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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltrusDisc View Post
    Would sure hope it is, I think it would be pointless if it wasn't - and stupid, considering it is a superb engine.
    One thing is pretty sure about their engine, it's enormous cpu friendly. During a benchmark run with ultra settings and even on 1080p, the cpu goes max 15%

    Oil rush supports their engine -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=0aA_9E7n5ro

    Nothing against Crysis's new engine :P Did you try their new engine sdk out? Pretty cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faithh View Post
    One thing is pretty sure about their engine, it's enormous cpu friendly. During a benchmark run with ultra settings and even on 1080p, the cpu goes max 15%

    Oil rush supports their engine -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=0aA_9E7n5ro

    Nothing against Crysis's new engine :P Did you try their new engine sdk out? Pretty cool
    It doesn't stress the CPU because it's a GPU benchmark... In an actual game using the engine the CPU would be doing a lot more work with physics calculations, mathematical tasks, AI, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faithh View Post
    One thing is pretty sure about their engine, it's enormous cpu friendly. During a benchmark run with ultra settings and even on 1080p, the cpu goes max 15%
    CPU friendly would make efficeint use of CPU resources, a CPU friendly benchmark would push the CPU to 100% using all available resources to maximize performance

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    Quote Originally Posted by glo View Post
    It doesn't stress the CPU because it's a GPU benchmark... In an actual game using the engine the CPU would be doing a lot more work with physics calculations, mathematical tasks, AI, etc.
    Furmark is a gpu bench as well but it's burning a single core to 100%. 3dmark vantage really soaks more from the cpu than unigine, mean their first 2 tests.

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