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Thursday, July 24, 2008
Gainward Bliss 9600GSO

3. Testbed DirectX9, DirectX10

- Testbed DirectX9

  • 3D Mark 05 (v1.2.0)

For all the tests we used the default settings for 3DMark05 as following:

  • 3D Mark 06 (v1.1.0)

Again we left all settings to default:

  • Half Life 2: Episode 2

- Testbed DirectX10

  • 3DMark Vantage v1.0.0
  • Company Of Heroes (v1.7.1)

We used the built-in benchmark with all details maxed out.

  • Crysis v1.2.0

We used the hocbench Crysis benchmark tool at three resolutions, 1280x1024, 1680x1050 and finally 1920x1200. We run the benchmark software either with High and Very High details enabled, in order to find out which resolution allows us to play the game.

  • Assassins Creed v1.0.0

We maxed out all visual details, including 4x AA Multisampling and of course 16x AF. We used FRAPS to record the in-game performance after recording a two minutes runout.




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