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Far Cry 4 Benchmarked, Performance Review

Graphics have always been a selling point of the Far Cry series as few games offer the same open world environments that can be experienced in Far Cry. The latest iteration is no exception. Being an Nvidia "The Way It's Meant to be Played" title, FC4 has loads of optimizations for GeForce cards, including HBAO+, PCSS, TXAA, Godrays, and HairWorks. If nothing else, this should make it all the more interesting to compare results.

Rumor: Nvidia GeForce GTX 880 specs revealed

Rumor: Nvidia GeForce GTX 880 specs revealed

The latest rumor from Tyden.cz has allegedly detailed the Nvidia GeForce GTX 880, which is set to be the company's flagship Maxwell-based graphics card when it launches later this year. Of course, it's always worth taking rumors with a grain of…

Benchmarking Free to Play: World of Tanks, Dota 2, PlanetSide 2 and League of Legends Tested

World of Warcraft is considered a massive success, yet it's dwarfed by World of Tanks' 1 million concurrent players and 75 million total users. You can also find more than half a million people playing Dota 2 on any given day and League of Legends has over 7.5 million players online during peak hours.

While you may not need a Radeon R9 290X or a GeForce GTX 780 Ti to get the most out of these games, we're curious to see how hard those titles can push today's hardware.

league of legends and world of tanks benchmarks

Thief Benchmarked, Performance Review

Despite being built with the aging Unreal Engine 3, Thief touts some cutting edge rendering techniques that have put the game on our radar. Thief's built-in benchmark appears to do a good job of demonstrating a worst-case performance scenario, so if your system can average 60fps in the benchmark you should enjoy perfectly smooth gameplay from start to finish.

Thief Benchmarks