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Can anyone with CF 6xxx series tell me what kind of FPS you're getting.
I find it odd that I get 90~150 FPS with 6850's in CF, with mostly everything at highest settings, save for shaders running at high instead of very high, and 4xMSAA.
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Does sound odd. I'm currently running a GTX 470 which is similar to the 6850 I believe in performance. 200+ fps, 1920 x 1080 everything maxed out except AA. AA I have turned off. I never dip below 200 unless I'm typing... that UI when typing seems to drop my fps by about 50+ lol.
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Can anyone with CF 6xxx series tell me what kind of FPS you're getting.
I find it odd that I get 90~150 FPS with 6850's in CF, with mostly everything at highest settings, save for shaders running at high instead of very high, and 4xMSAA.
thinking.gif

Does sound odd. I'm currently running a GTX 470 which is similar to the 6850 I believe in performance. 200+ fps, 1920 x 1080 everything maxed out except AA. AA I have turned off. I never dip below 200 unless I'm typing... that UI when typing seems to drop my fps by about 50+ lol.

Damnit. tongue.gif

Well I think your 470 is +/- ~ 15% better on average, if not a bit more than a single 6850. But I mean with two I'm +/- ~15% better on average than a stock GTX580........ (theoretically with awesome CF performance/game etc etc).

Well I just reverted back to 12.1 drivers from 12.6. Maybe this will solve my issue. I HOPE.

( edit )

NOPE. Something isn't jamming. Not sure what. 1 card ( CF disabled via CCC) = 90~100FPS, CF enabled = 90~150FPS. 12.1 with 12.8 CAP2 installed.

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I'd like to figure this out. Any ideas? I've already tried a few suggestions found around Steam threads and other various Google searches...
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No ideas on CF issues but with a 6970 I run 242fps almost constantly. Few of the newer maps like de_lake its in the 160+ range but still not bad.
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Damnit. tongue.gif
Well I think your 470 is +/- ~ 15% better on average, if not a bit more than a single 6850. But I mean with two I'm +/- ~15% better on average than a stock GTX580........ (theoretically with awesome CF performance/game etc etc).
Well I just reverted back to 12.1 drivers from 12.6. Maybe this will solve my issue. I HOPE.
( edit )
NOPE. Something isn't jamming. Not sure what. 1 card ( CF disabled via CCC) = 90~100FPS, CF enabled = 90~150FPS. 12.1 with 12.8 CAP2 installed.
frown.giffrown.giffrown.gif
mad.gif
I'd like to figure this out. Any ideas? I've already tried a few suggestions found around Steam threads and other various Google searches...


Does 90-100 FPS feels problematic for you?

 

My guess is that the Xfire support is just bad.

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Does 90-100 FPS feels problematic for you?

My guess is that the Xfire support is just bad.

Well, you can feel a difference when you're playing at 150 FPS versus 90, or lower, yes. But that's not so much what I'm trying to figure out - I can deal with the difference in 'feel'.

What I can't understand is poor performance from what should be destroying a game FPS wise. frown.gif

Makes no sense that two 6850's (both perfectly working and not even overclocked) shouldn't be getting less than 200FPS either constant or in the 180~200 FPS range constantly.

You could be right though, could be crappy CF performance (drivers). frown.gif

But supposedly 12.8 CAP2 provides improved CSGO performance on CF setups. rolleyes.gif
    
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Well, you can feel a difference when you're playing at 150 FPS versus 90, or lower, yes. But that's not so much what I'm trying to figure out - I can deal with the difference in 'feel'.
What I can't understand is poor performance from what should be destroying a game FPS wise. frown.gif
Makes no sense that two 6850's (both perfectly working and not even overclocked) shouldn't be getting less than 200FPS either constant or in the 180~200 FPS range constantly.
You could be right though, could be crappy CF performance (drivers). frown.gif
But supposedly 12.8 CAP2 provides improved CSGO performance on CF setups. rolleyes.gif

Assuming that you have a 120hz monitor, you shouldnt be able to notice if you're playing at 150 fps.


My guess is just bad xfire support. That's the main reason why I sold 2 of my 3 6850 and got a GTX 580 instead. When it works, it's great, but when it doesnt work, well.. that's it.

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Assuming that you have a 120hz monitor, you shouldnt be able to notice if you're playing at 150 fps.
My guess is just bad xfire support. That's the main reason why I sold 2 of my 3 6850 and got a GTX 580 instead. When it works, it's great, but when it doesnt work, well.. that's it.

It's not even a matter of hertz, and take no offense but again - it's not about what kind of FPS is playable or what I should expect due to differences in hertz among various monitors and their capable output. redface.gif

It's about whether or not I'm getting the performance I should be, regardless of my monitor. My monitor is not inhibiting FPS, something else is. And it could be (you could be right) a simple matter of drivers or CF support with CSGO. I don't know.

All I know is the performance I'm seeing should be a lot better in terms of FPS....
    
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It's not even a matter of hertz, and take no offense but again - it's not about what kind of FPS is playable or what I should expect due to differences in hertz among various monitors and their capable output. redface.gif
It's about whether or not I'm getting the performance I should be, regardless of my monitor. My monitor is not inhibiting FPS, something else is. And it could be (you could be right) a simple matter of drivers or CF support with CSGO. I don't know.
All I know is the performance I'm seeing should be a lot better in terms of FPS....

 

 

Just keep in mind that a 60hz monitor can only display 60 frame per seconds, no matter the amount of frames that are rendered by your graphic card. redface.gif

 

But yeah, I can understand your disapointement. Skyrim at launch was pretty terrible when it comes to Xfire scaling. Diablo 3 had also no support for xfire, that's most likely what made me give up about it.

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Just keep in mind that a 60hz monitor can only display 60 frame per seconds, no matter the amount of frames that are rendered by your graphic card. redface.gif But yeah, I can understand your disapointement. Skyrim at launch was pretty terrible when it comes to Xfire scaling. Diablo 3 had also no support for xfire, that's most likely what made me give up about it.

And while I appreciate you offering your consult, I hope you realize that regardless of hertz and displayed frames that game engines in-and-of-themselves do not operate identically to each other; as is so prevalent in COD4, where some maneuvers are not possible at lower than 200 FPS.

As such is the same case with CS, CS:S, and seemingly CS:GO. 30 FPS does not 'feel' the same (regardless of the technology used to display the game, be it DLP, Projection, CRT, LCD, LED-backlit LCD, or Plasma) as does 60 FPS, as does 90 FPS, as does 100+.

I've played many FPS games for nearly two decades now and I can assure you that I'm very aware of (current and past) display hardware and its capabilities. redface.gif

So to again get back to my point, I should be seeing performance in the 150+ constant range (or so it would seem with the hardware I have) or better. But this is not the case...

It has no bearing on playability, hertz, or monitor technology. It is simply down to poor CF performance (perhaps on my own settings, my own fault), drivers, or the game. I can't with certainty say which, which is why I am asking for suggestions! smile.gif
    
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And while I appreciate you offering your consult, I hope you realize that regardless of hertz and displayed frames that game engines in-and-of-themselves do not operate identically to each other; as is so prevalent in COD4, where some maneuvers are not possible at lower than 200 FPS.
As such is the same case with CS, CS:S, and seemingly CS:GO. 30 FPS does not 'feel' the same (regardless of the technology used to display the game, be it DLP, Projection, CRT, LCD, LED-backlit LCD, or Plasma) as does 60 FPS, as does 90 FPS, as does 100+.
I've played many FPS games for nearly two decades now and I can assure you that I'm very aware of (current and past) display hardware and its capabilities. redface.gif
So to again get back to my point, I should be seeing performance in the 150+ constant range (or so it would seem with the hardware I have) or better. But this is not the case...
It has no bearing on playability, hertz, or monitor technology. It is simply down to poor CF performance (perhaps on my own settings, my own fault), drivers, or the game. I can't with certainty say which, which is why I am asking for suggestions! smile.gif

 

 

Actually, this is very interesting! I know that we are getting off-topic, but would you mind telling what kind of differences you are able to notice between such amount of frames?


As for your problem, there is nothing much that you can do beside keeping your CAP up to date, i'm afraid.
One way to bump the frame-rate would be to reduce the AA, but you most likely already know that.

I'm asking because I am still a newbie in the FPS scene. I recently got my hands on CS GO and I am really enjoying my time here, but I am mostly playing RTSs, and some MOBAs. Framerate doesnt really matters in this case, as long as it's over 30-50.

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