Company of Heroes – Radeon HD 2600 XT

Company of Heroes (DirectX 9)


Company of Heroes is another very compute-intense RTS that also has some unique features in it for fans of the genre including a fantastic graphics engine and a real-time physics engine built by Havok.

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With Company of Heroes (still running in DX9 mode), the AMD 2600 XT has a good shot of looking competitive as it is able to beat out the 8600 GT and running close behind the GTS.


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CrossFire scaling shows up at about 65% – pretty good actually.  Our SLI numbers are screwed up thanks to some kind of bug that was giving me very dramatic (and annoying) hitches in the game play.  Try as I might, I couldn’t get it to go away.

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