Supreme Commander – Radeon HD 2600 XT

Supreme Commander (DirectX 9)


This real-time strategy game boasts an incredibly beautiful graphics engine that really stress our GPUs here as well as being one of the first games to be really multi-threaded as well.

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Heavily CPU limited, Supreme Commander plays about the same on any graphics card.


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Oddly, the 8600 GT SLI scores are the first I have seen jump up above 21 FPS — obviously this has something to do with Vsync if I had to take a guess.  

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