Our Sleeping Dogs test scenario consisted of me driving around the game's amazingly detailed replica of Hong Kong at night, exhibiting my terrifying thumbstick driving skills.
This game's graphics are intensive enough that we were easily able to stress these GPUs at 1080p.
Dropping back to Windows 7 doesn't benefit the 7950 in this game, either. As in Win8, the 7950 posts a higher FPS average than the GeForce, but a small number of high-latency frames detracts from the 7950's performance.
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