HIS HD6770 IceQ X Turbo Crossfire Review
The latest in the Crysis line-up is a new test in the OC3D pantheon and as such we've only previously tested it on the range-topping HD6990 and GTX590 cards. Obviously it would be hugely unfair to place those against the little HD6770 and so we're mainly looking at scaling here.
The vanilla Crysis 2 with standard textures and DX9 does well on both setups as befits its console roots. The single HD6770 manages to nearly hit 60FPS and in Crossfire there is a buttery-smooth playing experience.
With the latest DX11 patch and the Hi-Res texture pack the limitations of the cards are brought into stark relief. Limited texture units and the bandwidth limitations of 128-bit memory render the single card utterly unplayable and even in Crossfire it's not a pleasant experience.