Version and / or Patch Used: v1.3
Timedemo or Level Used: Demo1
Developer Homepage: http://www.idsoftware.com
Product Homepage: http://www.doom3.com
Doom 3 is the latest game to hit our test lab and is one of the most intensive games to date. Using the "Demo1" file included with the game we are able to give a realistic rating on what kind of FPS you will be achieving.
For more information on benchmarking Doom 3 we recommend you check out our extensive article regarding it here.
Some folks love Doom and others prefer HalfLife, but no matter your personal choices there is little argument that Doom 3 is one of the most graphically intensive games to hit the streets to date. Since the 60FPS cap is not applied when running time demo testing, we can give a more realistic result of the graphics prowess of whatever board we may be testing.
In keeping with the trend we've seen so far, the X850 shows an improvement over the X800 board.
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