eVGA 7950GX2 - Power And Then Some - 7950GX2 Benchmarks - Continued...

Article Index
eVGA 7950GX2 - Power And Then Some
7950GX2 - First Look
Closer Look, Test Setup and Info
7950GX2 Benchmarks
7950GX2 Benchmarks - Continued...
Image Quality and Conclusion

Benchmarks (continued):

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Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter is not the most beautiful looking game around, but it is a system killer.  Once again the 7800GT cannot maintain playable framerates at 1600x1200 even with no AA enabled.  The 7950GX2 from eVGA still runs strong.

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Oblivion is perhaps the most demanding game on the market right now.  The visuals are stunning and the environment is spectacular.  Because of the slower pace of this game we managed to complete benchmarks at high resolution on the 7800GT at 1280x1024, but as you can see with distant grass, trees and landscape it doesn't perform very well.  At stock speed the 7950GX2 performs 94% faster than the 7800GT and becomes a worthy upgrade if you enjoy Oblivion.

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Prey is capped at 60FPS and all cards run equally well when running low quality with no AA or AF at 1024x768.  Once you start to turn up the AA - even to 2x the 7800GT starts to play a little laggy at 1280x1024.  At maximum resolution with everything turned to the max the 7950GX2 provide a very solid and really perfect gaming experience in Prey.  Everything looks stunning and runs without hitch or glitch.

On the next page we'll take a look at Image Quality before we wrap things up.