BattleForge: DX11

While BattleForge can be tough under DX10, under DX11 it’s even more brutal. Here we use the DX11 renderer and turn on self shadowing ambient occlusion (SSAO) to its highest setting, which uses a DX11 ComputeShader.

BattleForge DX11

BattleForge DX11

BattleForge DX11

Even with the DX11 ComputeShader, the story remains the same for the GTX 400 series.The GTX 480 enjoys a 20-30% lead, and the GTX 470 takes a smaller 20-25% lead. At this point the GTX 470 is even trading blows with the 5870.

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  • Matt Campbell - Monday, August 02, 2010 - link

    Ryan, what was the special sauce you used to get Badaboom working on Fermi? My GTX 460 won't run it, and Elemental's website says Fermi support won't get added until Q4 2010. http://badaboomit.com/node/507 Reply
  • niceboy60 - Friday, August 20, 2010 - link

    I have the same probleme on my GTX 480 , Badaboom does not work on fermi ,according with my own experience and Badaboom official web site
    I dont think this benchmarks are accurate
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  • niceboy60 - Friday, August 20, 2010 - link

    I bought a GTX 480 based on this review as I do a considerable amount of video converting
    Just to find out ,dispite the GTX 480 is showing very good resaults when using Badaboom
    The truth is Badaboom is not compatible yet with any GTX 400 series according with The badaboom web site .
    Reply
  • adder1971 - Friday, September 17, 2010 - link

    The Badaboom website says it does not work and when I try it with the GTX 465 it does not work. How were you able to get it to work? I have the NVIDIA latest release drivers as of today and the latest released version of Badaboom. Reply
  • wizardking - Tuesday, September 21, 2010 - link

    I bought this card for it only ! I used badaboom with number which you use !!!!!! Reply
  • IcarusLSC - Wednesday, September 22, 2010 - link

    How'd you set the 4x + TrSS 4x mode in Battlefield BC2? I can't find anythign that resembles it in the nVidia panel at all to force it etc...
    Thanks!
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  • jmkayu - Thursday, October 14, 2010 - link

    Please do yourselves a favour, do not believe every paid review you see, and listen to actual users. In an unprecedented move of arrogance, nVidia has intentionally crippled the entire 400 series performance for anything but mainstream games. When 8000 series handily outperform the new 400, we have a problem. Check the following user discussions, and especially the last one from a developer.

    http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=18157...
    http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=16675...
    http://www.opengl.org/discussion_boards/ubbthreads...
    http://news2.mcneel.com/scripts/dnewsweb.exe?cmd=a...
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