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Unreal Engine 3 on Kepler GPU

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While some of you may or may not know that Kepler is closing in (If you didn't hear that the paper launch is due to release March 12th). NVIDIA just linked this on Facebook.

http://www.geforce.com/News/articles/epic-shows-samaritan-demo-running-on-next-generation-nvidia-kepler-gpu

Basically it's the demo of Samaritan running on Unreal Engine 3. In the article, they say that it took 3 GTX 580's in tri-SLI to be able to run the demo in real time. But in this specific demo, they are using ONE single Kepler GPU. Check it out if you're interested.
Edited by XtHXNE - 3/7/12 at 10:42pm
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Also need to mention kepler is only running FXAA where the GTX 580's are running 4X MSAA and on a older UE3 revision..
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Originally Posted by bmgjet View Post

Also need to mention kepler is only running FXAA where the GTX 580's are running 4X MSAA and on a older UE3 revision..

There's a WHOLE section in that article that talks about that. FXAA sure does look better though...
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Yeah, Just found that post. 4X MSAA is a lot more demanding tho, So the demonstration is a bit bias.
Not long until we can see some real bench marks of there mid range tho.
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