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Battlefield 3 Beta GPU & CPU Performance

We love that Battlefield 3 is using the PC as the lead platform rather than a console. When played on the PC the game will handle 40 more players and will take advantage DirectX 11 and 64-bit processors.

DICE recommends a quad-core CPU be used along with 4GB of system memory. As for the graphics card a GeForce GTX 560 or Radeon HD 6950 is suggested, meaning that gamers will want to spend around $200 on a modern graphics card to appreciate Battlefield 3. Today we'll take a peak at what's required to play Battlefield 3 as we check out how the beta performs.

AMD shows first working 28nm notebook GPU

AMD shows first working 28nm notebook GPU

AMD teased the first working 28nm notebook GPU to the public today at a media event in San Francisco, California. The chip in question, which is expected to launch as part of the upcoming AMD Radeon HD 7000 series, was…
Euclideon claims to revolutionize gaming graphics tech

Euclideon claims to revolutionize gaming graphics tech

Update: Markus "Notch" Persson, the creator of Minecraft, has posted a statement on his blog disproving Euclideon's "unlimited detail" technology of nothing more than a scam. Furthermore, id Software founder John Carmack posted a tweet saying that the there is no chance the technology would…

Medal of Honor SP Graphics & CPU Performance

Developed by EA's Danger Close and DICE, this latest installment in the MoH series is simply titled "Medal of Honor." Meant to reboot the series, MoH takes place during the ongoing war in Afghanistan featuring single and multiplayer modes. For the purpose of this article we are focusing on single player performance.

Medal of Honor is unique in that it uses two different graphics engines for single player and multiplayer modes, so all the performance testing we are about show you will only reflect output in the single player mode.