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Sunday, 18 April 2010 14:33

GTX480: Stromziehendes Ungetüm - 5. Dirt 2

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Test: WinXP 32bit vs Win7 64bit











Dirt 2:

Die HD4850 wurde ohne AA und "high" Einstellungen getestet, während die HD5850 und GTX480 mit 4x AA und "ultra" Einstellungen liefen. Die Auflösung beträgt bei allen Karten 1080p. Wir können nicht zwischen DX9 und DX10 auswählen, aber man sieht unter Windows 7 bricht die Leistung doch drastisch ein, während auch der Energieverbrauch abnimmt.

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