|MSI GTX 660-Ti Power Edition Video Card|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Video Cards|
|Written by David Ramsey|
|Thursday, 16 August 2012|
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DX11: F1 2010
Codemasters' F1 2010 is officially licensed by Formula One World Championship Limited, the folks who run the actual Formula One franchise. As a racer, you must sign with a team and work to build your career, which consists of more than simply driving...although, to be honest, driving's most of it!
F1 2010 is really more of a simulator than anything else. You have to contend with everything from engine overheating to aerodynamics to dirt and rubber on the track affecting your traction in real time. Codemasters game designers and programmers spent time with Formula One race engineers, mechanics, and drivers to build the most realistic game possible.
Cost Analysis: F1 2010 (1920x1200)
Test Summary: It's always fun to see benchmark results, because they're never what you expect. After dominating the field in 3DMark 11, and N660Ti falls to the back of the pack in F1 2010. However, notice that the frame rates are still solidly playable, and look at that cost per frame per second!