south side sammy wrote: please don't say nobody is ever going to go back and take another look at this. it's something I think needs to be done. In that article it just says physx this physx that and shows a few FPS charts. I'd rather have more information. That's what it's all about. Learning and understanding. I hope physx lives, whether it's the "free" version ( that ATI is trying to push ) or not. I have a hard time grasping nvidia would just cede. It's more than just a gimmick.
south side sammy wrote:that's not true. if you have a gtx580-gtx660 or above and you toss on a 9600gt or 8800gt or something less than a gt450/550 you'll lose performance.
south side sammy wrote:hows about this. you take 2 top end cards ( 680's )........ make one a physx card. play batman and/or borderlands2.
if there was a way to find out what exactly the physx card uses to perform it's part................ you could get your answer. no need to test 47 games. no need to use 47 different cards.
as I said before. performance is a combination of many different factors. unfortunately we only see the frames per second side. I've gotten high frames and rotten performance before and I've gotten low frames and good performance before.
south side sammy wrote:I don't own and haven't played any of the Batman games nor the borderlands games. You still don't get it. It's no about ANY game. It's about actual usage of whatever physx uses to perform it's tasks.
TheEmrys wrote:Its just such a niche area.
south side sammy wrote:You still don't get it. It's no about ANY game. It's about actual usage of whatever physx uses to perform it's tasks.
Chrispy_ wrote:This is nvidia's complete Physx list[/url], I count only nine games worth mentioning on the list.
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