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Sarge

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#1
Hello ladies and gentleman.

I will show you 3D demo that you play to enjoy yourself :smile:

After running the icon you download here, you'll get this:



Since you all have very good computers, you can play on highest resolution and enable effects you'd like to see. I'm interested to see how many FPS you'd get on your monsters :tongueout:

Click Start! and enjoy! :lol:

Oh, and, video has sound! Speakers on for full effect! :smile:

I played it on Windows XP SP1, SP2. I don't know about Vista, try it and let me know.
 

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Ex_Brit

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#2
I got varying rates but around 48 fps average.
 

Sarge

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#3
Thank you Peter.

I hope you enjoyed watching it? :smile:
 

Ex_Brit

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#5
toxic chicken, what video card are you using?

Yes Sarge, I meant to say - I was totally impressed that something so clever and intricate (and entertaining) would come out of Russia and not be something bad for ones system.
My compliments to the guy who made it. (He needs to use an English spellchecker, but I'll forgive him that part...LOL)
 
#7
Nice thing. Did u make it?
i got aroung 70-80 on lowest resolution and 30-40 on highest.
whats this for?
 

Ex_Brit

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#9
a whole 13 fps..=P

but it was on a plasma tv so it looked good anyway
ROTFL....well at least you got to try it.


I find that the FPS varies wildly on mine from as low as 25 and as high as 70 - weird.
 

mqudsi

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#10
150 FPS on average at the highest resolution (Windows Vista x64, ATi HD 3870).

I'm flabbergasted that all thoshe animations and sound effects come in just a 64kb download!?!?!
 

Ex_Brit

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#11
Mahmoud, you would get a much higher FPS with that rig. I find it quite amazing and it was done back in 2003 too.
 
#12
@ Ronin

It is a very simple benchmark program, for checking your FPS.

@ Guru
they said they wanted to make it down to 64k in the credits, and told how small he got everything down to
Just in case you didnt watch them all the way through

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320x420 = cant create 3D device.
512x384 = cant create 3D device.
640x480 = between 20 and 55 on average 45
800x600 = between 15 and 48 on average 38
1024x768 = bewteen 10 and 27 on average 20

meh

i know my card sucks sarge you dont have to rub it in :frowning:

but i really love the music ^_^
 
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mqudsi

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#13
Indeed, I hadn't seen it through to the very end.
 

Sarge

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#14
150 FPS on average at the highest resolution (Windows Vista x64, ATi HD 3870).

I'm flabbergasted that all thoshe animations and sound effects come in just a 64kb download!?!?!
WOHA!!! I want your PC! :??

320x420 = cant create 3D device.
512x384 = cant create 3D device.
640x480 = between 20 and 55 on average 45
800x600 = between 15 and 48 on average 38
1024x768 = bewteen 10 and 27 on average 20

meh

i know my card sucks sarge you dont have to rub it in :frowning:

but i really love the music ^_^
Not bad, Donald! :smile:

My little thing shows:
640x480 = ~15 FPS :lol:
 
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Sarge

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#16
That demo was on my HDD for about 2 or 3 years, I have one more which was on my HDD for even longer, I can upload it if you'd like to see it :smile:

Edit:

Of course you want :smile:
 

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Sarge

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#18
I think this second demo doesn't use pixel shaders, or blur effect. You can run it very good on GeForce 2 even (tested, working! :wink:).
 

Ex_Brit

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#19
Fascinating Sarge.
 

Sarge

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#20
Indeed, Peter.

Also, after the demo, read what it says, and after it tells you to hit Esc, DONT! :grinning: There is more after it, and read carefully :smile: