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Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Club3D Radeon HD 6950

4. Crysis Warhead

We proceed to the "Crysis Warhead" game, which supports both DirectX9 and DirectX10 rendering modes. The popular game is still the toughest game in our benchmark suite. Below are the test results from all the possible resolutions the anti-aliasing (AA) disabled.

Below you see the average and lowest FPS we measured for the specific game, in three different resolutions.

Under both DX9 and DX10 modes, the game is playble at resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 as long as you keep the quality settings at the the "Mainstream" level:

Let's see where the HD 6950 card stands card compared to some other GPUs:

At full-HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080) , the Club3D HD 6950 pulls out a significant lead over the GTX 460 and GTX 470 cards. At lower resolutions, the differences among the specific cards are smaller.




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