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Radeon HD 5770 And 5750 Review: Gentlemen, Start Your HTPCs

Benchmark Results: World In Conflict

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You don’t need a full 60 frames per second in World in Conflict in order to get an enjoyable gaming experience, so the Radeon HD 5700-series numbers aren’t as disappointing here as they’d be in a first-person shooter. However, the Radeon HD 4890, 4870, and GeForce GTX 260 all deliver higher frame rates through all three tested resolutions.

While the best performance comes from a pair of 5770s in CrossFire, I’m still drawn to the performance offered by the Radeon HD 5850 for its price point (which admittedly isn’t too far off where a pair of $110 Radeon HD 4770s, but the single board is certainly more elegant).

Chris Angelini
Chris Angelini is an Editor Emeritus at Tom's Hardware US. He edits hardware reviews and covers high-profile CPU and GPU launches.