Crossfire vs SLI Performance Comparison ReviewBosco , ccokeman - April 27, 2009
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World in Conflict was released in late 2007, and is a Real Time Strategy game. The difference in this RTS game is that it is not the typical "generate wealth and build" type of game. Instead, you advance by conquering your foe.
- Anti-Aliasing: x4
- Anisotropic Filtering: x16
- Graphic Detail: Custom
- Vsync: Off
- All other in-game settings: On
Higher Scores = Better Performance
CrossFire scaling in World in Conflict is non-existent, and even shows negative scaling at 2560x1600 on the HD 4870x2, while the 4850x2 does show scaling. In all three categories, and both resolutions, the FPS delivered was highest with the Nvidia cards. At 2560x1600, the HD 4850x2 and HD 4850 CrossFire setup fall right into what would be considered by most people to be unplayable frame rates. The HD 4890 CrossFire and GTX 260 SLI combos match up well in World in Conflict, with no real difference in the performance.