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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The ASUS HD 3850 X2 card performs very well here again in our Call of Duty 4 testing and is able to keep up with the HD 3870 X2 and 9800 GTX cards.  The results aren’t as impressive for the ASUS card as they were in Bioshock but the HD 3850 is definitely making a name for itself.

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