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Old 02-23-10, 10:50 PM   #15
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Default Re: Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Benchmarks

I don't understand why people make games run so bad for benchmarks.

The results are pretty meaningless if the best card in the test is barely managing 30fps minimum. If the game is running like ass on all cards TURN DOWN THE FREAKING ANTIALIASING.

I'd rather see benchies at 1920x1200 with no AA and 4xAA. The game uses so many sprites and shader effects that 90% of the scenery is still aliased all to hell, so the huge performance hit isn't worth it at all.

I love to see massive charts like that that show a ton of information, but when someone puts that much time into something to show that 50 GPUs cannot run the game smoothly at a given setting, it seems like a waste of time.
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