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  • Gigabyte Radeon HD5770 Video Card Review
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    Crysis Warhead

    Crysis Warhead is the same game as the first Crysis just 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 fully fledged 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: Mainstream
    1920x1200: Gamer
    1680x1050: Gamer
    Catalyst 10.2 has really helped the Radeon HD 5000 series when it comes to playing Crysis Warhead. The Radeon HD 5770 goes hand in hand with the Radeon HD 5670 X-Fire setup, and even beats the GTS 250, if just barely. The Radeon HD 5670 does not have a chance against the Radeon HD 5770, but as we have seen before the Radeon HD 4890 is still the fastest card in the bunch.