Games: Call of Duty 2 and FEAR

For the following game tests, we use different screen resolutions and high graphics settings to show off what these top-end mobile GPUs are capable of.

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Texture Filtering: Trilinear
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Shadows: Yes
Number of Dynamic Lights: Normal
Soften Smoke Edges: World Only
Number of Corpses: Medium
Texture Settings: All Normal

 

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Texture Filtering: Anisotropic
Anti-Aliasing: 2x
Shadows: Yes
Number of Dynamic Lights: High
Soften Smoke Edges: World Only
Number of Corpses: Medium
Texture Settings: All High

 

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Max CPU and GPU, with soften shadows OFF.

Regardless of the resolution, the GeForce Go 7900 GS is roughly 10 FPS slower than the GeForce Go 7900 GTX. While at lower resolutions this gap doesn’t matter too much since the GS is more than capable of running these games, but when you get to higher resolutions the GTX pulls ahead with playable frame rates over 30 FPS.

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