4.Call of Duty 4:
The Bog: 12~15 25~40
At last, for my favourite:
Stress test: 135.5 97.6
in actural play(13 bots):
situation of 7800gt: always15~25, in a battle over 5 person, it legs so that i can't aim enemies
situation of 8400gs: mostly60+~130, no obivous leg in very large battle(9~12 involved).......i get 6 kills max per round
I hope if there is someone really lucky like me ,,,,,
if you want to get a promotion and get more money don't play games at work...
haha our firm provides a rigs' place for rest, whenever you're tired........or HAPPY(Ofcource it has solid limits)!!!! Boss only wants enough sales figures and bills......
Anyway..... i haven't witness such low performce of high-end card.......like 7800gt, with a PD,even i'm a proud clerk of gaming pc promoter(but 3dmark score is noticibly high, although it has no meaning in real usage)???
Does CPU plays a great part? For me, i always think that in 3d game VGA rules the world
Moreover, I notice that in a game with so mach large battles invovled my home 7800gt+PD805 is several times worse than E4500+84gs
October 25, 2008 1:43:05 PM
yeah processor makes a HUGE difference at lower resolution (1280 by 1024) and even lower
thats why your performance sucks... more with the 8400 switch the cards and you'll see a huge increase in performance
If you look at the CPU charts, for example the charts for 2006, you will see CPU scaling in action. All machines have the same video adapter but different CPUs ranging from Pentium D to Core2s.
If you were to put that 7800 GT in both systems and run a benchmark like this one http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/cpu-charts-2007/Gami... you will see the how important CPUs are for gaming systems.
A 8400gs cant even outperform a 7300gt ddr3 version let alone a 7800gt. Even the slowest core2duo the E2140 at stock beats the pentium D's at almost double its speed you are clearly cpu bound. Up the resolution and lets see whos the boss btw get the latest drivers for your card change the pre rendered frames from default 3 to 5 or 6.