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Sunday, 18 April 2010 14:33

GTX480 is one power sucking monster - 6. Company of Heroes

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Win XP 32-bit vs Win7 64-bit











Company of Heroes

This is an older game with DX10 support, but enabling it does nothing but considerably slow it down. In the benchmark you can't see any graphics improvements. As usual resolution is 1080p, HD4850 runs with AA 4x and high settings, whereas HD5850/GTX480 runs with AA 8x and ultra settings where possible. In Windows 7 power consumption goes down considerably, but so does performance.

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