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Old 3rd April 2006, 18:13   #1
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Elder Scrolls: Oblivion Benchmarked

The Sapphire Radeon X1900XTX 512MB was the fastest of the three high-end cards we tested. It was able to play the game reasonably smoothly at 1280x1024 at Maximum Detail, including HDR lighting, with 16xHQ AF applied to the scene. The gaming experience was pretty awesome and immersive, especially when you consider how stressful this game is. There were still the texture popping issues, but those are present on any video card unless you manually tweak the configuration files to remove the problem
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A64 3000+ - 6800GT 1024x768 HDR enabled High Detail ~30FPS in-game with dips to 20 sometimes.
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Thx, I have a 6800GT Looks like my card is on his last powers.
I saw some screenshots, but I didn't thought those screenshots were THAT beautifull to put my GT on his knees. Maybe I haven't look that good. Maybe I should just check out the game and look for myself
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if you like a steady game pace with wide open gameplay and freedom and want more than 30 hours out of a game, this one will be it.

however I've had many crashes to desktop during the game which can become quite frustrating in the end
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