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Sunday, 18 April 2010 14:33

GTX480: Stromziehendes Ungetüm - 7. Spaceforce

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Test: WinXP 32bit vs Win7 64bit











Spaceforce: Rogue Universe:


Dieses Spiel aus dem Jahr 2007 hat nur DX9.0c Unterstützung und war eines der ersten, daß HDR richtig nutzen konnte. Es ist das einzige Spiel in unserem Test, daß mit den ATI Karten unter Windows 7 einen höheren Verbrauch hat. Die Leistung unter Windows 7 ist trotzdem niedriger als unter XP. Alle Karten liefen in 1080p mit 8x AA und 8x AF mit den höchstmöglichen Einstellungen.

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