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Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X 2 Benchmark
Old 22 October 2010, 17:53   #1
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Ubisoft has released a stand-alone benchmark of its upcoming Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X 2 title. Here are some details about the game: "This highly anticipated sequel to Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. lands you in the cockpit of the world's most technologically advanced fighter jet. Become an elite aerial soldier as you complete adrenaline-pumping airborne missions high above the Earth. Will you be able to soar with the best? You will take off into an explosive environment where you are in control of the world's most powerful and technologically advanced aircraft. Pilot these elite aerial machines in intense heart-racing airborne missions."

This benchmark received a lot of heat after AMD asked HD 6800 reviewers to avoid it: "It has come to our attention that you may have received an early build of a benchmark based on the upcoming Ubisoft title H.A.W.X. 2. I'm sure you are fully aware that the timing of this benchmark is not coincidental and is an attempt by our competitor to negatively influence your reviews of the AMD Radeon HD6800 series products. We suggest you do not use this benchmark at present as it has known issues with its implementation of DirectX 11 tessellation and does not serve as a useful indicator of performance for the HD 6800 series. A quick comparison of the performance data in H.A.W.X. 2, with tessellation on, and that of other games/benchmarks will demonstrate how unrepresentative H.A.W.X. 2 performance is of real world performance.

AMD has demonstrated to Ubisoft tessellation performance improvements that benefit all GPUs, but the developer has chosen not to implement them in the preview benchmark. For that reason, we are working on a driver-based solution in time for the final release of the game that improves performance without sacrificing image quality. In the meantime we recommend you hold off using the benchmark as it will not provide a useful measure of performance relative to other DirectX 11 games using tessellation."

Download: Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X 2 Benchmark

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Old 22 October 2010, 21:22   #2
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46 fps average with a 5850 4x aa everything else maxed out stock frequencies is it normal? 5850 users could you post your results please
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You should get better performance! Like all last 5-6-7 games that have been released last months (MOH, Lost Planet 2, etc) have all had terrible performance on ATI cards specially. ATI need to hire a new driver team, and maybe hire a new CEO at the same time. ATI was known to be stable but with good performance, and very good IQ, but last 6months all those things have vanished in to thin air. Catalyst drivers are today a disaster, specially with CFX cards/setups.
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Old 23 October 2010, 04:49   #4
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You should get better performance! Like all last 5-6-7 games that have been released last months (MOH, Lost Planet 2, etc) have all had terrible performance on ATI cards specially. ATI need to hire a new driver team, and maybe hire a new CEO at the same time. ATI was known to be stable but with good performance, and very good IQ, but last 6months all those things have vanished in to thin air. Catalyst drivers are today a disaster, specially with CFX cards/setups.
How can getting a better driver team keep Nvidia from paying to have games intentionally crippled?

The list keeps growing...
Hawx 2 (making tessellated polygons that are literally too small to see)
Batman: Arkham Asylum (Antialiasing disabled if ATI cards were detected)
The Saboteur (crashing)
Assassin's Creed (Ubisoft recalled a DX 10.1 patch because it gave phenomenal performance on ATI cards, which is a no-no for TWIMTBP games. They claimed that some dust effects didn't render right)

TWIMTBP has come to mean "Looks like you get to find out where we planted the mines, ATI users"
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Well I believe if AMD going to add some implementation into their drivers to reduce the Tessellation Factor while playing the game ,it's nothing more than cheating .
they had 1 year to fix their Tessellator unit and everybody warn them but they just said there is no game that uses that degree of tessellation . and now that there going to be a game that use that amount of tessellation what's their response ? reduce tessellation factor via driver instead of fix their hardware .
It's pathetic they are going to made the benchmark and game irrelevant .its become a useless comparison if NVIDIA draw 3000 polygon and AMD draw 300 polygon

and sadly some review site decided to stay silent because they wanted to stay favored by AMD
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I need to have ubisoft id/password for benchmark? seriously? gtfo
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the benchmark gives the error it can't connect to the internet ... wtf!?!
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