(Quick Test) PLA Direct3D 11 Benchmark (GTX680 vs GTX580 vs GTX480)



PLA Direct3D 11 Benchmark



PLA (or Passion Leads Army) is Direct3D 11 based on the Unreal Engine 3 game engine. The benchmark features hardware tessellation and PhysX-based physics simulations (flags, particles/explosions, etc.).

Here is a quick test with three graphics cards: a GeForce GTX 680, a GeForce GTX 580 and one GTX 480. I didn’t included Radeon cards because PhysX seems to be completely disabled (no CPU PhysX) with AMD’s cards.





The specs of the Z77 testbed used can be found HERE. I used the R301.24 beta drivers.



TEST 1 – default settings: 1280×720, texture quality: normal, PhysX: medium

EVGA GeForce GTX 680 (GPU@1097MHz, mem@3004MHz)
- 135 FPS
EVGA GeForce GTX 580 (GPU@797MHz, mem@2025MHz)
- 124 FPS
EVGA GeForce GTX 480 (GPU@700MHz, mem@1848MHz)
- 105 FPS



TEST 2 – custom settings: 1920×1080, texture quality: high, PhysX: high

PLA Direct3D 11 Benchmark settings

EVGA GeForce GTX 680 (GPU@1097MHz, mem@3004MHz)
- 75 FPS
EVGA GeForce GTX 580 (GPU@797MHz, mem@2025MHz)
- 62 FPS
EVGA GeForce GTX 480 (GPU@700MHz, mem@1848MHz)
- 50 FPS



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