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Friday June 30, 2006

Prey Demo Performance

Rage3D has taken the Prey Demo, cranked up all the settings and then took it out for a spin at benchmark alley. The AMD based test system ran performance tests on just about all the newer video cards from the ATi X1300 - X1900XTX and the GeForce 7600 - 7950 GX2.

All you have to do is create an autoexec.cfg file with seta fs_restrict "0" in it and drop it in your Prey Demo/base/ directory. Once it's in there you can timedemo using the same methods you use for other Doom 3 engine games. For my purposes, I modified my Quake 4 benchmark script, which worked fine.