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PhysX 3DMark Vantage results

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by MrMilli, Apr 29, 2008.

  1. MrMilli

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    now if we all could read german we know what it is
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    It seems that the physX card is still garbage judging by the graph. Definitely not worth the money at all.
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    yeah hopefully, they will come out with some better physx cards. But within games theres a big difference, 5-25fps difference. But on this bench it's only looking like 1-3fps:laugh:
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    in games their is a huge diff....e ven if the game doesnt support it
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    hmmmm....after Nvidia acquired AGEIA Technologies there has been no updates af there drivers.
    The lastest driver update where the 20. november 2007......dispite the fact that the are
    problems with the drivers - special on the Vista 64 bit systems ( according to various forums )
    and myself (works great on Xp 32 bit )......

    Maybe the lack of updated drivers is Nvidia´s work......they are maybe trying to integrate
    the PhysX engine into the Geforce chips...and therefore they have no interest in update
    the existing drivers.......just a thought.....
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    nVIDIA has publicly stated that 8-series cards will support PhysX physics codec in near future.

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