Call of Duty 2

Call of Duty 2 (Direct X)


Call of Duty was the best selling FPS of 2003 and Call of Duty 2 looks to continue that tradition with a great game style and supurb graphics.  Below are graphical settings we used in our testing.

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The first mission was used in its entirety as the benchmark. 

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The 7800 GTX 512 MB sees a 35% increase over the original 7800 GTX card and 23% over the X1800 XT without AA/AF enabled.  Once it is turned on the additional 256 MB of memory on both the 7800 GTX 512 and X1800 XT makes a world of difference as both of them leave the 7800 GTX 256 MB behind.

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It came as no suprise to me that we would see big gains with SLI in Call of Duty 2 since there were specific options in the settings for SLI support.  NVIDIA had teamed with the CoD2 team to bring the most out of multi-GPUs.  How does a 59% and 86% performance increase sound to you guys?!?  There is no doubt what card the king of the hill in Call of Duty 2 performance.

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