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Sparkle GeForce 9800 GTX+ Graphics Card
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Sparkle
Source: Geeks.com
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Sparkle GeForce 9800 GTX+ Graphics Card
March 05, 2009

Testing (continued):

Devil May Cry:

Devil May Cry is another 3D game that includes a benchmark to test the DirectX 10 performance. The resolution was set to 1360x1024 (the highest it would go to in DirectX 10 mode) and anti-aliasing was set to 8x. Four sets of frame rate values are provided in the chart below, one for each scene tested (higher is better for each). The Sparkle card seems to suffer here, and no longer looks as strong as the HD4850... or even the HD4830.

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World in Conflict:

World in Conflict's integrated performance benchmark was executed with a resolution of 1680x1050, and with settings on high. The benchmark provides results in terms of a minimum, maximum, and average frame rate value, and higher is better for all three. The results bounce back in this round of testing, with the 9800 GTX+ putting up decent numbers, especially in terms of the average and minimum frame rate values.

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