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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Again the ASUS HD 3850 X2 card performs nearly up to the levels of the HD 3870 X2 card while keeping up with the BFG 9800 GTX 512MB card as well.  Very impressive!

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