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Old 08-16-10, 09:40 AM   #1
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Post Mafia II Benchmark: PhysX Comparison And Performance Tweaking Guide

Zogrim over at PhysXinfo.com is at it again with another awesome PhysX comparison video and PhysX performance tweaking guide for the Mafia II demo. Using the built in benchmark in the Mafia II demo, Zogrim has made a nice PhysX on/off comparison video showing what the game looks like with PhysX enabled and PhysX disabled. As you can see from the video there is a huge difference in the way the game looks. Check out the video below. Zogrim has also stated that a Full scale APEX PhysX effects comparison video is planned for when the entire game is released. To see the PhysX comparison videos that he has done in the past be sure to check out his YouTube page here.

Zogrim has also put together a really nice PhysX performance tweaking guide for the demo showing how you can turn off certain PhysX effects to increase performance. Check it out here.

From PhysXinfo.com:
As you may notice, when APEX is set to 'High' ' a lot of dynamic particles (impact debris, chunks from explosions, smoke) are added, and simulated clothing for characters as well. Detailed effects description is available here.

Unfortunately, this one is not even close our usual detailed comparison videos, so ' our apologies.

Full scale APEX Effects comparison is planned only after Mafia II release

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