Version and / or Patch Used: 1.3
Timedemo or Level Used: HardwareOC Far Cry Benchmark 1.4.1
Developer Homepage: http://www.crytek.com
Product Homepage: http://www.farcrygame.com
There is no denying that Far Cry is currently one of the most graphic intensive games on the market, utilizing PS2.0 technology (the latest versions support Shader Model 3.0 with DX9c) and offering an exceptional visual experience there is no denying that even some of the faster graphics cards struggle.
Despite being the oldest game in our benchmarking suite, Far Cry can still punish any graphics card out there. Surprisingly, the GeForce 6100 acquitted itself rather well, considering its performance in the other titles. The results were still unplayable, but given the huge amount of visual detail in Far Cry, we were actually expecting far worse results.
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