Metro: Last Light

Metro: Last Light (DirectX 11)


Beneath the ruins of post-apocalyptic Moscow, in the tunnels of the Metro, the remnants of mankind are besieged by deadly threats from outside – and within.

Mutants stalk the catacombs beneath the desolate surface, and hunt amidst the poisoned skies above. But rather than stand united, the station-cities of the Metro are locked in a struggle for the ultimate power, a doomsday device from the military vaults of D6. A civil war is stirring that could wipe humanity from the face of the earth forever.

As Artyom, burdened by guilt but driven by hope, you hold the key to our survival – the last light in our darkest hour…

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z Review - Graphics Cards 27

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z Review - Graphics Cards 28

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z Review - Graphics Cards 29

Our Settings for Metro: Last Light

At 2560×1440, the Radeon R9 295X2 and the pair of GeForce GTX 780 Ti cards in SLI are running nearly neck and neck with each other, leaving the GTX Titan Z 14-15% behind in average frame rate. Frame time variances are low across the board which results in smooth and consistent multi-GPU frame rates.


When we run at 3840×2160, we see the results from the Titan Z and the 780 Ti cards in SLI merge to a single score, pulling in 45 average FPS. The R9 295X2 is running a bit faster at 50 FPS, a difference of 11%. Frame times are pretty good for all three tested platforms though the NVIDIA solutions had just a bit more variance than the R9 295X2.

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