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Glad to see some improvement, I might get this soon.

Question for anyone playing the game, does the TressFX hair collide as weirdly as it does in the benchmark in the actual game - with the hair offsetting by an obvious distance? Looks odd, I suppose that angle isn't a common one for 3rd person though.
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post #12 of 76
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Glad to see some improvement, I might get this soon.

Question for anyone playing the game, does the TressFX hair collide as weirdly as it does in the benchmark in the actual game - with the hair offsetting by an obvious distance? Looks odd, I suppose that angle isn't a common one for 3rd person though.

In third person view you are usually far enough away that you won't see any weirdness on a regular basis. However, every now and then, you'll either loose the hair entirely (Lara still looks good in a crew cut) or run into a situation where it behaves oddly. For example, there's a Gondola level where it's supposed to be flying in the wind and it goes out of sorts.
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However, every now and then, you'll either loose the hair entirely (Lara still looks good in a crew cut) or run into a situation where it behaves oddly. For example, there's a Gondola level where it's supposed to be flying in the wind and it goes out of sorts.

Lara Croft looking like Sinead O'connor wouldn't do it for me, i'd have to say.
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the Tressfx hair might be a little weird but is a hell of alot better than the generic crap that comes with the game. Trust me
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why do they have a 680 under a 7970 and a 670 under a 7950, when they have higher averages

They rank by minimum fps. But there's tie on min fps between 7970 and 680, but 680 has the advantage on average, so I'm guessing it was just a mistake.
It's worth mentioning that they are sponsored by AMD

It seems like weak compute power was not the culprit of Kepler not doing so well with TressFX on.
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7970ghz is 10% above 680 in this benchmark @ 1080p/2xSSAA/tressfx etc but over at Hardocp the 680 is 25% in front. Bit of a anomaly there
Which of the two seems more plausible...
    
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the Tressfx hair might be a little weird but is a hell of alot better than the generic crap that comes with the game. Trust me
I think they made the generic one crap only to make TressFX look good.
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Which of the two seems more plausible...

[H] tested in game, not with the built in bench.
 
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[H] tested in game, not with the built in bench.

Built in bench is far more reliable.
    
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Recent benches make me question HardOCP's credibility. In their most recent one they claimed a 680 performs 50% better at 1080p than a 670.

Props to GameGPU for retesting 35 cards with the latest drivers. The results they get are much more consistent and the reviews are more detailed overall.
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