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Tuesday, 09 February 2010 07:35

Low profile Sapphire HD 5570 tested - 6. Gaming

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Review: Superb performance for HTPCs







At 1280x1024, Sapphire HD 5570 scored a playable frame rate in all the games, but it managed even 1680x1050 in some.


Batman - Arkham Asylum

We tested Batman without PhysX effects because the game is unplayable otherwise. Of course, there’s a solution for that and it’s using a Geforce as a dedicated PhysX card. You can find out how to do it and check out the results for yourself here.

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Crysis

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Dirt 2

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Far Cry 2

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World in Conflict

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