- October 21, 2009
- Written by Mark
soothepain over at the coolaler.com forums(translated) has posted an impressive set of PhysX benchmarks. Using the ATI HD 5870 and a Nvidia GT220 for dedicated PhysX using the ATI/Nvidia PhysX hack, sooththepain used several Nvidia PhysX demos and the CryoStasis PhysX Benchmark and Batman Arkham Asylum to answer the question of weather or not a dedicated Nvidia PhysX card really makes a difference.
from the coolaler forums:
ATI + NVIDIA Shuangjian merger speculation in recent hot, simple to say that ATI card with an NVIDIA card, so ATI’s cards can also enjoy the PhysX physics acceleration effect.
Of course, NVIDIA would like to see this is not because of PhysX, but tactics used to bind the game, which, under the main video card with ATI operations, with a low-end NVIDIA graphics cards can also open the PhysX hardware acceleration, but this is not the officially recognized, you must use the Patch file to crack.
As for the crack of the way, the Forum has published within the monkp, here is no longer details, please refer to the following link.
Generally use this method mostly ATI’s high-end cards can run with a low-level physical speed of the NVIDIA card, if the two cards are roughly the same performance, and that really lacks significance on the. ATI HD5870 NVIDIA GT220。 The following tests are used ATI HD5870 with NVIDIA GT220.
CPU: INTEL Core i7 975 Extreme CPU: INTEL Core i7 975 Extreme
CPU Cooler: Tuniq tower 120 extreme CPU Cooler: Tuniq tower 120 extreme
RAM: DDR3 1600MHz 2GBx3 CL8 RAM: DDR3 1600MHz 2GBx3 CL8
MB: EVGA classified X58 MB: EVGA classified X58
VGA: ATI Radeon HD 5870 + NVIDIA GT 220 VGA: Gigabyte ATI Radeon HD 5870 + Gigabyte NVIDIA GT 220
HDD: SeagateBarracuda 7200.12 1TB HDD: SeagateBarracuda 7200.12 1TB
PSU: ENERMAX Revolution 85+ 1050W PSU: ENERMAX Revolution 85 + 1050W
OS: Windows 7 RC 7100 64bit OS: Windows 7 RC 7100 64bit
Read the rest of the post with in-depth benchmarks and pictures here.
Tags: 5870HD, ATi, Dedciated PhysX, Dedicated PhysX Card, GT220, Nvidia, PhysX
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