ATI Radeon HD 4770 review -
VGA performance: Dead Space (DX9)
Sci-fi, horror and gaming, thats a combination that really works Dead Space combines all three of these to form an excellent and exciting game that will keep you enthralled for quite some time. Admittedly, the game can get scary at times. Dead Space is a blistering experience of lashing tentacles infused with a gory gash of a ripper blade. Aside from the string of alien guts and limbs youll be leaving behind you, little finishing touches are what really make this game shine.
Image quality settings
- Graphics quality HIGH
- Vsync OFF
- Antialiasing ON (in-game, presumably 4x AA)
- Depth of field ON
- Bloom/Glow ON
- Motion and BLUR ON
- Post processing ON
- Flares ON
- Shader & Shadow Quality HIGH
One of the more fun titles I find to be Dead Space. No framebuffer advantage here alright. Where in Fallout 3 the title leans much towards ATI cards, DeadSpace leans very much towards NVIDIA cards. Look at the GTS 250 take off there.
When you strip away the competition, you do need to realize that you can play the game flawlessly, even at 2560x1600 with the very best image quality settings.
Today we have another bang for buck product, a product that I like very much. As what ATI is doing today is pretty remarkable. They are releasing the Radeon HD 4770, a mainstream product at a budget price. Trust me when I say that after reading this review, you will be impressed.
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