Mirror's Edge: Catalyst PC Performance Review

Graphical Options and Settings

Mirror's Edge Catalyst PC Performance Review

Graphical Options and Settings

 

When it comes to graphical options Mirror's Edge does a lot of things right, offering a wide range of options that will allow this game to be played on both high-end and low-end systems. 

The game features an FOV slider that ranges from 60 to 90 and allows gamers to easily customise the game to suit your preferred Field of view.  

The game does feature a resolution scale option, allowing gamers to change the games internal resolution in order to increase performance or increase visual quality. 

 

Mirror's Edge: Catalyst PC Performance Review

 

We have tested this game on the games 5 preset graphics loadouts, Low, Medium, High, Ultra and Hyper, the last of which was only added to the game this week by the developers.   

 

Mirror's Edge: Catalyst PC Performance Review  Mirror's Edge: Catalyst PC Performance Review  

(Low Settings (Left), Medium Settings (Medium))

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(High Settings (Left), Ultra Settings (Medium))

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(Hyper Settings)

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Most Recent Comments

08-06-2016, 16:56:39

Dicehunter
Good to see the Fury X taking the performance lead in 1080P and 1440P Quote

11-06-2016, 15:27:31

Primey
Your hyper settings results are very weird.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm5ZCJah-FY

Above video shows the 970 struggles with hyper settings because it is aimed at above very high vram cards yet you're saying the GTX 960 and 380 (both 2gb cards) manage hyper settings just fine? How can the 960 beat a 970 when it comes to hyper settings? Answer: It can't. Notice how in the video there's a 20 fps~ difference between ultra fps and hyper fps yet in your results the difference is only 5 or so fps AKA within margin of error.

I think you've messed something up, you didn't untick the gpu memory restriction settingQuote
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