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Page 11 - RTCW

Return to Castle WolfensteinThis game is imageview.php?image=102powered with a highly optimized Quake III engine. With high detail settings and of course a heavy time-demo to get test results, we will now benchmark using this software.

Powered by the Quake III Arena engine, the Wolfenstein universe explodes with the kind of epic environments, A.I., firepower and cinematic effects that only a game created by true masters can deliver. The dark reich's closing in. The time to act is now. Evil prevails when good men do nothing.

A highly decorated Army Ranger recruited into the Office of Secret Actions (OSA) tasked with escaping and then returning to Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to thwart Heinrich Himmler's occult and genetic experiments. Himmler believes himself to be a reincarnation of a 10th century dark prince, Henry the Fowler, also known as Heinrich. Through genetic engineering and the harnessing of occult powers, Himmler hopes to raise an unstoppable army to level the Allies once and for all.

That being said, RTCW boasts very nice textures, impressive effects and fantastic character models.

RTCW 800x600 1024x768 1280x1024 1600x1200
R9600XT 129 128 121 92
FX 5700 138 136 121 100
FX 5700 Ultra 139 139 131 114
5700U GDDR3 140 139 131 115
5900 XT 132 132 129 122
9800 Pro 129 129 128 124
9800XT 128 128 127 125
5950U 132 132 131 129
485/950 132 132 131 129
6800U 135 135 135 135

Again, we can see some really nice numbers. The score is so close as basically any graphics card eats this game alive. The game is actually CPU limited. Let's observe the score with quality settings.

4xAA 8xAF 800x600 1024x768 1280x1024 1600x1200
FX 5700 120 99 69 50
R9600XT 121 101 73 52
FX 5700 Ultra 129 108 77 57
5700U GDDR3 130 110 78 58
5900 XT 125 116 95 69
9800 Pro 128 124 108 86
9800 XT 127 125 113 92
5950U 126 122 110 93
6800U 135 135 134 133

The 5900 XT is a hoot with such high quality settings and at a resolution of 1600x1200x32 it still manages to push out 69 frames per second. Yes, nothing to be ashamed about I'd say.

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