It's 2070 and the world has changed. The seas rising level has harmed the coastal cities and climate change has made large stretches of land inhospitable. In Anno 2070 the game offers a new world full of challenges, where you will need to master resources, diplomacy and trade in the most comprehensive economic management system seen yet in the Anno series.
This particular test has the following enabled:
Very high quality mode
Our scores are average framerates so you need to keep a margin in mind for lower FPS at all times. As such we say 40 FPS for this game should be your minimum, while 60 FPS (frames per second) can be considered optimal.
No 7970 CFX result here as at the time of testing the card Anno 2070 was not yet a part of our benchmark suite.
The Anno 2070 scales poorly, overall it's fast enough of course. Especially in the extremely high 2560x1600 resolution in the upper chart you can see that quite well, but 3-way scaling... nah.
Once we fire off a thousand dollar processor at the 3-way setup we do see better 3-way performance compared to the regular test system. You do need to wonder if that's worth the money though.
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