KFA2 GTX570 Review
The only thing we can expect from Crysis Warhead is that it’s nothing if not a fussy thing. So it proves with the KFA² giving an enormous score at stock and about what we’d predict when overclocked. Either way it’s an improvement over the reference design.
It’s sequel, Crysis 2, is one of the newer games on our test rotation and so we’ve only got one comparison for the moment. The vanilla version in all it’s console-based DX9 finery is solid if unspectacular and you can certainly see that with low levels of detail there is a lot to be said for a cheap dual-card configuration.
However, ramp that Image Quality up with the DX11 patch and the Hi-Res texture pack and it’s clear that the underlying architecture can make a huge difference. The KFA² GTX570 puts up some stunning numbers. The level of detail is amazing and yet we’re still north of 40 FPS average.