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Strangely enough all of those are enabled for me thinking.gif but I see what you means.

Aww didn't edit in time. I'm no a native 720p TV, so tweaking for 1080p wasn't my priority. I'd rather run LODBias settings:

SkeletalMeshLODBias=-1
ParticleLODBias=-1

Than the default, as well with other settings. I've heavily tweaked the game for the best I can do at 720p and give me enough FPS to keep vsync solid. I think Bokeh is the alternate post processing, gets rid of that ugly ugly Bloom crap.
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Interesting.

At 1440p, ultra and DOF and AA and so on, changing the poolsize to 3000 (the game takes over 2.2GB from my 4GB cards),
I get an average of 123.78 fps with 3x680s, which is almost 3 times the titan results on pclab test and almost 4 times their 680 result.
They really did a number on this when using a slow CPU for the test which bottlenecks the cards too much.

I think the guru3d results are a lot more realistic for the power of these cads.

Anyway, this is hands down the very best game I have played with for the last 10 years. The plot, the game play, they did an amazing job. Seriously, an amazing job.
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yeah the cpu in pclab test will bottlenick nvidia cards only loooooool
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yeah the cpu in pclab test will bottlenick nvidia cards only loooooool

biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif +rep ..What i was thinking before 2-3 minutes
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yeah the cpu in pclab test will bottlenick nvidia cards only loooooool

Well explain the difference then.

Besides back in the day when [H] tested with an overclocked i7 920 and then changed to a 4.8GHz 2600K due to popular demand they got somewhat burned as it turned out that their Nvidia setups were much better with the better CPU.

pclab is getting the same numbers with AMD cards but their NV ones are way lower than guru's.

And also funnily enough if we apply the 40% increase to pclab results that was promised for bioshock in the latest NV driver we get about the same results as guru3d got. I'm suggesting they forgot to use the correct driver.
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post #36 of 68
The last comment I will add is that my 2x680's perform almost identical to the 690 on the Guru3d review. 1440P maxed this translates to a 90+fps average throughout the first few hours of gameplay

According to PCLAB I should be getting 65fps as their single 680 gets 32.7fps@1440p
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And also funnily enough if we apply the 40% increase to pclab results that was promised for bioshock in the latest NV driver we get about the same results as guru3d got. I'm suggesting they forgot to use the correct driver.

They do claim to be using the latest drivers.
So either they forgot to actually install them, or they did something wrong in general.
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Here are my results using 2 X Powercolor 7870 Mysts (tahiti) at Ultra DDOF, 1920x1080

Average fps: 108.72
Min. fps: 25.88
Max. fps: 383.52

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Uh. My setup with SLI GTX 580s has this game cruising along at around 50-60 FPS at all times minus those hiccup spots that we all hate so much. Weird numbers. If I had seen this review I probably would have been tempted to not buy it because it really under-represents how these cards run in this game.

Regardless, I got to Columbia and when I realised how bad the stuttering got in some places (Going from 60 FPS to 10 or so for a second every time I enter a new grid) I stopped playing and I'm waiting on a patch. Yeah I only run 1.5GB of VRAM but the same thing happens at all quality levels. I get the same performance at ultra that I do at low, so something needs fixing.

GENTLEMEN: You need to set in Steam's launch options for the game -ReadTexturePoolFromIni and then set the PoolSize in the Steam Config/BaseEngine.ini file to what you want (1200 works for me) and it totally helps the stuttering. Wow. Finally.
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