10. Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
- Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (DirectX9)
The game's plot focuses on the amnesiac character Wayne Holden, his father, Gale Holden, and the past and future of the planet E.D.N. III. After a particularly vicious battle against a large Akrid known only as "Green Eye", Gale is supposedly killed, and Wayne lost on the icy planes of E.D.N. III . The planet of E.D.N III is perpetually cold and snowy, originally inhabited by a species of aliens known as Akrid, who forced humanity to abandon E.D.N. III by strength of numbers and surprise, which can be found in many and varied forms.
They all share one trait; Thermal Energy, or T.Eng., as it's called in the game. This powerful energy source, found only in Akrid bodies, made humankind determined to fight them after having to retreat from this new menace. They created the Vital Suit, or VS, technology, essentially heated mechs with mounted weapons and powered by T.Eng.
In order to benchmark a graphics card, we used the Demo version that includes a "Performance Test" function. We used the default demo visual settings for all test. There are two test results from two different animated courses that are reported as "Snow" and "Cave":
Let's now see the performance of the tested processors:
The 5600+ has very good gaming performance. All the CPUs are close and that's because all the "hard work" is done by the graphics card. Intel's CPUs are only faster by 2-3 fps! :-)