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XFX R7 250 Review

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XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing:

BioShock Infinite, much like the first two installments of the franchise, is a first-person shooter known for its strong story and atmosphere. This third installment of the franchise no longer takes place in the underwater world of Rapture, but in the could city of Columbia. Utilizing many of the gameplay characteristics of the original games, BioShock Infinite has garnered critical acclaim. Taking the player through a maze of outdoor and indoor scenarios, the action is not constrained by territory. Developed by Irrational Games and published by 2K Games, this iteration uses the Unreal 3 game engine.

 

 

Settings:

  • DirectX 11
  • Global settings = Medium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BioShock Infinite was easily playable at medium settings; things could probably be turned up, but the game doesn't look bad at these settings. Overclocked, the HD 7750 didn't gain as much as the XFX R7 250 did — repeatedly getting around 118-119 FPS.



  1. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0: Introduction & Closer Look
  2. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Closer Look: The Video Card
  3. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0: Specifications & Features
  4. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Setup & Overclocking
  5. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Metro: Last Light
  6. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist
  7. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: BioShock Infinite
  8. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Crysis 3
  9. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Far Cry 3
  10. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Battlefield 3
  11. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Batman: Arkham City
  12. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Unigine Heaven 4.0
  13. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: 3DMark
  14. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Temperatures
  15. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Testing: Power Consumption
  16. XFX R7 250 Ghost 2.0 Conclusion
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