The 3D game F.E.A.R. is a good example of how to exploit the effects offered by a 3D graphics card on a PC; the bigger the graphics chip, the better the effects and quality. The images show the details that are lacking if the card is too small and lacks the features offered by the new 3D chips. The 3D shooter really gets going with 3 GHz and Geforce 7; less, and you have to make do with lower resolution, fewer shadow and light effects, and less texture filtering. Graphics cards up to PixelShader 3 are supported.
Top Graphics With The Geforce 7 And Radeon X1x00
By Tino Kreiss