Equipped with new id Tech 5 graphics engine, Rage is an ambitious game that tackles first-person and vehicle combat. We take a close look at performance with different graphics hardware and CPUs, so that you know exactly what you need for smooth play.
With almost all of the cards able to breeze through our 4x AA scenario, we push anti-aliasing to 8x, just to see if we can exact a more demanding workload.
The Radeon HD 6570 and GeForce GT 240 GDDR5 are shut down with less than 30 average frames per second at 1080p. While the Radeon HD 5770 and GeForce GTX 550 Ti yield an average frame rate of 60 FPS across the board, their minimums drop at 1680x1050 and higher. Nevertheless, these cards maintain at least 30 FPS minimums, facilitating a playable result.
- After Drivers And Patches, Rage Cleans Up Nicely
- Image Quality And Settings
- The Rage Benchmark Conundrum: Video Comparison
- Test System And Benchmarks
- Benchmark Results: Lowest Detail
- Benchmark Results: Max Detail, 4x AA
- Benchmark Results: Max Detail, 8x AA
- CPU Benchmarks
- Rage: A Glitchy Game, Patched, Looks Much Better