Oblivion – Radeon HD 2600 XT

Oblivion (DirectX 9)


Probably one of the most demanding and graphically customizable games you will ever see, Oblivion can stress any system that exists for gaming today.  With its wide open areas and high quality textures the graphics system for Oblivion produces spectacular results.

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In Oblivion, the 2600 XT is nearly on par with NVIDIA’s 8600 GT card though it can’t keep up with the GTS model.


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CrossFire shows great scalability with Oblivion and the 2600 XT as the CrossFire setup is about 85% faster than the single card configuration.  And at 1600×1200, that scaling power is actually enough to best both the 8600 GTS and GT cards from NVIDIA.

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