Resident Evil 5

Resident Evil 5 (DirectX 10)



The fifth installment of the incredibly popular survival horror game has finally come to the PC and is more impressive looking than ever.

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Resident Evil 5 Test Settings

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The GeForce GTX 260+ is still putting up a great fight and is able to perform better than the HD 5770 across the board once again.

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The Radeon HD 5750 is a great performer against the competition and is able to match the speed of the GTS 250 and the HD 4850.

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