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Thursday, 19 November 2009 17:28

Gainward GT 240 Golden Sample GDDR5 tested - 5. Gaming: HAWX, World in Conflict

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Dual slot cooling and a factory overclock



 

 

 



HAWX

We performed HAWX testing with DX10.1 support turned on. This helpled the GT 240 Golden Sample in almost matching the Geforce 9800GT scores, which lacks DX10.1 support. Radeon HD 4770 seems to take the cake in this test.

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World in Conflict

This game confirms that Gainward GT 240 Golden Sample is playable at 1680x1050, but also that Geforce 9800GT is still a better card. Just like the Geforce 9800GT, Radeon HD 4770 shows weak points in scenarios when more memory is required, such as high resolutions with AA.
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