ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review :: Gaming on the EN7800GT TOP Silent

05-22-2006 · Category: Hardware - Video Cards

By Benjamin Sun

I've been playing the heck out of Oblivion lately, since the game was released. The game has literally hundreds of hours of playtime and is one of the most graphically advanced games on the market today. Oblivion makes extensive use of Pixel and Vertex Shaders, HDR throughout the game. The 7800GT runs the game extremely well, with 1280x1024, and HDR playable throughout. I prefer playing with HDR to MSAA+Bloom, but it's a personal preference.

The second game I've been giving a lot of play time to is Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. This game is Ubisoft's latest tactical action game set in the near future. GRAW is an included game with XFX graphics cards and if you haven't picked it up I would strongly suggest it. The ASUS EN7800GT TOP Silent card played the game without problem up to and including 1280x1024.

Act of War was my favorite game of 2004, eclipsing such wonderful games as Half Life 2 and Far Cry. The first RTS (Real-Time Strategy) game I played was Command and Conquer, and it's still my favorite genre. The expansion pack to Act of War Direct- Action was recently released by Atari, High Treason. The expansion pack plays extremely well on the 7800GT.


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ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review


ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review


ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review
ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card Review