Clearing the air with Company of Heroes

Subject: General Tech | June 8, 2007 - 10:20 AM |
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With the new patch for Company of Heroes, we get to see DX10 in all of it's glory.  Neither AMD nor nVIDIA have come out with claims about driver optimization or other programming cheats ... yet.  So as it stands the benchmarks that Legit Reviews has for CoH represents the true performance of these companies cards.  Take a look at the nice screen shot, and see just what the current 2900XT can do.

"After testing the first DirectX 10 game patch on the popular title Company of Heroes we again find out that ATI

finishes behind NVIDIA in DX10 performance tests. Sure, the AMD/ATI drivers are still new and need to be worked on, but

it doesn't seem like the current Radeon 2900 XT with 512MB of GDDR3 memory has the muscle to compete with the GeForce 8

series on DirectX 10 game titles. The current Radeon 2900 XT with GDDR3 memory? It seems that later this month AMD will

be releasing a new Radeon HD 2900 XT graphics card with 1GB of GDDR4 memory. AMD plans to take another shot at NVIDIA

with..."

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