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Super Mario Nvidia Flex Demo in Unreal Engine 4

Super Mario Nvidia Flex Demo in Unreal Engine 4

New PhysX FleX features

Super Mario Nvidia Flex Demo in Unreal Engine 4

 

Have a look at Super Mario running through an Nvidia Physx Flex Demo in Unreal Engine 4, it is even available to download for Nvidia users. 

This demo is a great showcase of exactly how accurate physics calculations could get inside games, hopefully we will be seeing some of these features inside future games using Unreal 4 and other modern game engines.

 

Super Mario Nvidia Flex Demo in Unreal Engine 4 

 

This demo was played using a PC with the following specifications, which is very high end to say the least. 

 

CPU - Intel i7 4790K @ 4.8GHz

GPU - Nvidia GTX 980Ti Overclocked

Motherboard - Asrock Z97 Extreme 4

Ram - 8GB G.Skill 2133MHz

 

If you look into the YouTube Video's description you will find a download link for this demo, as always we advise you to treat this link as suspicous and to download this demo at your own risk. Please do a virus scan on any downloads or links obtained from an unknown source. 

We know that this demo does not work on AMD GPUs, so only Nvidia Users will be able to test this. 

 

You can join the discussion on Super mario in Nvidia's PhysX Flex Demo on Unreal Engine 4 on the OC3D Forums. 

 

  

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Most Recent Comments

05-07-2015, 10:35:41

TPC
you dont need a really high spec sytem for it to work nicely
I got 60+ FPS in every test except the water one, there it dropped to 35.
my system:
I5 4690
GTX 770 2GB
8gb RAMQuote
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