for multiplayer battles. Unreal T. 2004 is very CPU dependant, so it is a good reference to see Gainward's CoolFX 6800 Ultra VGA card performing on both CPUs.

Again I grabbed fps from both systems and in the 1024x768, 1280x1024 and 1600x1200 resolutions with the highest display settings selected. Now let's see the true capabilities of the 6800 Ultra.

In the above graph you can see the naked truth. Those 130 fps at the 1024x768 resolution show the real performance of the 6800 Ultra. The above results also prove Unreal's CPU dependency.

Even with the AA and AF enabled Nvidia's 6800 Ultra is clearly CPU limited on the 2.4 GHz system. If you are an unreal fan then better think again your next upgrade. A faster CPU may be a smarter choice than a faster VGA card regarding Unreal 2004.

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