Sapphire HD 6770 FleX Edition Reviewccokeman - July 3, 2011
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Mafia II is a third-person shooter that puts you into the shoes of a poor, Sicilian immigrant, Vito Scarletta. Vito has just returned home from serving overseas in the liberation of fascist Italy — to avoid serving his jail sentence — to find his family in debt. The debt must be repaid by the end of the week, and his childhood friend, Joe Barbaro, conveniently happens to have questionable connections that he assures will help Vito clear the debt by that time. As such, Vito is sucked into a world of quick cash. Released in North America for PC in August of 2010, the game was developed by 2K Czech published by 2K and uses the Illusion 1.3 game engine.
- AA = Off
- 1x AF
- In-game settings = Medium
- Ambient Occlusion = On
Higher = Better
In the Mafia II testing, the HD 6770 FleX delivers performance close to that of the HD 6790 at stock clock speeds. Once overclocked, there is a measurable increase in the performance of the HD 6770 FleX, but not enough to keep pace with the HD 6790.