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    Default Try Unreal Engine 4 on your PC

    Here are two Unreal Engine demos you can try running on your own PC. They look pretty damn good, in my opinion.

    Elemental
    Cave
    Reflections
    Multiplayer FPS Demo
    Realistic Rendering Room
    Temple

    You can change the resolution by bringing up the console with ~ and then typing "SetRes 1920x1080". You can display the FPS counter with "Stat FPS".

    Other useful commands:
    exit
    RestartLevel
    Last edited by MetalSoup; 28-04-2014 at 11:48 AM. Reason: Adding more as I find them

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    Dankie, downloading now
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    This is pretty epic, been looking for something to run as a demo for clients Thanx Bud.
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    Added a couple more. I'll add more as I find them.

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    The elemental one was quite awesome! I only managed about 35 - 40 fps on average for both, guess that's good enough
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    Wow it's looking good! I've only tried the Cave one so far.

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    Love the fact that they have the gpu's floating at the start and then you can select low, mid or high by pressing F at one of them, that's pretty awesome. Gonna be recording these and using them as demo's...As usual the UT team makes something special

    Edit: Did the cave demo from start to finish @ 1920x1080 while recording on high and avg fps was 62.
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    Always look forward to ut engines

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    Whats the minimum system requirement? Getting my new Geforce GTX 760 OC. Would like to try those.

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    Meh. I'm getting MSCVR120.dll errors. wonder why, since im usually up to date on Visual C++ shit and and i'm running 14.4 drivers...mmm. I shall look into this and try reinstall Visual C++ 2013.

    But what I wanted to say was thanks for the links

    edit: FIXED! but it doesn't like Fraps :P
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