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Palit GTX760, GTX770 and GTX780 Super JetStream Review

After a delayed release from late 2012 to March 2013, the game received much anticipation and hype. Tomb Raider received much acclaim from critics, who praised the graphics, the gameplay and Camilla Luddington’s performance as Lara with many critics agreeing that the game is a solid and much needed reboot of the franchise. Much criticism went to the addition of the multiplayer which many felt was unnecessary. Tomb Raider went on to sell one million copies in forty-eight hours of its release, and has sold 3.4 million copies worldwide so far.
We set the game up at the ULTIMATE graphics settings, and tested at both 1920×1080 and 2560×1600.
tomb raider 1920
No problems for any of the hardware on test. Smooth frame rates throughout.
tomb raider 2560
At 2560×1600 the demands increase considerably and the frame rate on the GTX760 drops to just above 20 frames per second. This has a negative effect throughout the experience and the engine judders noticeably. The GTX770 performs better and never drops below 25 frames per second. The GTX780 is the ideal card to play this game at 2560×1600 however especially with the image quality settings at the maximum.

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