Unlike Mafia 2, Metro 2033 still does an amazing job of pushing old and new hardware to the limits. With our test settings maxed at an almost unreasonable setting it’s a great way to benchmark cards, but I wouldn’t recommend trying to play the game on those settings, unless you’re running a pair of GTX580’s. Both DirectX10 and DirectX11 benchmarks show a bump in performance with the overclocked AMP. SLI results gave us an almost playable 24 FPS, putting it above the numbers we saw with two HD6870’s in crossfire! With PhysX enabled this isn’t to surprising considering Nvidia’s top notch PhysX support.