Home / Tech News / Featured Announcement / ASUS GTX 760 MARS Review (1600p, Ultra HD 4k)

ASUS GTX 760 MARS Review (1600p, Ultra HD 4k)

Splinter Cell Blacklist is the sixth installment in the series. The game begins with Sam Fisher and his old friend Victor Coste who are about to depart from Andersen AFB in Guam when an unknown enemy force destroys the entire base. Assisted by hacker specialist Charlie Cole, Sam and Vic manage to escape, although Vic is injured after protecting Sam from a grenade. Soon after, a terrorist group calling itself “The Engineers” assumes responsibility for the attack and announce that it was the first of a deadly countdown of escalating attacks (called “The Blacklist”) on United States assets, declaring that they will halt the attacks only after the U.S. government accomplish the demand of calling back all American troops deployed abroad.
Blacklist_DX11_game 2013-10-25 14-43-43-06Blacklist_DX11_game 2013-10-25 14-44-06-39
We selected 4K – 3840×2160 resolution and the ‘High’ Graphics quality preset. Screenshots shown above.
image001

splinter cell blacklist 4k
The Asus GTX 760 MARS goes head to head against the Nvidia GTX780 Ti at Ultra HD 4K, although the dual GTX760 solution has the slight edge in our test environment.


Become a Patron!

Check Also

KitGuru Games: Resolution Doesn’t Matter (Anymore)

There once was a time when console generations were defined through the resolution by which the console could output at. One of the biggest selling points of the Xbox 360 and PS3 was the fact that these systems were capable of outputting games in HD. Yet, as consoles support higher and higher resolutions, we have seen developers focus less on offering games at such resolutions, instead using new rendering techniques to create what may be the start of the post-resolution gaming experience...