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CES 2010: Supersonic Sled PhysX demo

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While Nvidia fans and consumers are waiting for live demonstration of long-awaited GF100 (Fermi) GPU on CES 2010, we are focused on new PhysX demos and games that Nvidia, without doubt, has brought to CES.

Thanks to PC Watch website, sneak peak on GF100 demo system is already available (video by TweakTown)

More interesting, Nvidia will demonstrate special “Supersonic Sled” PhysX demo on this system, according to PC Games Hardware

Nvidia confirmed to PC Games Hardware that there will be a special Physx demo, called Supersonic Sled, on display at the CES. The rocket that is shown, isn’t just animated physically correct, but also offers the appropriate smoke – the destructible obstacles are animated correctly, too. The demo supports DirectX 11 and 3D Vision.

Update: Supersonic Sled demo was shown running on Thermaltake Element system, with three GF100 GPUs inside. Only one demo screenshot is present, blurry because of stereo effect (click to view full pic)

Source: computerbase.de

Update #2: Another screenshot, Screenshot #3 and first video (shown below) | Video #2 | Video #3 | Video #4

Update #3: really nice video from PC Games Hardware. Details PhysX simulation and DX11 tesselation features. | Video #6 by PC Perspective

Written by Zogrim

January 7th, 2010 at 4:18 pm

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2 Responses to 'CES 2010: Supersonic Sled PhysX demo'

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  1. Cant wait for that Supersonic Sled demo 8-)

      

    Vojtech

    7 Jan 10 at 7:26 pm

  2. Hopefully someone can mod this Demo, Cause I want to see how my
    ATI 5870 gtx260 hybrid physx seup runs it.

    Demo is to showcase DX11 and Physx, Check and check why can’t I play too

      

    dalamak

    1 Apr 10 at 2:33 am


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