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Poll Results: Impressed with Physx currently?

 
  • 37% (3)
    Impressed
  • 62% (5)
    Not so impressed
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post #11 of 27
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

I really wish Nvidia ditch away PhysX or CUDA being proprietary and embrace open source standard. Much prefer AMD had it not been GPGPU.
PhysX is nice feature but not mind blowing.

They should embrace open source standard, but there are too many gamer's that are still falling for the Phsyx gimmick, so the $$$ speaks. We have to wait for a mass gamer wakeup.
post #12 of 27
They dont even compare it to anything useful... an 8800 vs a 560... talk about a generation gap.
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The list of games supported by Physx is very sad as well. I mean I play all sorts of games, but I believe the only game I have with Physx support is metro.
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post #14 of 27
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The list of games supported by Physx is very sad as well. I mean I play all sorts of games, but I believe the only game I have with Physx support is metro.

Only game I play with PhysX is Batman. Most games use Havok instead.
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post #15 of 27
physx is pretty much useless. I know I didn't buy my nvidia cards because of physx
post #16 of 27
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The list of games supported by Physx is very sad as well. I mean I play all sorts of games, but I believe the only game I have with Physx support is metro.

a very mild support of physx afaik. a i7 920 @ 4ghz = performance of an i7 920\+dedicated physx card on metro. the cpu can handle the hardware physx and performance is exactly the same when you have your cpu overclocked. I wish I can remember the review that I got this info from a while ago. ima try to do a quick search and post it here. just another fyi
post #17 of 27
The only thing in that video that looked cool was the way the mist parted when run through - other than that it's the same old uneccessary additions.

It's like the physics components are totally tertiary and are done by another team just so they can say "check out my particles guys!".
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post #18 of 27
although I wouldn't play batman arkham city without physx. I remember getting a dedicated card on my HD5970 about a year ago when I played arkham asylum. it sucks without physx biggrin.gif

5970+8800ultra for physx.

I remember this heating up my room everytime I play games. even hotter than my two gtx 480's @_@
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Edited by jprovido - 11/24/11 at 4:08pm
post #19 of 27
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Nice Rig! Physx has been gimped for sure. Its useless now, i wonder why Geforce cant see its potential, its like they looked at it and said meh... Physx has potential but its owned by a company that bought the rights to it and doesn't care about it.

Think about it, before we had actual "Video Cards" the CPU or some other inadequate component was handling video and graphics
but then there was a breakthrough! A video Card was made to handle Video and Graphics and now its a must in video gaming.

Think about it, before we had actual "Physics Cards" the CPU or the inadequate Cuda or Stream components on a video card was handeling Physics.
but then there was a breakthrough! A physics Card was made to handle Physics in real time and now... oh wait.. GeForce killed it....

Now that Physx has been killed, we have to wait for the slow progression of CPU technology to one day be powerful enough to act as a Physx Card would have. SO we have to wait for something on the order of 16-20 on die CPUs (e.g. 2014) to even be in the ball park of handling the type of Physics a good Physx Card would have.


Thankyou Geforce for killing a technological breakthrough of epic proportions.. idiots
Edited by jcrew3002 - 11/24/11 at 8:11pm
post #20 of 27
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

WE SHOULDNT BE IMPRESSED WITH CURRENT PHYSX. WE SHOULD BE SHAKING OUR HEADS AT THE LACK OF REAL PROGRESS.
If they treated video card technology, the same way they treat PhsyX technology, we wouldn't have progressed past a Radeon 9700 Pro and a Geforce Ti 4200....

Maybe because it took like 4 GTX 580's to make that video.tongue.gif
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