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  • EVGA GeForce GTX560 Ti SuperClocked Video Card Review
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    Crysis Warhead

    Crysis Warhead is the same game as the first Crysis.  The only real difference is that it's being told from the point of view of another soldier named Psycho. The character Psycho is on an island just off the coast of China fighting against North Koreans and some rather cold hearted aliens. Crysis Warhead is a DirectX 10 game that has no mercy on any graphics card to-date.
    All of the settings per resolution are below, and Anti-Aliasing is turned off during testing.

    2560x1600: Gamer
    1920x1200: Enthusiast
    1680x1050: Enthusiast
    Crysis Warhead is a very demanding game that requires a lot of power to play at the highest settings.  Even with a healthy overclock the GTX 560 Ti SC is not going to get much from this game.   However once SLI comes into the picture the GTX 560 Ti cards do take the stage and hold the magical 60FSB at 2560x1600 resolution.  Not even the GTX470 SLI could do that.