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Resident Evil Themed Stereoscopic 3D Zombie Teaser Video

April 20th, 2011 · 2 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos


Here is a short stereoscopic 3D teaser video (No Hero… Just a Mercenary) recorded by Guillem Rodriguez that is based on Resident Evil characters. It was recorded at the MZM Zombie March in Madrid 2 weeks ago. You can take a look at the embeded YouTube 3D video above or download the video in a Side by Side, 1080p full resolution and watch on your PC with the 3D Vision Video Player for example. Don’t forget to leave your comments about the video if you watch it.

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Resident Evil 5 Benchmark Results

July 21st, 2009 · 3 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision

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As promised, here are my first personal experiences with using the Resident Evil 5 Benchmark along with GeForce 3D Vision. It seems that the Residen Evil 5 will have both DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 modes as the benchmark has them both and you can run in either of them, although you should know that the DX9 version is unable to run in 3D Vision. So in order to test your performance with 3D Vision enabled and working you should run the benchmark in DirectX 10 mode…


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Then you can setup the the game to 1680×1050 resolution with maximum details without AA and run the variable benchmark in order to get a real in-game performance results, because the fixed benchmark will only test with a cut scene from the game and not with real gaming scenario. The developers from Capcom and Nvidia are promising a lot of pop-out of the screen effects when using 3D Vision, but unfortunately they are not present in the benchmark version of the game, but still even the demo looks very good.


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Here are my first results from Resident Evil 5 Benchmark on Phenom II X2 550 and GeForce GTX 275 under Windows 7 x64, taken will all settings to High, without using AA, at resolution 1680×1050. The above result is from 3D Vision enabled on variable benchmark with DirectX 10 – 53.7 fps average. You can try the benchmark and post your specs and results in the comments below…

To download the Resident Evil 5 benchmark for PC…
Get the full game Resident Evil 5 if you don’t have it already…

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