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HD 5670 playing Alice 2 Madness Returns 1920x1080 high settings

Hey tell me what you think of this video of me playing Alice 2 Madness Returns

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quxY6yrnd0E

it was recorded with FRAPS gaming recorder
then I joined 4 avi files together in Cyberlink PowerDirector 9
using my HD 5670 to accelerate rendering time
took about 20 mins

the HD 5670 was OCd from stock 775core/1000mem to 880core/1200 mem
with my C2D E4500 stock 2.2ghz/800FSB OCd to 3ghz/1066FSB
4gb DDR2-800 CL5
WD Velociraptor 10K rpm HD


My question is with the hardware I got is that decent performance for this setup?
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    I'd still say that's not out of the ordinary.
  2. It really is not a good way to compare performance of your system, use 3dmark06 for that.

    FRAPS can really kill performance if you don't have a powerful system.

    And this forum is not for you to try getting more views for your youtube videos.
  3. wiinippongamer said:
    It really is not a good way to compare performance of your system, use 3dmark06 for that.

    FRAPS can really kill performance if you don't have a powerful system.

    And this forum is not for you to try getting more views for your youtube videos.



    Members link youtube videos all the time
    and I was using it to demonstrate a game
    Which is a valid purpose for youtube
    I have had people doubt if my system could play a game
    so that is why I created those videos

    I could care less about views seriously :non:
  4. Id also thought people might like a look at one of newer games if they havent played it.

    And yes I am familiar and use 3dmark06 and 11
    been using them since the 3dmark03 days
    plus cinebench,furmark,sandra and Passmark test 7

    Alot of people on this forum have to learn an old saying

    "if you have nothing good to say; say nothing at all"
  5. borisof007 said:
    I'd still say that's not out of the ordinary.



    Yea I dont thin Alice is too demanding hardware wise
    It uses the Unreal engine but doesnt strain a system like Crysis 2 DX11 or Metro 2033 DX11
    nice to look at though
  6. Best answer selected by king smp.
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