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Powercolor HD6950 PCS++ 2GB Review – dual action

BattleForge is a video game developed by EA Phenomic and published by Electronic Arts. It was released on Windows in March 2009. A demo was released in the same month. BattleForge is a card based RTS. It revolves around trading, buying and winning through means of micro-transactions. Micro-transactions are not required for playing the game, only for buying new cards.

It supports DirectX 11 providing full support for hardware tesselation.

Battleforge across three screens is perfectly playable when configured to the HD6970 bios setting. When switching to the HD6950 setting, the performance suffers a little, dropping below the 25 fps sweet zone a couple of times.

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