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Dark Void: PhysX benchmarks roundup.

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Dark Void release is very close, and PhysX benchmarks are starting to emerge. We’ll try to gather all available info on one place.

You can check out game performance by yourself, using Dark Void PhysX benchmark.

[18.01.10] Dark Void: Physx-Shooter im Test by PCGameshardware.de (English Version)

That’s right – single GTX260 can’t handle Dark Void with APEX Turbulence effects enabled (Medium and High PhysX settings). Actually, dedicated GTX260 and above – official recomendation for High PhysX settings.

[22.01.10] Dark Void Review with PhysX Analysis by Gaming Heaven

Apart from game review itself, containts brief description of GPU PhysX effects and some benchmarks (test system – Core-i7 975, 3x 2GB DDR3 1600, NVIDIA GTX 295, NVIDIA GTX 260 PhysX)

[27.01.10] Dark Void PhysX performance by EXPreview.com

Several performance tests with various dedicated GPU setups, using Dark Void PhysX benchmark.

[03.02.2010] Dark Void PhysX Gameplay Performance and IQ by HardOCP

PhysX effects description, benchmarks with NV (GTX295/285/275, GTS 250) and ATI (HD 5870/5850/5770/5750) GPUs with different PhysX settings.

[09.02.2010] Dark Void – PhysX Analysis by Mydrivers.com

Article includes PhysX tests with various Nvidia GPUs (single and dedicated), unfortunately with “Low PhysX” settings as Dark Void benchmark was only used.

– We’ll update this post as more articles emerge –

Written by Zogrim

January 18th, 2010 at 2:38 am

Posted in PhysX Games

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6 Responses to 'Dark Void: PhysX benchmarks roundup.'

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  1. Hello. Do you know the date of physx benchmark release for download? Thanks for answer.

    Marek

      

    mareknr

    18 Jan 10 at 7:00 pm

  2. Now I used 8800GT to display and GT240 as PhysX accelerator. I’m inquisitive to performance on my PC…

      

    mareknr

    18 Jan 10 at 7:04 pm

  3. I have no information on benchmark release date, but I think it’ll be released soon.

    As for your system, you’ll be able to play normally on Low PhysX settings, maybe – Medium.

      

    Zogrim

    18 Jan 10 at 8:28 pm

  4. I hope that GT240 will give better results. Never mind. :-) Thanks for information.

      

    mareknr

    18 Jan 10 at 9:06 pm

  5. It seems that there is no difference between GT240 and GT260 as dedicated PhysX accelerators. In resolution 1920×1200 only 0.5FPS. But it was Low@PhysX so I am interesting in Extreme version of PhysX.

      

    mareknr

    11 Feb 10 at 6:37 pm

  6. Would it be possible to “import” Medium and/or High PhysX FX from the full game into the benchmark ? Which files would be needed to turn the benchmark’s Low mode into High ?

      

    ztorm

    16 Feb 10 at 1:27 am


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