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There is a pretty cool new PhysX benchmark you can download from a new TPS being developed by Epic games in China called Mars.The implements GPU PhysX effects on a pretty large scale with everything from fluid, particles, cloth, smoke, and destruction. You can find out more info from Geforce.cn and the games website.

Download and more info:

http://www.geforce.cn/whats-new/articles/qqsm-benchmark
http://www.qqsm.com/v5/benchmark.html

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPH-jkgYIO8[/ame]
post #2 of 7
to be completely honest, that video looks like crap, there was tons of lag and the debris wasn't realistic at all.
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;13927688 
to be completely honest, that video looks like crap, there was tons of lag and the debris wasn't realistic at all.

yup took the word out of my mouth, but still its only an gtx 460 , might be better with a higher end graphic card
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Well to me, the physx wasn't that good, I have seen better looking physics in BC2 and I am only using my sig rig. So I don't understand the point of having physx if you are going to make badly written code for it.
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Would be fun to watch my 5770's struggle with this.
    
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Originally Posted by Scope;13927763 
Would be fun to watch my 5770's struggle with this.

Will use CPU PhysX i think.
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