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post #20101 of 29735
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post

Post your bf4fta log. make sure your on ultra, as in 4xmsaa and high post aa.

You should know better, that I have many many benches - MAXED OUT:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1433904/comparison-of-windows-7-vs-windows-8-i7-3770k-with-ht-enabled-vs-disabled-on-battlefield-4
post #20102 of 29735
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

You should know better, that I have many many benches - MAXED OUT:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1433904/comparison-of-windows-7-vs-windows-8-i7-3770k-with-ht-enabled-vs-disabled-on-battlefield-4


well bench it one more time using the BFTA tool, I am not calling you out or anything so settle down.

for instnace his 3rd benchmark is literally seconds long:

2014-03-01 16:52:17 - bf4
Frames: 441 - Time: 5725ms - Avg: 77.031 - Min: 73 - Max: 82.

441 frames at an average of 77 frames is like 6 seconds, hardly a benchmark. So what I am saying is play bf turn on the command and bench some rounds of BF4, then parse the log. And don't just stair at a wall either or play on a empty server. And dont take thatas anything more than a request,cuz that is all it is.

I just ran one and for instance I realized I need to raise my frame rate cap up from 130, with it uncapped it's above 120fps 99% of the time, but the cap I set is too low. I wouldn't have known this from a simple min max avg.

Code:
Battlefield 4 Frame Time Analyzer Results:
File imported: C:\Users\Daniel\Documents\Battlefield 4\FrameTimeLog010.csv
Branch #1 executed.
Imported 321996 points of data.
Frames: 0 points of bad data tossed.
CPU Frames: 0 points of bad data tossed.
GPU Frames: 217 points of bad data tossed.

Frame Time Avg          CPU Frame Avg           GPU Frame Avg
131.418 FPS             131.316 FPS             59.432 FPS

Max FPS                 Max FPS (CPU)           Max FPS (GPU)
245.7 FPS               137.363 FPS                     425.532 FPS

Min FPS                 Min FPS (CPU)           Min FPS (GPU)
10.794 FPS              3.953 FPS               22.232 FPS

Time Spent:             FPS %:          FPS %(CPU):     FPS %(GPU):
Above 200 FPS:          0 %             0 %             0 %
Above 144 FPS:          8.29 %          0 %             0 %
Above 120 FPS:          90.34 %         92.28 %         0 %
Above 100 FPS:          98.97 %         98.62 %         0.12 %
Above 90 FPS:           99.64 %         99.48 %         0.47 %
Above 60 FPS:           99.93 %         99.92 %         48.87 %
Above 45 FPS:           99.96 %         99.96 %         98.66 %
Above 30 FPS:           100.03 %                100.04 %                99.94 %

Edited by the9quad - 3/2/14 at 1:24am
post #20103 of 29735
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post

well bench it one more time using the BFTA tool, I am not calling you out or anything so settle down.
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2014-03-01 16:09:09 - bf4
Frames: 23296 - Time: 246326ms - Avg: 94.574 - Min: 67 - Max: 140

2014-03-01 16:36:06 - bf4
Frames: 77510 - Time: 969235ms - Avg: 79.970 - Min: 41 - Max: 163

2014-03-01 16:52:17 - bf4
Frames: 441 - Time: 5725ms - Avg: 77.031 - Min: 73 - Max: 82

2014-03-01 16:57:28 - bf4
Frames: 60686 - Time: 701708ms - Avg: 86.483 - Min: 12 - Max: 153

2014-03-01 19:46:52 - bf4
Frames: 102877 - Time: 1173517ms - Avg: 87.666 - Min: 23 - Max: 184

2014-03-01 20:11:29 - bf4
Frames: 112192 - Time: 1313279ms - Avg: 85.429 - Min: 11 - Max: 159

those aren't benches taken by that tool, they are the exact same as my FRAPS ones.
2x 660tis, should do better. Could be driver related.
Utterly pointless me running more benches.
post #20104 of 29735
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post


those aren't benches taken by that tool, they are the exact same as my FRAPS ones.
2x 660tis, should do better. Could be driver related.
Utterly pointless me running more benches.
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post

well bench it one more time using the BFTA tool, I am not calling you out or anything so settle down.

ok then........honestly didn't expect you to act any different. figured you'd take it as an attack on your pc knowledge or something, when that wasn't what it was. Oh well.
post #20105 of 29735
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post


ok then........honestly didn't expect you to act any different. figured you'd take it as an attack on your pc knowledge or something, when that wasn't what it was. Oh well.

not at all - just don't see the need to do so, when the benches will end up IDENTICAL....smh.

Your benches, great for you, why on earth would you EVER cap it at 120!?!?
Vsync? Even then, I would never ever have capped it, knowing if I'm at least hitting 120FPS

And yes, via a simple avg, min and max, you can easily tell if you would be able to achieve 120+
On top of that, (never expected you to know better tbh with that sort of reply) - but one SINGLE bench is useless. It literally proves unawareness of how the game operates in different scenarios.
It's like comparing a 64p game with a single player game and comparing the FPSs,

Run, like I did in my benches, over 10 benches. Different maps, same game types.
Then we can talk.
post #20106 of 29735
FRAMES UNCAPPED:
Code:
Battlefield 4 Frame Time Analyzer Results:
File imported: C:\Users\Daniel\Documents\Battlefield 4\FrameTimeLog011.csv
Branch #1 executed.
Imported 235452 points of data.
Frames: 0 points of bad data tossed.
CPU Frames: 0 points of bad data tossed.
GPU Frames: 195 points of bad data tossed.

Frame Time Avg          CPU Frame Avg           GPU Frame Avg
168.679 FPS             168.537 FPS             60.864 FPS

Max FPS                 Max FPS (CPU)           Max FPS (GPU)
261.097 FPS             202.02 FPS                      423.729 FPS

Min FPS                 Min FPS (CPU)           Min FPS (GPU)
6.296 FPS               4.966 FPS               32.927 FPS

Time Spent:             FPS %:          FPS %(CPU):     FPS %(GPU):
Above 200 FPS:          6.21 %          17.26 %         0 %
Above 144 FPS:          92.89 %         90.76 %         0 %
Above 120 FPS:          99.32 %         98.82 %         0 %
Above 100 FPS:          99.84 %         99.74 %         0 %
Above 90 FPS:           99.88 %         99.83 %         0.12 %
Above 60 FPS:           99.94 %         99.94 %         58.24 %
Above 45 FPS:           99.96 %         99.96 %         99.48 %
Above 30 FPS:           100.04 %                100.06 %                100 %

Notice uncapped above 120 fps 99% of the time.
post #20107 of 29735
I like how you have more than 100% of frames above 30 FPS. You're making frames over there.
post #20108 of 29735
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

I like how you have more than 100% of frames above 30 FPS. You're making frames over there.


lol i noticed that too, I think because of his calcs throwing out weird crap. It's the second sig dig though. You can definitely feel in game once or twice the framerate absolutely tanking for a split second in mantle though. It's rare but it happens. So I tend to believe that min fps number for sure (the 6 fps number that is).
Edited by the9quad - 3/2/14 at 2:22am
post #20109 of 29735
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

not at all - just don't see the need to do so, when the benches will end up IDENTICAL....smh.

Your benches, great for you, why on earth would you EVER cap it at 120!?!?
Vsync? Even then, I would never ever have capped it, knowing if I'm at least hitting 120FPS

And yes, via a simple avg, min and max, you can easily tell if you would be able to achieve 120+
On top of that, (never expected you to know better tbh with that sort of reply) - but one SINGLE bench is useless. It literally proves unawareness of how the game operates in different scenarios.
It's like comparing a 64p game with a single player game and comparing the FPSs,

Run, like I did in my benches, over 10 benches. Different maps, same game types.
Then we can talk.

I cap frames because I am not watercooling my cards. They are 290x's all sammiched together they get hot. So I cap the frames to give them a breather.

Simply asked for you to the next time you are playing BF4 to hit the tilde key and type in perfoverlay.framefilelogenable 1.

Than parse the csv file at your leisure. whole process...ten seconds tops.

I understand you do not want to do that. NP at all. you can keep your sarcastic comments to yourself I have no interest in playing that game.
post #20110 of 29735
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post

I cap frames because I am not watercooling my cards. They are 290x's all sammiched together they get hot. So I cap the frames to give them a breather.

Simply asked for you to the next time you are playing BF4 to hit the tilde key and type in perfoverlay.framefilelogenable 1.

Than parse the csv file at your leisure. whole process...ten seconds tops.

I understand you do not want to do that. NP at all. you can keep your sarcastic comments to yourself I have no interest in playing that game.

bro why do you have to cap frames, even without WC'ed?
I know the 290X is pretty hot as a card and more so quite loud, but it still does cool, even at louder volume - unless you are throttling your fans, then that makes a bit more sense (due to noise).

And yeah, I can do that easily, but again, I really really do not trust a SINGLE bench. It is inaccurate, useless and also can cause misinformation to be spread on the internet.
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