XFX 8800 GTS 320mb Fatal1ty Edition

Game Benchmarks - Quake 4 and C&C 3

Quake 4

Quake 4 is a game built on the Doom 3 engine. This uses many DX 9.0c features and is a game that nVidia traditionally did well on being an OpenGL game. Once again I did three two minute runs on Quake 4 on each card and took the average of all my readings from these. I played a fast and furious part of the game that required both internal and external scenes. The Doom 3 engine is where nVidia cards really come out tops, let's see how the Fatal1ty card gets on here.

quake 4 fatal1ty card

The XFX 8800GTS Fatal1ty 320MB stood up to the test, playing Quake 4 smoothly. Again only the 2900XT does better here, the XFX Fatal1ty card being top of the nVidia pile.

Command and Conquer 3

C&C3 is the much awaited RTS from EA. Hugely popular and with some pretty nice visuals almost every modern PC should be able to play it. I tested a skirmish right at the end when I had a screen full of mechs to defeat the enemy. AA was set to the highest level it could be in-game.

cnc 3 fatal1ty

Both cards are pretty much at the best you can get in Command & Conquer 3. The XFX pips it on minimum FPS, whilst the 2900XT gets the highest average FPS.
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Most Recent Comments

30-09-2007, 18:29:02

We take a look at a card XFX claims is the "Worlds fastest 8800GTS"

Does it really live up to the hype?


Check it out!Quote

30-09-2007, 18:40:31

Awesome review Kemp and a great card to boot. Loved the inclusion of the DX9 vs DX10 comparison. Quote

30-09-2007, 18:42:23

Originally Posted by name='PV5150'
Awesome review Kemp and a great card to boot. Loved the inclusion of the DX9 vs DX10 comparison.

I'm seeing what I can do about getting a more thorough analysis of that, keep your eyes peeled folks Quote

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