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tornadog 12-23-09 07:08 PM

gtx 285 poor performance???
 
I ran the Batman AA benchmark with the following settings and got:

Max:70,min:24,Avg:46

Settings:1680 x 1050, 4xAA, Physx Very High, Rest all Very High


Is this normal. I am seeing people getting FPS in the 100s with similar specs as in my sig, except for the processor which most have the i7s

snowmanwithahat 12-23-09 07:11 PM

Re: gtx 285 poor performance???
 
sounds about right... especially with a dual core

The days of gaming machines with dual-core processors is quickly fading. Even graphically intense games take a hit without having the proper power to feed the card

tornadog 12-23-09 07:29 PM

Re: gtx 285 poor performance???
 
And here I was thinking the i7s are a passing fad :P

BioHazZarD 12-24-09 04:50 AM

Re: gtx 285 poor performance???
 
Its recommended in this game having a separate gfx card if physx toohigh, i think your results are ok for that.

betterdan 12-24-09 09:41 AM

Re: gtx 285 poor performance???
 
What's the matter with your posted fps scores? Sounds pretty good to me.

Maverick123w 12-24-09 09:56 AM

Re: gtx 285 poor performance???
 
Same as above, looks fine to me. A dedicated physx card would probably bring up your mins and avg quite a bit.

Airbrushkid 12-24-09 10:41 AM

Re: gtx 285 poor performance???
 
Here's what I got with my old set up.

Max:114,min:15,Avg:44

Settings:1920 x 1200, 8xAA, Physx Very High, Rest all Very High

snowmanwithahat 12-24-09 11:45 AM

Re: gtx 285 poor performance???
 
Your performance didn't look too far off to be to be honest... Here's the results from my run

Min = 25
Avg = 51
Max = 60

That's with mine at 4x AA though... other than that everything else is identical. It's the physx that really takes a toll on these cards.


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