Inno3D GeForce FX 5700 Ultra GDDR3 Review - Page 3 of 5
By Steve Angelly - May 26, 2004
CALL OF DUTY
Not much I can add to what has already been said about this game. Definitely one of the best World War 2 games to come along. Quality AI and great graphics add to a interesting story line about the events that took place over 50 years ago in this epic struggle.
Call of Duty Dawnville Map
I used the nV News custom demos from the Dawnville and POW Camp maps to test the performance of the Inno3D GeForce FX5700 Ultra. Note that all in-game graphics and performance settings were configured to their highest quality, which really stresses a mid-range graphics card. Sound was set to Miles Fast 2D Positional Audio at 44khz.
Call of Duty Performance
I ran several gameplay tests at a resolution of 1024x768 with 4X antialiasing (AA) and 4X anisotropic filtering (AF), which resulted in an average of 30 FPS. The maximum frame rate approached 80, while the minimum frame rate was 20. Similar tests that were run at the overclocked speeds of 540MHz/1020MHz produced an average of 34 FPS.
UNREAL TOURNAMENT 2003
For comparisons to other reviews of the GeForce FX 5700 Ultra, I included benchmarks from UT2003. The table below contains Botmatch results from the DM-Asbestos (indoor) and DM-Antalus (outdoor) maps.
Botmatch results in UT2003 are a good measure of actual gameplay performance, which relies heavily on CPU capability. Matched with a high-end processor, the Inno3D GeForce FX 5700 Ultra allows a variety of resolutions and AA / AF settings to be used.