|jmke ||10th October 2007 15:11 |
First Look at Half Life 2: Episode 2 Performance
We are working on a full performance and image quality apples-to-apples article comparing the Radeon 2900 XT and GeForce 8 series video cards. Until that is ready we’d like to share with you our first performance experiences with the game with a quick apples-to-apples performance comparison. The graphs below consist of a run-through of the entire first level of Half Life 2: Episode 2 in an apples-to-apples format. We have chosen to run at 1600x1200 4XAA/16XAF maximum in-game settings on all video cards under Windows Vista x64 Ultimate using Catalyst 7.10 for the 2900 XT and ForceWare 163.75 for the GeForce 8 series video cards with a C2D X6800/680i platform. http://hardocp.com/news.html?news=Mj...VzaWFzdCwsLDE=
|Wrigleyvillain ||10th October 2007 15:47 |
Loaded last night but didnt get a chance to try yet! Looking forward to it tho TF2 alone was worth the price of the box.
|jmke ||10th October 2007 17:01 |
bought Orange Box just for TF2 to be honest;)
getting EPI1+EPI2+Portal is just icing on the cake
|Kougar ||10th October 2007 17:54 |
I gotta second what y'all said. Never played the original TF, but TF2 has gotten me hooked away from the RTS games for a bit.
I definitely wanted Portal and Ep Two though, first time I bought a game package and wanted all the games. :D Stuck at classes so I am having to wait until tonight to start Episode Two... the 5 HD gameplay trailers on Steam looked good!
|Wrigleyvillain ||14th October 2007 06:24 |
Originally Posted by Kougar
Never played the original TF
Damn well I'm sure you don't mean tfc...how I miss 1998 quake tf and CS beta drunken craziness on my Athlon 850 + orig Geforce 256. :ws:
tf first played on my beige mac G3 w/ a voodoo 2...quake first played on a PowerMac 8100 w/ onboard vid in 96...sigh...i'm old
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