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Tuesday January 30, 2007

Windows Vista Gaming Performance

PCPerspective takes a long hard look at Windows Vista gaming performance. How much will Vista impact your gaming? Systems using both ATi and NVIDIA video cards are used for testing, the results might surprise you.

I decided to take the retail version of Windows Vista Ultimate, got the latest drivers from both AMD and NVIDIA as of Friday and began to spend my weekend testing. What is important to note here is that my intention is NOT to compare the ATI Radeon cards against NVIDIA GeForce cards -- rather it was to compare the gaming experiences provided by ATI and NVIDIA on both Windows XP and Windows Vista.