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Thursday, 19 November 2009 17:28

Gainward GT 240 Golden Sample GDDR5 tested - 4. Gaming: Far Cry 2, Left 4 Dead

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Dual slot cooling and a factory overclock



 

 

 

 

Far Cry 2

Gainward GT 240 Golden Sample is off to a flying start in our first tested game as it scores over 25fps at 1680x1050 with AA and Ultra detail settings. Unfortunately, it couldn’t handle the Geforce 9800GT and it loses by about 15% at higher resolutions. Radeon HD 4770 ran about 20% better except at 1680x1050 with AA, where the performance difference was at 8%.
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Left 4 Dead

Gainward GT 240 GS doesn’t fare very well in this game, and even the Geforce 9600GSO outscores it in a couple of scenarios. The GT 240 ran slower than Geforce 9800GT and Radeon HD 4770 by 30% and 42%, respectively. 

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