8. Company Of Heroes
In Company of Heroes, gamers will experience the journey of the brave men of Able Company in a deep single-player campaign that begins with the invasion of Normandy through their fight across Europe, all set against the most dynamic battlefield ever seen in a game.
Company of Heroes' completely destructable environment means no two battles ever play out in the same way. Advanced squad AI delivers startling new realism and responsiveness, bringing soldiers to life as they interact with the environment and execute advanced squad tactics to eliminate the opposition forces.
The game offers impressive graphics, especially when all visual quality settings are maxed out.
We used the built-in benchmark for all tests at 1280x1024 resolution. Since AA/AF cannot be set from within the game, we used Nvidia's 3D control panel for each mode. Let's now see how the cards performed in Company Of Heroes Benchmark with High Quality settings.
Company Of Heroes was the second game in which we saw a significant performance difference between the 320MB and 640MB models. For a strange reason, the 320MB model was much slower than the other tested cards when AF/AA were initially enabled although it maintains a steady framerate throughout.