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Crysis Warhead

Crysis Warhead is still a fine looking game and while most mid to high end systems can run it alright, few get upwards of 60 FPS on the highest settings. To test this we use the FBWH benchmarking tool and run it using the following settings:

Low: Gamer settings, DX10, no AA, 1280×1024
Medium: Enthusiast settings, DX10, no AA, 1280×1024
High: Enthusiast settings, DX10, 8 x AA, 1280×1024
Ultra: Enthusiast settings, DX10, 8 x AA, 1920×1080


This is another benchmark from our GPU test suite. Again it’s a nice benchmark to run that’s still reasonably taxing at the higher settings.The ones used were:

Low: Default settings, , no AA, 1280×1024
Medium: Extreme settings, DX10, 1280×1024
High: Extreme settings, Enhanced lighting DX10, 4x AA, 1280×1024
Ultra: Extreme settings, Enhanced lighting DX10, 4x AA, 1920×1080

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