F.E.A.R. is an instant classic first-person shooter that involves both horror and action. The gameplay is fun and packed with terrifying action.
Below are the results of running an action-filled sequence of F.E.A.R. using 1024x768 and 1600x1200 resolutions with the stock MSI 8600GTS. Whenever
antialiasing was enabled, Supersampling and Gamma Correct were both enabled.
F.E.A.R. | 1024x768 Stock
F.E.A.R. | 1600x1200 Stock
This game is awesome, and got good results on the MSI 8600GTS. Now, let's see how we do with the same resolutions with the overclocked MSI 8600GTS.
F.E.A.R. | 1024x768 Overclocked
F.E.A.R. | 1600x1200 Overclocked
Using the results of 8xAA and 16xAF, we see a 12.3% increase from stock to overclocked at 1024x768 and a 6.6% decrease from stock to overclocked at 1600x1200.
The decrease is an anomaly that sometimes shows its ugly head when the card is overclocked a little too high.