Making Adam Jensen look his best
Subject: General Tech | September 14, 2011 - 02:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: gaming, deus ex 3
[H]ard|OCP has been spending a lot of time in the world of Deus Ex to test the effectiveness of a variety of GPUs in rendering the game and the various effects with. NVIDIA and AMD have two different methods of taking advantage of the new graphical features in Deus Ex, so this is not just a look at performance but also a look at image quality. Three cards from each vendor were tested, in single monitor setups as well as multi-monitor scenarios. See how your card will stack up in the review.
"Deus Ex: Human Revolution landed a few weeks ago, bringing a worthy addition to one of the most admired PC gaming properties of all time. We've given it a thorough going over, and have lots to share. We test six of the hottest video cards around to show you what this game can really do, along with an in-depth look at image quality."
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