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    Star Tales PhysX Benchmarking program

    Just ran the new nVidia benchmarking tool from HERE

    Seems to run okay with my 9600gt, my results here on 1280x1024, 4aa/16 Dof and HDR


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    Re: Star Tales PhysX Benchmarking program

    LOL it runs on my ati 4850 from 5 - 10 fps . I have a physx card in my machine but I dont think its coded for that.

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    Re: Star Tales PhysX Benchmarking program

    I will get it and post some results

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    Re: Star Tales PhysX Benchmarking program

    Minimum: 5.61138
    Maximum: 16.074
    Average: 7.88636

    2.8ghz Phenom II 920, 8gb ddr2 800 ram, 1gb ATI Sapphire 4870, all stock clocked (not figured out how to overclock it yet) same settings as Mithrandir - figured I needed to do that so the results are comparable between different systems

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    Re: Star Tales PhysX Benchmarking program

    Using Mithrandir's settings:

    Min: 17.2059
    Max: 124.042
    Avg: 35.8187

    That's with Outlook, Stream and a few other apps running. Not bad I guess - looked to have plenty of, erm, bounce.
    My only concern is should I hide my true identity? A costume maybe?

    0iD: Plus weeing in it every now & again does it good
    scaryjim: 10" is just a little large to hold comfortably in one hand, which makes it a lot harder to tap, swipe and generally interact with.

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    Re: Star Tales PhysX Benchmarking program

    @ Stevie lee try ATI tray tools

    http://www.majorgeeks.com/ATI_Tray_Tools_d4569.html

    Use hardware/overclocking settings Open the 3d renerer and then click the find max GPU and mamroy settings to find the max just keep an eye on them as sometimes they will lock the computer up before it can back off.

    My results came from a 940BE, 4 gig of 800ddr2 and an overclocked 4850 on xp.

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