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  • GeForce GTX 275 Video Card Review
  • GeForce GTX 275 Video Card Review


    Call of Duty 4

    Call of Duty 4 is set in modern times with a conflict in the Middle East and parts of Eastern Europe. The game is a very fast moving intense ride of pure all out gun and run kind of action. COD4 never gives the ability to sit back and think.  The game known for its incredible single player story line, and its strong online multiplayer community. Technology wise COD4 is based on DirectX 9 technology and really show that game developer can still make incredible graphics from the older API.
    COD4 was testing running through "The Bog" level with all setting maxed out. Anti-Aliasing was set to 4x, and Anisotropic was set to 16x. V-Sync was turned off and bodies were set to medium.
    Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare is an older game based on the old DirectX 9 API. Yet the visuals in it are just as good as some of the DirectX 10 games. For all of the cards reviewed here all resolutions run pretty good with COD4. The GTX 275 shows just a little bit of extra power over the GTX 260 at lower resolutions, but pretty much tie at the higher resolutions. For the Radeon 4870 both NVidia cards hold much higher frame rates over it.