ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review :: Gaming

05-18-2009 · Category: Hardware - Video Cards

By Ben Sun

The first game I played on the ASUS card was Cryostasis. This game makes liberal use of PhysX effects to show off physically modeled water. Turning off PhysX made the game all but a slideshow, totally unplayable. With PhysX enabled I was able to play the game at maximum settings with PhysX.

Sacred 2 is another PhysX game. This game has spell effects that blow leaves into the air that are not present when PhysX is disabled. Again turning on PhysX without it being enabled on the card caused unplayable frame rates throughout. With PhysX turned on in the drivers and in the game it was a totally different experience.

Zeno Clash is a new 3rd person action game set in the world of Zenozoik. You play a character called Ghat journeying through the world trying to find the end of the world and the true story of what happened to his Father-Mother. The game played wonderfully on the ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX card.

The Last Remnant is the latest game from the makers of Final Fantasy for the PC. The game stars you and a party of adventurers to try and complete the various quests and further the epic storyline. The Last Remnant is based upon Unreal Engine graphics technology so expect huge turn-based battles and beautiful locations.


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ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review


ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review


ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review
ASUS ENGTX260MATRIX Video Card Review