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Lost Planet 2 Benchmarking - Radeon HD 5850 vs GeForce GTX 460 1GB
|Product:||Lost Planet 2|
|Date:||Wed, Aug 18, 2010 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
The Lost Planet 2 DX11 Benchmark
Last week, we took a look the DirectX 11 Benchmark for the game Mafia 2 and this week we have yet another new DirectX 11 benchmark for you now that the Lost Planet 2 benchmark has been released. The Lost Planet 2 standalone benchmark can be downloaded for free and used to measure video card performance on yet another DirectX 11 game title.
According to Capcom Lost Planet 2 is the second installment in the saga of the planet E.D.N. III, ten years after the story of Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions.
The snow has melted and the lush jungle life of the planet has emerged
with angry and luscious flora and fauna. With this new environment comes
the addition of DirectX 11 technology to the game. This benchmark
version does not have any playable areas of the game, but contains two
benchmarks that represent different elements you will see in the full
Featuring support for DirectX 11 and DirectX 9, Lost Planet 2 delivers its Akrid-infested world in even greater detail. Through DirectX 11 features, smoke will have lifelike volume and depth, water surfaces react realistically to player interaction and bullets, and level bosses are rendered with more detail than ever before. Lost Planet 2 will also feature support for NVIDIA 3D Vision and 3D Vision Surround technologies (wireless 3D Vision glasses sold separately) bringing PC gamers more eye candy than possible on consoles once again.
Since Lost Planet 2 is going to push what most computers are able to do, Capcom and NVIDIA released this benchmark to test out how your PC performs. If you look at the recommended game settings the Lost Planet 2 benchmark doesn't look like it would be tough, but trust us it is! If you plan on picking up this game title when it is released on October 15th, 2010 then we suggest downloading the benchmark and run it in Direct X 11 benchmark mode to see how it performs. You might find that you need an upgrade if you want to play the game with the eye candy cranked up.
Next Page - DX9 Versus DX11 on Lost Planet 2
Page 1 - The Lost Planet 2 DX11 Benchmark
Page 2 - DX9 Versus DX11 on Lost Planet 2
Page 3 - The Test System
Page 4 - Benchmarking on Lost Planet 2