Crysis

Crysis (DirectX 10)


Without a doubt the most breath taking game I have seen yet, Crysis is from the developers of Far Cry, yet another title that was ahead of its time.  This game will bring any system to its knees, but look good doing it.

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Crysis Test Settings

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The two single card performances are nearly spot on with each other in terms of performance and playability.  Neither is particularly impressive at the 1280×1024 with these IQ settings in place though the 1024×768 configuration was much more playable.  The CrossFire configuration was again a bit plus for the HD 4670 – the 1024×768 resolution saw a 62% gain in frame rate while the 1280×1024 resolution sees a 71% gain in average frame rate.  Minimum frame rates were improved by 88% at the low resolution and doubled at the higher resolution easily giving gamers a much improved overall experience.

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