Benchmarking: Halo PC
Halo, one of the most hardware-stressing and resourceful DirectX 9 titles of the year is a prime candidate for benchmarking our handful of DirectX 9 capable graphic cards today.
Halo, being as stressful as it is and HIS 9600XT being as overclocked as it is, we thought we'd put HIS through the ultimate performance test at 1600x1200. As notable above, the 9600XT offered a barely playable frame rate at this high resolution. At 128MB and a few clocks away, the 9800Pro IceQ offered decent performance closely trailing behind ATi's Radeon 9800XT.
Roughly keeping the same performance ratio here, nothing appears out of the ordinary.
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