The GTX Titan rendered an impressive 88fps at 1920x1200 while the GTX 680 was much slower with 70fps and the HD 7970 GHz Edition struggled to match the GTX 670 rendering just 63fps. The HD 7950 Boost was again outclassed by the GTX 660 Ti.
For an average of 40fps, the HD 7870 or GeForce GTX 660 is required, though some gamers might accept the performance of the GTX 650 Ti or 7850.
The frame time testing again reveals very different performance to that of the frames per second data above. With a frame time of 19ms, the GTX Titan averaged just 53fps, a far cry from the 88fps we saw in the FPS testing.
This time the HD 7970 GHz Edition was slower than the GTX 670 as it took 29ms between frames opposed to just 27ms, meaning the former was effectively pumping out just 34fps.
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