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Tuesday, 09 February 2010 10:59

XFX GTX 285 Black Edition - 7. Batman Arkham Asylum

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Still the fastest single-GPU Geforce




Batman Arkham Asylum:

We tested Batman Arkham Asylum without PhysX effects due to the fact that Radeon cards don't feature PhysX. However, you can get PhysX support if you use a Geforce card alongside the Radeon. It's not something Nvidia had in mind, but it can be done.

You can check out HD 5870 results with PhysX effects, courtesy of a dedicated Geforce, here.


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