Benchmark results on this page are from the resolution of 1920x1200, which exceeds 1080HD quality and is a popular resolution for 24" widescreen LCD monitors. Monitors in this category start at $300 with Hewlett-Packard and Samsung offering popular models.
Average Frame Rate
At the resolution of 1900x1200, the average frame rate of the GeForce GTX 280 increased another 3% over the EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 Superclocked and held an overall advantage of 13%.
1920x1200 - Average Frame Rate
Minimum Frame Rate
Minimum frame rates from the same tests are provided below. The GeForce GTX 280 had a 17% advantage in the minimum frame rate, which interestingly, declined slightly at the next higher resolution of 2560x1600, which is presented on the following page.
1920x1200 - Minimum Frame Rate
In Call of Duty 4, the EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 Superclocked delivered excellent performance at the resolution of 1920x1200 with 4x antialiasing enabled. A minimum frame rate of at least 60 frames per second is desirable in fast-paced titles like Call of Duty 4 as shooting accuracy improves greatly - especially during online multiplayer sessions.
The resolution of 1920x1200 seemed to be the target for Crysis as the average/minimum frame rates during gameplay under Windows XP was 53/31. This test was from a sample of 3,000 plus frames captured while progressing through the intro level. With 2x antialiasing, the frame rate dipped into the low-20s and turned out to be borderline playable. Note that enabling the flash light caused a slight decrease in performance.