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Old 18th May 2006, 18:31   #1
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Cell Factor Running With And Without PhysX

From HardOCP: Several of our forum members have run some independent tests with the Cell Factor demo and the new Ageia PhysX card. The results are definitely not what you would expect, little to no difference between running the demo with or without the aid of a PPU. There is also dual and single CPU testing (with and without PPU) as well. Very interesting stuff for sure.
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How to run Cell Factor without PPU? add "EnablePhysX=false" to the game shortcut...


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PhysX Enabled, Multiple CPU:
Min: 28
Max: 43
Avg: 38.1

PhysX Disabled, Multiple CPU:
Min: 19
Max: 42
Avg: 38.65

PhysX Enabled, Single CPU:
Min: 26
Max: 37
Avg: 34.4

PhysX Disabled, Single CPU:
Min: 15
Max: 32
Avg: 27.45
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Playing around a bit; it seems the GFX card is really the bottleneck, if you increase the texture quality and filtering everything slows down quite a bit, at low detail/resolution the explosions go very fluently.
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