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Originally Posted by lacrossewacker View Post

just started up the game for a little bit.  So far it runs great maxed on my 670 @ 1080p with no SSAA.  The PhysX in this game really add quite a bit.  Great treat for NVidia owners.

What does it add?
post #502 of 588
Tons of destructible things. Fog reacts to players and cloth effects. Every bullet makes debris
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Originally Posted by MASSKILLA View Post

Here are my benchmarks from my system
System Specs:
3930k @ 4.0Ghrz
Asus Rampage 4 extreme motherboard
32 GB's ram @2133 mhrz
2 XFX 7970's Ghrz edition in Crossfire
XFX 1250 Watt PSU
Intel 256 gb SSD

All settings Maxed 1920x1080
http://s860.photobucket.com/user/MASSKILLA/media/metrohighsettings_zpsba585f07.png.html?sort=3&o=0

All settings Low 1920x1080
http://s860.photobucket.com/user/MASSKILLA/media/metrolowsettings_zpsa5bfba6b.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1

Also for some reason while playing the game i get FPS drop probably due to AMD drivers.
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The first link is not showing "maxed out" settings, you left SSAA disabled thumb.gif (get prepared to take an FPS hit)

You need to swap drivers, your FPS is way off for a dual 7970's.
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All settings Maxed 1920x1080
http://s860.photobucket.com/user/MASSKILLA/media/metrohighsettings_zpsba585f07.png.html?sort=3&o=0

All settings Low 1920x1080
http://s860.photobucket.com/user/MASSKILLA/media/metrolowsettings_zpsa5bfba6b.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1

Also for some reason while playing the game i get FPS drop probably due to AMD drivers.
Anyone else have this issue?
not really good, issue with drivers, frame time (clearly more fluctuating than single card) and gpu usage in crossfire...
try to do the benchmark with single card and you understand what i mean for frame time...analyzing the graph, and then also check the gpu load single Vs. cross
Edited by 7stars - 5/20/13 at 2:54am
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So is this game worth buying?
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So is this game worth buying?

Absolutely. It's an amazing game and butter smooth even with crossfire...I get like 130 fps avg on game play.
    
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So is this game worth buying?
you have 2x 7970? despite some crossfire issues...those do not affect much the gameplay, but surely is not perfect yet...anyway IMHO game looks good and is enjoyable
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you have 2x 7970? despite some crossfire issues...those do not affect much the gameplay, but surely is not perfect yet...anyway IMHO game looks good and is enjoyable

PCper should test this game on crossfire. It's just amazing how smooth it is...I wonder if all games behave like this, there will be no frame rate discussion.
    
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so 4x SSAA in 2560*1440 is 10240*5760? It can't be, that bould be like 59 m pixel

It would be 2560x1440x4

You multiply the final pixel count by 4, not the width and the height.
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PCper should test this game on crossfire. It's just amazing how smooth it is...I wonder if all games behave like this, there will be no frame rate discussion.



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