Originally Posted by davidelite10
Updates with the new drivers.Game used- BF4 (64 player CQ Large)
Settings- Ultra Preset (90FoV/4xMSAA)
SystemCPU- AMD FX-8320 (4.6ghz)
Motherboard- Gigabyte 990fx UD3 (NB 2200mhz, HT 2600mhz)
GPUs- 2 EVGA GTX 780s with ACX cooler(1206mhz)
RAM- 4x2gb Corsair Vengance low profile ram 1600mhz (cl9 9-9-9-9-24)
Monitor- Qnix QX 2560x1440p (96hz)
(Tested by runing through the same building, same route, same exit, and happened to be a guy there at both runs and the fight almost was exactly the same)
.65 Gave me more average fps(110), a higher max(192), but a little lower minimum(45). Gave me more GPU usage. (86%+)
.82 Gave me more consistent fps, average of 86fps, max of 158fps, minimum of 65fps. Gave me less GPU usage(74%)OTHER NOTES.
With the old drivers I'd get sound loss in game, I don't know if this was client/server/driver related but currently after going to the new drivers I have no such problems.
With the new drivers I've been getting some micro stuttering on big explosions even while staying in the 65+ fps range.
Tempted to roll back to the old drivers however I get well over playable experience at this resolution with either.-Game
Metro Last Light
-Settings Used Ultra, 4xMSAA 16x AA
-Using the same save and same fights for both
.65 gave me a minimum of 34 fps, an average of 69fps, and a high of 96fps.
.82 gave me a minimum of 37fps, an average of 72fps, and a high of 94fps.OTHER NOTES
With these new drivers the game seemed to be more fluid and less 'itchy' in gun fights/heavy fight scenes.
Some lighting issues and glitches were fixed from my last run through on that save.