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World in Conflict v1.05

The Fastest 3D Cards Go Head-To-Head

World in Conflict runs on DirectX 10, and as soon as the resolution increases, SLI and CrossFire bring about a visible boost. In fact, if anti-aliasing is activated, some combinations can almost double performance. The optimization of the new graphics chips is interesting. Although the game was originally sponsored by Nvidia, the ATI Radeon HD 4870 clearly has more power than a GTX 260 or GTX 280, with the Radeon HD 4850 only just behind.

In SLI or CrossFire configurations, the new graphics chips enter into a relentless duel. With a more powerful CPU, all models should be in a position to generate more performance. The results of the GeForce GTX 260 and GTX 280 were very unstable, mind you—the frame rates fluctuated at an extreme rate and numerous runs were needed to complete the test.

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