Originally Posted by J!NX;13834210
I can give you a nice list from my Steam Library.
Batman: Arkham Asylum
Assasins Creed 2
Grand Theft Auto IV
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
So far that's all i've played with these SLi GTX 560 Ti's. I'm betting the list will get bigger as I try all the rest of the games in my library. *1GB vRAM* is not for eye candy.
EDIT:I have to agree with you maybe not on 2-4xAA, but he did mention 16XAA, and i'm assuming when someone likes to set AF at that level. They're enthusiastic in eye candy.
Are you for real?
I don't know how you people set up your pcs and how many things you run in the background.
Maybe not patched properly?
Few really demanding games are usually so boring it's not funny, once you finish them they're useless.
Apart from Metro 2033, Crysis, Crysis Warhead And to some extent GTA IV all of those games run butter smooth for me at 1080p on absolute max and then some.
And even with those listed to make them playable turning couple of things down a notch is not a problem what so ever.
How about applying some FXAA, it will only cost you about 3 fps.
How about running GTA IV with a commandline.txt and many many more various things you can do to a game to make it just as good looking with fps to spare.
I would understand if you want to run 2560x1440 and heavily modded.
Fair enough, besides not every game needs 60 fps.
Are you really going to be crying because your game drops to a certain fps for a second or two?
I can bet you anything you want that some will be perfectly fine with around 35+ whilst some will need 80 because they're so fast paced and usually they will be pretty damn well optimise to do so.
Besides are we taking screen shots and benchmarking or just playing?
It's all about how you utilise your hardware