Bioshock

Bioshock (DirectX 10)


An impressive FPS-based game with a great story, Bioshock impresses with both graphics and its ability to drag you along in the gameplay.  It has both DX9 and DX10 render paths and should make a great benchmark for graphics cards promising the best of both worlds. 


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Bioshock settings

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Very interesting results in our Bioshock testing – the new ASUS 3850 X2 card is slower than the HD 3870 X2 card as you would expect but not by much!  Even more important probably is that it was able to oust the BFG 9800 GTX 512MB card across the board as well.

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