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Batman Arkham City – DirectX 11 Assistance With Thesis Chapters Arkham City was tested at 1920×1080/5760×1080 with FXAA, 16xAF and all other settings at their maximum. The NVIDIA card had PhysX on high, AMD PhysX was off.

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When we looked at Batman performance yesterday we noted that this was a game where NVIDIA users benefit from added image quality in comparison to AMD as PhysX is used for enhanced cloth and particle effects (with a performance hit). That meant with all game detail enabled the GTX 680 couldn’t quite offer playable framerates at 5760×1080 but combining two ZOTAC cards takes us much closer to flawless performance at maximum quality, only occasionally dropping below 25fps.

Here are examples of how the game looks at our tested settings.

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