While BioShock Infinite is an attractive-looking game, it's not particularly difficult for high-end graphics hardware to render at its top quality setting. Set to the Ultra detail preset, not a single card dropped below 48 FPS during the course of our benchmark.
With my frame rate over time chart capped at 60 FPS to focus on problematic slow-downs, there's very little to see aside from a small valley at the beginning of the sequence.
Only two Radeon HD 7950 Boost cards in CrossFire struggle a bit in our frame time variance measurement. The other cards fare well through the majority of this test.
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- Results: Metro: Last Light, 5760x1080
- Results: BioShock Infinite, 5760x1080
- Results: Grid 2, 5760x1080
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