Lost Planet

Lost Planet (DirectX 10)


Lost Planet is a 1st or 3rd person shooter that was out originally on the Xbox 360 but then made the transition to a DX9/DX10 title for the PC this summer.  Set in a frozen world where you have to kill the opposing aliens in order to sustain enough heat to stay alive, Lost Planet has some visually impressive settings that make it a good benchmark title. 

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There are few DX10 settings that you can enable to adjust for which shader path you would like to use that are only available on Vista when a DX10 card is detected. 

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Performance in Lost Planet continues to see solid gains from the faster core and shader clocks at around 7% in the average frame rates.

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