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GTX 590 and HD 6990: Tri and Quad GPU performance
by Damien Triolet
Published on June 8, 2011

Far Cry 2

This version of Far Cry isn’t really a great development as Crytek made the first episode in any case. As the owner of the licence, Ubisoft handled its development, with Crytek working on Crysis. No easy thing to inherit the graphics revolution that accompanied Far Cry, but the Ubisoft teams have done pretty well, even if the graphics don’t go as far as those in Crysis. The game is also less resource heavy which is no bad thing. It has DirectX 10.1 support to improve the performance levels of compatible cards. We installed patch 1.02 and used ultra high quality graphics mode.


Although the GeForces are traditionally in front of the Radeons in Far Cry 2, they seem to suffer from a more significant CPU limitation with the more recent drivers.


In surround, the tables are turned and the Radeons, which are limited to 69 fps, trail a long way behind the GeForces.

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