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Devil May Cry 4 Performance

Posted on Sunday, June 15 2008 @ 04:40:44 CEST by

The fourth installment of the Devil May Cry series, Devil May Cry 4, was announced way back in March of 2007. The game was eventually released, earlier this year (2008), simultaneously on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Just recently the game was released on PC, and the developers were kind enough to release a free benchmark of the game along with the demo. The benchmark weighed in at just 483MB’s, and of course we downloaded it to throw no less than a dozen ATI and Nvidia graphics cards at it...
There you have it, Devil May Cry 4 on the latest graphics cards, including a few from previous generations. As you can see, the game is fairly well optimised, allowing for excellent performance on GeForce 9600 GT and Radeon HD 3850 graphics cards. At this stage the game seems to have SLI support, but the Nvidia drivers need to be updated to accommodate for it. For the most part Crossfire appears to work exceptionally well, at least with anti-aliasing disabled.
Check out the report at Legion Hardware.



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