World in Conflict

World in Conflict (DirectX 10)


An incredibly detailed RTS game, World in Conflict allows you to look at your troops from a bird’s eye view as well as zooming to street level to get hands on with the combat.  As you get closer, the game only looks better, as the scaling detail is incredible making this title an easy pick for DX10 benchmarking.

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World in Conflict Test Settings

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World in Conflict is still a pain on the GPUs and systems in general though the HD 3850 X2 card does perform pretty well compared to the other AMD cards tested here.  The single GPU BFG 9800 GTX card does the best though at 1600×1200 and 1920×1200.  WiC is still a mystery to me…

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