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Here’s what BioShock Infinite looks like on PC with everything turned up

The below shots are taken on a GeForce GTX 670, which had absolutely no frame drops or lag whatsoever and pulled a smooth 60FPS through the whole game.

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towelie12881282d ago

nice

if this is a gtx 670 damn wonder what a 680mx looks like

Farsendor11282d ago (Edited 1282d ago )

if everything is maxed on a 670 and a 680.both are running at 60fps. then the game will look the same unless you are running the 680 at a higher resolution.

towelie12881282d ago (Edited 1282d ago )

well if the images are on 1080p then it could be better i have 2560x1440 resolution
exciting

cant wait to play this game

Lior1282d ago

I'm playing it on a 680 and I get 40fps to 60

chukamachine1282d ago

Would look the same on a higher rez.

A native 1080 display will look best at that range.

A higher display will look best at it's native rez.

NATIVE is always best.

Why would people compare this to crysis.

This is to be more compared to dishonoured.

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jcornish1282d ago

i have 2 670's in sli that power 3 screens for nvidia surround, its incredible, any game with a graphics card like a 670 or a 680 is just beautiful haha

jcornish1280d ago

@MooseWI altogether i have spent around £2000 on my rig, but this rig will last me for years :)

Lior1282d ago

btw the gtx 670 with ultra graphics at 1080p cannot be a smooth 60fps, i have a 680 overclokced the hell out of with an i7 and i get around 50-60fps, turn off the damn vsync its a stupid system that will make u play at 30fps

cellmember1282d ago (Edited 1282d ago )

i have a overclocked GTX 670 i can confirm a smooth 60fps on the latest drivers. ive never seen it dip bellow 60 average is around 70. This is at 1080p Ultra with everything maxed. performance increase fro the nvdia driver update was huge for me.

jcornish1280d ago

before i put in my other 670 i got a easy 60fps....

Kran1282d ago

Do you understand graphics cards at all? lol

ATiElite1281d ago

HD6970 CFX at 1600p, Ultra Settings, 4xMSAA 16xAF

Looks SUPER SWEET but plays even better.

Bioshock Infinite got me to put down Arma 3 for a HOT SECOND and that's impressive.

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clintagious6501282d ago

Graphics wise it has a beautiful art style but I still think crysis looks better despite being an inferior all around game.

SatanSki1282d ago

Crysis looks better becouse it is like 20 x more detailed and uses much more advanced effects like tesselation. Here i see flat, simplified geometry and average textures. Its even not in the same league as Crysis. Offcourse some may like stylised graphics but i dont.

Majors1282d ago (Edited 1282d ago )

Yeah I agree with Crysis
The graphics look amazing, But the style is totally different to Crysis and cant be compared.
Just checked out Aquamala's screen shots and they look stunning.

HammadTheBeast1282d ago

Yes, but this game has much better gameplay,and has lots going on screen, it sacrifices a bit of the graphics for that.

1nsomniac1282d ago

Yea I agree it looks great, but as for the developer claiming its the best looking game available & will be for at least the next year......There deluded!

Sony3601281d ago (Edited 1281d ago )

It is one of the most gorgeous games out there right now. Artistically at least, and considering what they pulled of with the engine, I would agree with them. Not the best, but one of the best. It certainly has a unique art style.

It just looks gorgeous and is well optimised.

Kinger89381282d ago

Very well optimized on pc imo

MooseWI1282d ago

I was starting to worry that my 670 couldn't handle it. Can't wait to get home, now to sit through work..

RedDeadLB1282d ago

Seriously? The freaking 670 is a high end card, amongst the top 5 in existence and you're wondering will it handle UE3?

What would you do if you had my GTX 460?

HammadTheBeast1282d ago

No it's not. It's a high end graphics card, but nowhere near the top 5 in existence. Just check out the no-sold-in-store ones that major graphics and movie companies use.

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