“We look at performance in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction using four of the hottest video cards on the market. Come with us as we see if Sam Fisher still has what it takes to make our high-end video cards wish they were never born, or if today’s GPUs leave Splinter Cell out in the cold.”
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If you want to enjoy the latest installation of the Splinter Cell series it helps to know just what hardware will give you the best experience. That is [H]ard|OCP’s goal in their article comparing the quality and performance of Splinter Cell: Conviction, as opposed to explaining what “Mark and Execute” is and how to use it in game. Instead they will let you see the difference in performance between AMD and nVIDIA’s latest cards when displaying the heavily updated LEAD engine.