PowerColor HD6990 LCS Review
Published: 17th July 2011 | Source: PowerColor | Price: £619 |
Firstly it's worth pointing out that this is not in v1.9 DX11 mode, that's going to be an upcoming test, so for now these results are for the 'vanilla' version of Crysis 2. The PowerColor absolutely creams the stock card getting up to the 100 FPS average, although obviously it's not a patch on the GTX590.
Always a fan of twin-GPUs, Metro 2033 definitely enjoys the benefits that the PowerColor HD6990 LCS brings to the table. The PowerColor is a whopping 15 frames on average ahead of an overclocked air-cooled HD6990. It's 30 frames behind the beast that is the GTX590, largely thanks to the heavy use of PhysX.