Still, to this day, F.E.A.R. is one of my all-time favorites and definitely one of the scariest games I've ever played. The water and fire effects have yet to stop amazing me and the textures are so life-like that I can imagine how the walls would feel if I were to reach out and touch them as I look at the screen.
The results below compare the three graphics cards at various resolutions using the "Maximum" settings for both the CPU and the graphics. 4xAA, 16xAF, soft shadows and all of the other settings were pumped up as high as they could go in order to stress the graphics cards to the fullest extent possible.
The most surprising part of the benchmark results is that the Inno3D GeForce 7900 GS at stock speeds (the light blue bar in the middle of each cluster) isn't that far behind the GeForce 7900 GT. I was surprised that overclocking didn't allow it to pull ahead of the GeForce 7900 GT, but I suspect that shows just how important those pixel-pipelines really are in shader-intensive games. Either way, the results are still impressive and Inno3D's GeForce 7900 GS is able to hold its own quite well against its bigger, more robust brother.