TwinTech GeForce GTS 250 1024MB XT OC review | test -
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. The GTX+ and GTS 250s are dead on with each other.
Up to this very moment, NVIDIA graphics cards dominate this game's performance and even at 2560x1200 we get an average framerate of ~70 FPS returned.
Today here at Guru3D.com, we'll review one of TwinTechs GeForce GTS 250 graphics cards. The TwinTech GeForce GTS 250 XT OC is packed with 1GB of memory, pre-overclocked and comes with a wicked cooler from Arctic Cooling. For a first introduction... that was impressive to see. But will the product be able to keep up with Guru3D's pace in testing? Let's find out.