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Thursday, June 10, 2010
Gainward GTX 465 GOOD Edition review

3. DirectX 9, DirectX 10 settings

- Testbed DirectX9

  • 3D Mark 05

For all the tests we used the default settings of the 3DMark05 software, as you can see below:

  • 3D Mark 06

Again we left all settings to default:

- Testbed DirectX10

  • 3DMark Vantage

We used the three pre-defined benchmarks of the 3DMark Vantage software in different resolutions.

  • Company Of Heroes

We used the built-in benchmark with all the visual details (quality) maxed out.

  • Crysis WarHead

We used the FRAMEBuffer benchmark tool for three resolutions, 1280x1024, 1680x1050 and finally 1920x1200. We took measurements for all the available quality settings.

  • Far Cry 2

We used the built-in benchmarking utility and maxed out all the visual details under DX9/DX10. We also measured the performance with 16x AA/16x AF enabled.




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