Originally Posted by cekim
I typically play Opertations, TDM and Conquest in that order, though more Conquest lately.
130-150 is a rough blanket estimate for all of them on ultra. I would see higher numbers frequently and more so if I lowered AA (not off, just lower).
Those 2 cards are set to 2100 and dip to the upper-mid 2000's now and then.
I moved those cards to a 6700 that isn't OC'd and saw very similar performance. 100-130 is a big drop, I frequently set TCS to throttle the CPU to 4GHz to keep the system quiet as it did not drop much performance, so it would seem to take a lot to get you down to that.
I'm going to try to keep better track of some of these numbers over the next week or so on the 6700+2x1080 and 6950+2x1080ti, so if any of the above turns out to be wrong, but even a single 1080 for me produces 90-110 typical for BF1 if memory serves.
BIOS show both cards in x16?
Clock rates? I see 5930k 4.6 - cache?
Any of those SSDs Raid? (CPU utilization not going nuts because of an issue there?)
You've got a sound card in your PCIe space that don't. I have a 10GbE card, but its disabled in windows - I only use it in linux. Both 1080s are x16 on the RVE (though not on the 6700K system of course).
Played on front lines for a few hours last night. all settings at ultra 2560x1440 (no motion blur, FOV at 90) Finally have my CPU back overclocked but at 4.5GHz (5930k) 2400MHz 100 strap GTX 1080 SLI @ 2088MHZ core and 5300 mem (still experimenting) 110-130 fps with occasional dips down and up. TAA and HBAO disabled I gain about 10 fps. GPU use averaged 60-80% per gpu the only way I can get it to go up is if I use resolution scaling. Right now I use a mix of settings with resolution scaling up to 130-140% and average about 140-150fps. Everything set to low except mesh quality and resolution scaling set to 100% I get about 150-160fps...if I push resolution scaling up to 140% I still get the same fps....but higher GPU use.
I Ran Cinebench and while overclocked I got 1173... which is still below the baseline stock clock displayed in cinebench.
As for memory. I previously had a set of kingston HyperX predator or some such name 2400MHz 4x4GB and was getting the same results (random power offs happened then too). I thought possibly my memory was holding me back some which is why I said to hell with it and got the Dominator 32GB 3000MHz kit made for the RVE.
I kept the sound card as it was the absolute best for BF4 headphone surround.. combined with my headphones it was something that had to be heard to be believed (I converted a few others once they heard how it worked in person). BF1 is meh with sound but the surround still holds up ok (for some reason no matter what setting I use your own foot steps sound like they are behind you and when your character says something it has the same effect...so some sounds from there are even more off)
Cache I have not messed with yet on overclocking. Trying to re-find my optimal voltage settings first, and then mess with other aspects. any advice here would be appreciated!