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Nvidia Dark Void GPU PhysX Comparison Video Released

People have been uploading the Nvidia Dark Void GPU PhysX Comparison video that was recently posted over at the Dark Void nzone.com information page. Check it out below and in case you missed it be sure to check out the Dark Void GPU PhysX comparison video from PhysXinfo.com we posted it below also or check it out here. The videos show what the game looks like with PhysX on and PhysX off showing the difference it makes in games and the different PhysX features that have been implemented into Dark Void. If you are interested in the different PhysX features that have been implemented in various other games and what they bring to games be sure to check out our 7 PhysX Comparison Videos You Need To Watch.

Also YouTube user john2ss has uploaded a nice HD video of him playing Dark Void on the PC with PhysX features set to High showing the different PhysX features and what they look like in Dark Void check it out below.

From nzone.com Dark Void information page:

The extensive use of NVIDIA® PhysX® and APEX technologies delivers stunning in-game physics effects. In fact, when it ships in the fall of 2009, Dark Void will have the distinction of being the first game to use dynamic, accurate smoke effects and smoke trails for the game’s innovative jetpack, UFOs, and spaceships, all of which will be hardware-accelerated by GeForce® GPUs when played on compatible PCs.

GPU PhysX in Dark Void from PhysXinfo.com:

Dark Void [PC] High PhysX:


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