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I mean, honestly, if you can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p then, as I said before, you're either trolling, need glasses, or are an X1 fanboy. No one else here is saying the same thing...it's only you...so what gives?

I never said I couldn't tell any difference between 720p and 1080p. It's actually quite clearly in black and white that I acknowledge there are differences. Perhaps instead of trying to tell other people their vision sucks, or use other various insults to drive a conversation forward, you should use your superior vision to read their posts properly and deliver a more constructive and informed opinion instead. rolleyes.gif
Edited by Lifeshield - 4/5/14 at 3:04pm
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the difference between 720p and 1080p is pretty massive. considering the ps4 is also cheaper...lol. i get that xb1 players prefer the controllers and fps exclusives. but it is a pretty massive performance difference
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I never said I couldn't tell any difference between 720p and 1080p. It's actually quite clearly in black and white that I acknowledge there are differences. Perhaps instead of trying to tell other people their vision sucks, or use other various insults to drive a conversation forward, you should use your superior vision to read their posts properly and deliver a more constructive and informed opinion instead. rolleyes.gif

Yeah...OK...what ever you say, man.
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Wow that's weird. I can barely achieve that framerate with my i7 2600K + 590GTX (which is FAR superior than a 670) at 720p resolution (not even 1080p lol). I will proove you that, let me record a video.

As promised:
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So yours is ranging from 27 min. roughly 38-45fps avg. max 72 ?(from what I saw with the video). Can you try 1080p?

Are you happy with the way the game looks and performs?
Edited by jameschisholm - 4/5/14 at 4:07pm
post #76 of 91
the day that consoles let you change graphics settings and full on customize will be a beautiful day, i imagine many more people would buy a console just for this, especially pc gamers.
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A Modular console? may be cool
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So yours is ranging from 27 min. roughly 38-45fps avg. max 72 ?(from what I saw with the video). Can you try 1080p?

Are you happy with the way the game looks and performs?

First of all I got 72 fps for less than 3 seconds so that doesn't count. And second of all the framerate range you wrote is wrong, 24 - 45 fps is more accurate. I can try 1080p, but I need to move my PC to a different room and it's a mess.

I'm very happy with how the game looks but not how it performs.
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As promised:

Can you screenshot your CPU and GPU usage? Use a program like GPU-Z or MSI Afterburner for the GPU usage.

I can't find any tests with the GTX 590, but a single GTX 580 does fairly well and the GTX 590 should be similar to something like 2x GTX 570. It could look like only one of your GPU's is working.
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For some reason:

1. Only 1 GPU is working at 100%.
2. The GPU's where both at almost 100 °C. Yet another thing to deal with gaming PC's: Temperatures.

Couldn't test the CPU, tho. I think the performance of the second GPU is due to the low resolution. If I'd be able to play at 1080p, maybe both GPU's would be running at 100%.
Edited by DatPhoria - 4/5/14 at 7:29pm
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