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AMD Zone recently posted bench marking news on Battlefield Heroes, these are the results.
The game is very limited in graphics options from "High", "Medium", and "Low" being the only options with no details or advanced section. The gameplay matches the engine in it's simplicity so that isn't a big deal, as you'll see the game runs well even on "High" even on older hardware.
We start things off at 1680x1050 and tested on value and older cards and as you can see they're all above 30fps even at "High" with the exception of the GeForce 6600 GT and Radeon 2600 XT video cards. The GeForce 7900 GTX hits almost 100fps, which is the limit for the game engine.
Bumping up the resolution to that of a 24" monitor we naturally lose performance on value cards but the 9500 GT excels in this game. A 7900 GT gets 50fps and a Radeon X1900 XT brings in 46 with settings maxed.
2560x1600 is the highest resolution supported by graphics cards and monitors today and luckily Battlefield Heroes supports it. The 7900 GTX which is now years old easily handles it coming in at 44.1fps and the 9600 GT brings in near 70.
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