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Old 19th June 2009, 21:23   #1
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Default Cryostasis Sleep of Reason Performance Evaluation

Cryostasis is a game that is quite different from the normal FPS. Instead of the "walk down the hallway and kill 'em all" scenario, you are allowed brief interludes to slowly piece together what went horribly wrong on the Northwind. The game is a series of puzzles that need to be solved, with some serious action for good measure along the way. Solve the puzzles, survive the cold, and in the end you save the Northwind and its crew. The PhysX effects are great to look at, but come with a serious performance hit when using even moderate performance settings. When the PhysX effects are turned on, the ATI cards just could not deliver playable frame rates at any resolution, due to the CPU doing all the PhysX calculations. Turn them off, and the game is quite playable with the ATI cards, even with the AA and AF options ticked. As for the Green camp, I expected better gameplay results with the PhysX effects turned on, and they delivered better performance. With the settings I used, the GTX 295 and GTX 285 were playable at 1920x1200 but no higher.

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