World in Conflict (DirectX 10):
A DirectX 10 benchmark integrated with World in Conflict 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 single card should allow for a playable game, but that minimum frame rate value could be annoying if it happened too often.
Resident Evil 5 (DirectX 10):
Resident Evil's DirectX 10 benchmark is another new addition to the line up here, taking the place of the Lost Planet DirectX 10 benchmark. The test was executed with a resolution of 1680x1050, 8x Anti-Aliasing, and with settings on high. The benchmark provides results in terms of an average frame rate value, and higher is better. Hard to say what to expect with just one number, but things did look good on screen. The single card didn't lag much behind the HD4890 in terms of score, and going with a CrossFire setup nets about a 75% performance boost.