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Sunday, 18 April 2010 14:33

GTX480: Stromziehendes Ungetüm - 6. Company of Heroes

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Company of Heroes:

Das ist ein schon recht altes Spiel, allerdings bereits mit DX10 Unterstützung. Leider bringt DX10 nichts brauchbares. Uns sind keine Grafikunterschiede aufgefallen, nur die Leistung bricht erheblich ein. Wie üblich stellten wir die Auflösung auf 1080p ein, die HD4850 lief mit "hohen" Einstellungen und 4x AA, die anderen Karten konnten 8x AA und "ultra" Einstellungen verkraften.

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