Last edited by BangTail; Jun 9 2011 at 18:48.
Lest you forget, Mr. Hunter, we are a ship of war, designed for battle.
You don't just fight battles when everything is hunky-dory.
What'd you think, son? I was just some crazy old coot putting everyone in harm's way as I yell "yee-haw"?
Capt. Frank Ramsey
USS Alabama (SSBN 731)
You are correct.
If you are using 2 or more cards you can also dedicate one of them entirely to PhysX.
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I admit I was sceptic about ragdoll physics, but what I see from the Alpha version of Arma 3 in the E3... well... I liked it, yeah!
Last edited by SpetS15; Jun 11 2011 at 11:00. Reason: just a misspell correction
Ragdoll physics will have an enormous effect on game immersion. The brain constructs reality by sensory reception so if it looks real it feels real, the visuals will really help pull the player into the game.