Metro 2033 is a slightly older first-person shooter, which continues to bring even the toughest of graphics cards to their knees. The game has a lot of DX11 eye-candy, which really puts a strain on any GPU. All DX11 features were enabled for the benchmark and we used the “Tower” level for our test.
A sequel to Arkham Asylum, Arkham City features a more open-world style of gameplay as well as DX11 elements. For this test, we disabled Nvidia's PhysX, since it would be unfair to AMD’s cards. Everything else was maxed out.
ZOTAC has kept the street price quite aggressive at Rs.17,222 for the standard edition and Rs.18,444 for the AMP! Edition. This is slightly more expensive than the GTX 560 Ti and HD 6950 2GB but the performance difference balances out the increase in price, especially if you plan on gaming at Full HD resolution. Of course, this is just the launch price; give it a few months and the street price should easily settle at around 15K or so, making it a very attractive purchase. ZOTAC has once again delivered a well built and good looking card with great performance to boot. If you were thinking of picking up the GTX 560 Ti or HD 6950 for that matter, we'd recommed you put in a little more and get the GTX 660 instead or simply wait for the price to settle and then pick it up.
Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
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