Just testing out the visuals and framerate differences between having Nvidia Gameworks on/off. Might be useful for someone trying to decide between AMD and Nvidia as well. I wouldn't recommend using Gameworks if you want a smooth gaming experience, although the effects do look cool.
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500GB Samsung 850 Evo SSD
Short video showcasing some of the effects from Nvidia Gameworks. PC specs: Intel i7 4770k@4GHz MSI GTX970 Corsair 16GB 1866MHz Asus Xonar D2X 60GB Corsair Force GT SSD 120GB Corsair Force GT SSD 256GB Corsair Force LX SSD 1TB Western Digital Black 1TB Western Digital Green Coolermaster V850 PSU NZXT H440 NZXT Kraken x61 Like and subscribe if you fancy seeing more! https://www.youtube.com/GamingP0rtal https://twitter.com/Gamingp0rtal
Batman Arkham Knight comes with extra Nvidia Gameworks graphics options. We wanted to explore what the impact is when turning these on or off. The Arkham Knight Gamework graphics options are Interactive Smoke, Interactive Paper Debris, Enhanced Rain, Enhanced Lights Res: 1920x1080 Game: Batman Arkham Knight Note: Frame Rate counter in corner of screen Batman Arkham Knight PC benchmark performed on MSI GTX 950 Gaming 2G | Intel i7-5820K | 16GB Please note that we would love to widen our range of reviewed hardware but this will only happen with your support. Please support us by subscribing to this video channel and sign up to http://www.game-debate.com where you can back us
Sorry guys, this video took me much longer than I expected it to take because the amount of dickery went so deep. It's not as though I previously didn't know about this stuff, but investigating properly... jeez, poor AMD :( Time and time again, it's the same story. I investigate. 0:08 - PhysX 1:16 - Tessellation (Important to understand later examples) 1:45 - Crysis 2's DX11 upgrade 2:31 - Fallout 4's Godrays 2:51 - Witcher 3's Hairworks 3:02 - Nvidia Gameworks Controversy 3:42 - Why hasn't AMD prepared for this? + Nvidia's defence 4:08 - AMD's competing technologies and open sourcery 4:59 - OPENGPU VS Gameworks... but will Nvidia accept? 5:36 - 3D Vision and Gsync 6:36 - Shadowplay XOXOXOX 7:15 - Conclusion I knew this would happen, but there are a number of recurring responses from people. I'm pleased with this video because it says what I wanted to quickly and without getting off-topic to defend myself. But I'll do it here: 'Nvidia's a company! They're not meant to play nice!!!' ...no, which is why they're DICKS. What they're doing isn't illegal, but it's anti-competitive. It's not about using their own technologies. It's about deliberately making life hard for everybody else, which DOES have a knock-on effect for users of competing products. 'Nvidia is more than half the audience!!!11' Doesn't change what I said tbh. But if you factor in Intel, who also does graphics, then they are about 50-50. 'AMD HAS RAPTR!!!!' Yeah I mention this. Raptr's video capture is GVR. It's good, but can't support EVERY application or desktop use, which is very useful for me on a day-to-day basis. It's also only HD, and the limitations in other areas are lower as well. It's not quite good enough. I would have included links to all of the sources but a quick google search of them works just as well. This video originally started off as a comparison between Nvidia and AMD technologies but naturally evolved into this as I investigated them. Brought to you by an Nvidia user. Check out my channels: ● 3kliksphilip: https://www.youtube.com/3kliksphilip ● 2kliksphilip: https://www.youtube.com/2kliksphilip ● kliksphilip: https://www.youtube.com/kliksphilip Other information you might like: ● Website: http://3kliksphilip.com ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/3kliksphilip ● PC Specs: Intel 3770K, 16 GB RAM, Geforce 670 2 GB.
Check out the incredible effects NVIDIA GameWorks brings to the Batmobile in Batman: Arkham Knight! Destructible objects such as fences, guard rails, and trees fall to pieces when you run into them. Smoke and fog pours out of the Batmobile, as you race and fight your way through the streets of Gotham. It’s Batman: Arkham Knight, The Way It’s Meant to Be Played. GameWorks Technology shown in the video: • Interactive Fog and Smoke • PhysX Destruction Learn more at: http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/batman-arkham-knight-nvidia-geforce-gtx-batmobile-gameworks-trailer Follow us at: www.twitter.com/NVIDIAGeForce www.facebook.com/NVIDIAGeForce
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