We also used the highest detail levels for the following benchmarks. But instead of FSAA, this time we enabled FXAA, Nvidia’s post-processing-based anti-aliasing method.
The performance picture is diminished slightly compared to FSAA, with the Radeon-based cards taking more of a hit than the GeForce cards. The GeForce GT 430 and Radeon HD 5570 are unable to provide 30 FPS minimum at 1280x1024, and it takes a GeForce GT 240 to cope with this resolution. The Radeon HD 6670 can handle 1680x1050, but its minimum frame rate is brought down to 26 FPS at 1920x1080.
Once again, all of the other cards can handle 1080p at this maximum setting with a minimum FPS of at least 30.