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Metro: Last Light | Hardware and Performance Review

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Published on May 13, 2013

Neoseeker brings you a hardware demo and comparison on 4A Games' newest title, Metro: Last Light.

We put a Gigabyte 7870 and Crossfire 7970s through their paces with the game, and got some results for those curious about their own configurations.

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Both systems running Catalyst 13.5 Beta

System 1:
AMD Phenom II X4 B93 @ 3.5GHz
ASRock 970DE3/U3S3
8GB DDR 1333MHz
Gigabyte HD7870 WindForce 3 (Stock)
Hitachi Deskstar 1TB 7200RPM SATA II
Windows 7 64-bit

System 2:
Intel i7 3770K (Stock)
ASUS Sabretooth Z77
16GB DDR3 1333MHz
Gigabyte HD7970 WindForce 3 (Crossfire, Stock)
Western Digital Black 1TB 7200RPM
Windows 7 64-bit

Benchmark used:
Metro Last Light Default Bench (found within the game folder)

DirectX - DirectX 11
Resolution - 1920x1080
Quality - Very High
Texture Filtering - AF 16X
Motion Blur - Low
SSAA - Disabled
Tesselation - Very High
Physx - Disabled

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