GeForce 9600 GT 512MB 6-Way Shootout review

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23 - World in Conflict performance

Gaming: World in Conflict

Impressive gameplay and graphics that will make you go into shock and awe. Yes, World in Conflict has been released. This game offers a serious graphical challenge to you guys, the gamers. Wars often end in either victory, loss or compromise.

Vivendi Universal recently was kind enough to send us a copy a couple of days prior to the release of the game. You are an avid Guru3D reader so that means you also know we'll do things a bit differently. It's not moving very fast, but slowly we see more and more DirectX 10 titles becoming available on the market.

World in Conflict is a late Cold War real-time strategy game with a strong focus on unit tactics, action, team play, and destruction. Players take on a specific role commanding air, armor, infantry, and support units to form a combined arms force against the enemy. By controlling key strategic points on the map, you sway the battle in your favor. There is no resource-gathering, so every second not spent fighting the enemy over a piece of land is a second wasted.

Image Quality setting:

  • 0x Anti Aliasing
  • 16x anisotropic filtering

What you are observing above are the results done with the medium (DX9) setting. Damn good performance. There's a lot of CPU limitation showing here though; therefore focus at 2560x1600 for a more accurate perspective.

The board-partners:

When we look at 25x16 I must say that the eVGA SSC card really shines; but look at the passive cooled ECS card go, dang.

GeForce 9600GT shootout

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