Diamond Viper Radeon HD 3850 Ruby edition
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 05/04/2008 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Gaming: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2
Don't mistake the PC version for being a port of the Xbox 360 game. The PC version has larger and different levels than those featured on the Xbox 360, as well as a different graphics engine and style of gameplay.
The game itself looks great and the intricate physics modeling seen in the single-player version is still active in the multiplayer version.
There are all sorts of other interactions you'll encounter in multiplayer.
For instance, aluminum cans litter the street and stepping on them not only kicks them around, but also creates a loud sound that may betray your presence to the enemy.
And here are the results done with the newer GRAW2. Image Quality settings:
- Edge Smoothing Anti Aliasing
- 16x anisotropic filtering
- Dynamic shadows HIGH
Nice performance up-to 1920x1200. The GeForce 9600 GT however is taking a rather big leap over the Radeon HD 3850.
Alright, we've shown you enough benchmarks to get you a reasonable idea of what the performance will be like. Let's see if we can push the performance up even a little more, and see if we can overclock the card.
Today we review the Diamond Viper Radeon HD 3850 512Mb Ruby edition, a lovely product. It's a Radeon HD 3850 colored with a red PCB, a custom cooler slapped on top of it and they pre-overclocked it to get closer the Radeon HD 3870 performance level.