Full Detail Direct3D and OpenGL
All these tests were run with 4x FSAA and 8x Antistrophic Filtering enabled with the screen resolution set to 1024 X 768 @ 32-bit.
When running these aggressive detail settings in 1600 x 1200, games really do become unplayable and if people are after image quality they will have to drop the resolution back down to reach playable levels.
With the first of our FSAA and Antistrophic Filtering tests we see 9800 Pro out in front.
Aquanox shows the 9800 Pro hitting the front again.
Finally the 9800 Pro takes the last win of the Full series benchmarks.
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