Developed by Crystal Dynamics, this reboot of the famous franchise features a young Lara Croft. I tested it by running around a small mountain village near the beginning of the single-player campaign.
I tested at 1080p using the game's "High" detail preset.
These plots look a little different from those on the previous page. Note the Y axis, though. Our cards all spend most of their runs under 25 ms, which works out to around 40 FPS. More importantly, there are no big latency spikes. Translation: gameplay is smooth and largely stutter-free across the board.
Here again, the R7 260X is virtually indistinguishable from the 7790, and the 7850 1GB is faster than both of them. Also, in this game, both variants of the GTX 650 Ti Boost pull ahead of the Radeons.
None of our cards grapple with frame times over 50 or 33.3 ms. The 7850 1GB and the two versions of the GTX 650 Ti Boost also spend very little time above 16.7 ms. That means they crank out at least 60 FPS through nearly the entire run.
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