GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB Performance
(Longer bars indicate better performance)
Company of Heroes, 1600x1200, High Quality 4xAA/16xAF
Company of Heroes, 2048x1536, High Quality 4xAA/16xAF
Oblivion, 1600x1200, High Quality, 4xAA/16xAF
Oblivion, 2048x1536, High Quality, 4xAA/16xAF
Half-Life 2 Lost Coast, 1600x1200, High Quality, 4xAA/16xAF
Half-Life 2 Lost Coast, 2048x1536, High Quality, 4xAA/16xAF
The GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB performs in line with our expectations. It's a quick card, but it does have memory limitations. The card performs wonderfully at 1600x1200 with 4x antialiasing, but falls behind when memory size comes into play at the highest resolution and image quality settings. The stock GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB is a great option if you're willing to sacrifice AA and AF settings for higher frame rates. If you can't live without the higher-resolution and antialiasing settings, you might want to consider jumping up to the 640MB GTS or the 768MB GTX.
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