VR Zone got their hands on benchmark results from a pair of GeForce 8800 GTX SLI graphics cards in the DirectX 10 game Crysis.
Besides 8800 GTX SLI cards the system also features the Intel Core 2 Quad XQ6700 processor on the Asus Striker Extreme motherboard with 4GB of DDR2 800MHz memory, 2 150GB Western Digital Raptor HDDs in RAID 0, a BFG PhysX cards and the Windows Vista operating system.
Here are the results. The game was run for 5mins with high quality settings, Phys on, no AA/AF. FRAPS was used to record the minimum, maximum and average FPS.
(HQ, no AA/AF, Phys On)
In ultra-high resolutions like 2560 x 1600 (useful for displays like the 30" Dell 3007WFP LCD display) Crysis really manages to bring ultra high-end computer systems to their knees. With an average FPS of only 1.7 it's like your watching a slideshow instead of playing a game.
Note: These results obviously don't come from the final Crysis game. They originate from a Chinese hardware site, I'm not sure how they got these figures but I suppose it could come from a source at a graphics card maker.
Use Disqus to post new comments, the old comments are listed below.
Re: Crysis DirectX 10 game benchmark results by Anonymous on Friday, September 14 2007 @ 17:50:44 CEST
its fake, its already confirmed
Re: Crysis DirectX 10 game benchmark results by Anonymous on Monday, November 05 2007 @ 03:43:36 CET