High Quality AA and AF
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Resident Evil 5
Another gain that equates to around 5% this time and helps move well away from that 60 FPS average we want to see in a situation where there's no minimum.
Far Cry 2
Minimum numbers don't really change here, but you can see the average jumps up a good chunk. Unfortunately at 1920 x 1200 the HD 5870 still struggles with 8xAA on with the only model really offering a playable frame rate being the dual GPU HD 5970.
World In Conflict
We see a very nice jump under WIC, but again we see most models struggle under this test with the AA and AF cranked up.
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