Legit Video Card Reviews
24 ATI Radeon PCI-E Video Cards Benchmarked
|Product:||24 ATI Radeon PCI-E Video Cards|
|Date:||Thu, Mar 22, 2007 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Brian Wallace -|
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is an all-new Action/RPG that lets players create their ultimate team from the largest Super Hero alliance ever as they engage in an epic quest to determine the fate of the Marvel universe. For decades, Earth's Super Heroes have opposed evil in their own cities, and on their own terms. But now, Dr. Doom and a newly reformed Masters of Evil have plans for world domination, and the heroes must band together to defeat them. Players can create and control their own completely unique team, selecting from the largest roster of legendary Super Heroes ever assembled in one game.
This was another game that CrossFire was not working 100%. It worked fine as long as Advanced Lighting was not enabled which as you can see from the single card results is exactly when it needs to work.
Everything faster than 200FPS was not included in the High Quality chart because, well, at that frame rate it doesn't really matter! Only X1000 series cards were able to run in Advanced Lighting mode and from those cards everything slower than the X1650 in the previous chart was reduced to single digits or actually caused the game to crash to desktop. Since single digits framerates are not playable even in a third person game the results were not included.
Next Page - 3D Mark 2006
Page 1 - Cleaning Out The Closet For Our Readers
Page 2 - Test System
Page 3 - Company of Heroes
Page 4 - F.E.A.R
Page 5 - Rainbow Six: Vegas
Page 6 - Tomb Raider: Legend
Page 7 - X3: Reunion
Page 8 - Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
Page 9 - 3D Mark 2006
Page 10 - Surprise, X850 CrossFire Does High Resolutions