Graphics Card in History

Tom’s Hardware Guide Graphics Cards: VGA Charts IV AGP Video Cards – FarCry – Very High. I also found those benchmarks for Phil, I was looking for.
With Farcry, there are the statistics comparing video cards by family:
| Card | Farcry noAA/AF (fps) | 4xAA, 4xAF | Generation |
| GeForce 6800 GT | 79.2 | 53.4 | 2004 |
| X800 Pro | 71.1 | 48.8 | 2004 |
| Radeon 9800 Pro | 40.2 | 26.4 | 2003 |
| GeForce FX5900 U | 20.7 | 14.1 | 2003 |
| Radeon 9600 Pro | 16.8 | 15.1 | 2003 |
| GeForce Ti4600-8x | 28.3 | 12.6 | 2002 |
| GeForce4 Ti4200-8x | 23.9 | 10.5 | 2002 |
So you can see, basically, his Ti4200 is about at the limits of playability. So it is about 3x slower if you have all the antialiasing and anistrophic filtering turned off.
If you turn on all the advanced stuff, it is 5x slower and unplayable at 1024.768.

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