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Old 08-03-10, 08:10 PM   #1
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Post PhysX FluidMark 1.2.0 With And Without Multi Threaded CPU PhysX Video

toutagamon has posted an impressive video to YouTube showing his rig running the latest version of PhysX FluidMark 1.2.0 that supports multi-threaded CPU PhysX. He starts by showing off FluidMark running without multi-threaded support then enables it in FluidMark so you can see the difference. Check out the video below and be sure to check out his YouTube page.

You can download PhysX FluidMark here.

From toutagamon's YouTube Page:
PHYSX FLUIDMARK 1.2.0 BENCHMARK WITH AND WITHOUT MULTI THREADED CPU PHYSX 1920X1080 ATI 5850 CORE I7 860

Ok here we have the latest version of Fluidmark. What is so special about this version, is that it supports CPU multi threaded PhysX calculations.

This video consists of two parts. First part without multi threading and second part with multi threading enabled. Notice the huge difference. Not the framerate difference. The SPS difference that is shown at the end of each test. The SPS value, is what is of interest here.

Now imagine how much faster games could run, even in ATI cards, if they used multi threading cpu PhysX calculations. Nuff saidâ?¦.!

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