Call of Duty 4

Call of Duty 4 (DirectX 9)


Call of Duty 4 is the next iteration of the very popular CoD series and is a return of the Infinity Ward team that made CoD1 and CoD2 so successful.  The graphics for this title are simply amazing, and considering that it is still a DX9 graphics engine, developers of these DX10 titles we use should be shamed!  If you want a great single and multi-player experience set in a modern warfare environment, don’t pass up Call of Duty 4.

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Call of Duty 4 settings

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Right off the bat scaling with up to four GPUs is seeing gains pretty much across the board, even at 1600×1200 and 1920×1200.  At 19×12, going from the 3870 X2 to three GPUs by adding the HD 3870, we see a 26% performance gain and moving up to four GPUs sees another 20% or so boost.  At 2560×1600 though, those gains are at 30% and 15%, respectively.  Finally, going from one HD 3870 X2 to a pair of them gets a total of 48% faster.
  
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