Tress FX 2.0 will have better integration into games and even less of a frame hit. With Tress FX 2.0 we should expect about the same graphical capability as Tress FX (Original) and less performance cost.
Review from pcgamehardware: Source2
Google translate : Source3
We have tried the demo on a GTX titanium, with standard settings requires the powerful Nvidia GPU in 2560 x 1440 just over two milliseconds for the calculation of the effect. Consider a frame rate of 60 frames per second without TressFX 2.0 out would equal the nearly eight frames that would be lost by switching the effect. To counter testing we planted following a Radeon R9 290 in our test system. Not surprisingly, the AMD GPU is significantly faster in the calculation, the performance loss by TressFX is compared to the GTX Titan by almost 25% lower.
Edited by sugarhell - 1/13/14 at 9:34am