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Tuesday, 09 February 2010 10:59

XFX GTX 285 Black Edition - 8. Crysis

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Still the fastest single-GPU Geforce




Crysis:

Crysis sees the XFX GTX 285 Black Edition beat the reference GTX 285 by about 5%. You can comfortably play at any resolution except for 2560x1600 where Black Edition scores 30fps without antialiasing and 23fps with AA turned on. It’s worth noting that Radeon HD 5870 churns out enough frames for gaming without antialiasing.   

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