Set in 1912, the game has protagonist, former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt, sent to the floating air city of Columbia to find a young woman, Elizabeth, who has been held captive there for most of her life. Though Booker rescues Elizabeth, the two become involved with the city’s warring factions: the nativist and elite Founders that rule Columbia and strive to keep its privileges for White Americans, and the Vox Populi, underground rebels representing the underclass of the city. During this conflict, Booker learns that Elizabeth possesses strange powers to manipulate “Tears” in the space-time continuum that ravage Columbia, and soon discovers her to be central to the city’s dark secrets.
Here at 1080p we hit 135.5 FPS with the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation which puts it at 3rd place behind the two more expensive GTX 980Ti’s.
Notch the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation up to 1440p in Bioshock and it barely missed a stride and drops 7 FPS to 130.42.
BioShock Infinite wasn’t a problem for the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation and even at this uber resolution it hits 59.7 FPS making BioShock one of the more well optimized games on the Market.
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Battlefield 4™ on PC, powered by the advanced technology of DICE’s proprietary Frostbite™ 3 engine, blurs the line between game and glory. With dynamic destructable environments, vehicular combat, and the chaos of all-out-war with 64 players, Battlefield 4 on PC is an unmatched interactive experience.
In addition to its hallmark multiplayer, Battlefield 4 features an intense, dramatic character-driven campaign that starts with the evacuation of American VIPs from Shanghai and follows your squad’s struggle to find its way home.
There is no comparison. Immerse yourself in the glorious chaos of all-out war, found only in Battlefield.
In Battlefield 4 the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation hits a respectable 89.95 FPS coming in ahead of its closest relative one the charts the R9 390X.
Move Battlefield 4 up to 1440p and we get a good 63.13 FPS and even the lower end enthusiast cards do a good job on 1440p.
Knock Battlefield 4 to the 4K resolution and we got a 33.3 FPS from the behemoth XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation maintaining its traditional 3rd place ranking on our charts.
Battlefield 4 Settings
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The game follows Ajay Ghale, a young Kyrati-American of Nepali origin who returns to his native country of Kyrat (presently in Nepal) to spread his deceased mother’s ashes. Kyrat was an autonomous state in the Himalayas ruled by separate Kyrati Kings. Kyrat is derived from Kirati, a collection of Himalayan people originating from Tibet bordering the Himalayas. Ajay finds the country in a state of civil war between Kyrat’s Royal Army led by the country’s eccentric and tyrannical king Pagan Min and the Golden Path, a rebel movement fighting to free Kyrat from Min’s oppressive rule. The choices Ajay makes will determine the fate of Kyrat. This story has been inspired by the ten-year-long Maoist insurgency in Nepal.
FarCry 4 has been a staple in video card testing for a while and at 1080p the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation has no problem knocking back 83.7 FPS.
Crank the resolution up to 1440p on FarCry 4 and things start getting nasty hard for the video cards and only the upper tier cards can play FarCry 4 with all the settings cranked up. The XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation ran a 39.8 FPS so it’s holding its own so far but lets take a look at 4K.
FarCry 4 Settings
Metro Last Light
Metro: Last Light is the sequel to Metro 2033. Published by Ukrainian game studio 4A Games, it is set in the same post-apocalyptic future as its predecessor, where mankind tries to survive in the underground of Moscow’s Metro. The story takes you through claustrophobic tunnels where you fight both humans and mutants. Each step takes you closer toward revealing a dark future and the possibility to prevent it.
Just like in the last title, the 4A Engine is used. It fully supports DirectX 11, Tessellation and Physics, we test with Physics turned off.
Metro Last light the 1080p resolution wasn’t even a small challenge for the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation and it rocked 57.9 FPS which just shows you how demanding PC games are. Of course a lot of PC games are console ports, so many that we’ve lost track, and ports are notoriously bad at being optimized. Console games tend to have such lower graphical details utilizing APU built-in graphics capabilities but then they port them to PC and scale up the graphics richness without consideration for the excessive load put on expensive GPU’s. In our humble opinions it’s the game designers that need to produce games capable of running current hardware that it is Video cards trying to chase poorly optimised games.
Metro runs well on the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation at 1440p and the massive card hit a 39.6 FPS and we would guess it’s not really built for 4K so we left testing at 1440p.
Metro: Last Light Settings
Grand Theft Auto V for PC offers players the option to explore the award-winning world of Los Santos and Blaine County in resolutions of up to 4k and beyond, as well as the chance to experience the game running at 60 frames per second. The game offers players a huge range of PC-specific customization options, including over 25 separate configurable settings for texture quality, shaders, tessellation, anti-aliasing and more, as well as support and extensive customization for mouse and keyboard controls. Additional options include a population density slider to control car and pedestrian traffic, as well as dual and triple monitor support, 3D compatibility, and plug-and-play controller support.
From the looks of it GTA 5 is pretty well optimized but there are so many different settings you could easily crank GTA 5 up to video card crushing levels. We went with a Very High philosophy on GTA 5 and it’s paid off in FPS and the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation threw out an amazing 125 FPS,
We hit 1440p in GTA 5 and the XFX R9 Fury Pro Triple Dissipation hit 87,5 and the lower tier enthusiast cards did ok but would obviously buckle at any higher resolution.