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lol @ that last one, looks just like the old crossfire ones.

Yeah that kind of variance should be a stuttering mess. If that was in game rather than a benchmark, you'd probably absolutely notice it in fast camera pans and movement. It's been a while since I've done the Metro benchmark but from what I remember, the camera moves really slow throughout the whole thing (correct me if I'm wrong), which can really hide the stuttering.

But that middle graph... pretty beautiful to look at. Still has a few spikes, but that's to be expected out of a benchmark.

At 2560x1440 no less...!

People say Titan X is overkill for 1080p... I beg to differ, especially when your goal is to get all games to look like that middle graph you have there (or better).

Yeah, the camera pans pretty slowly in LL benchmark. I think you're right. Come to think of it now, I do remember seeing stutter in many titles when using only framecap without vsync. I clearly remember it being most pronounced in Dead Island. Vsync - smooth as butter, super laggy mouse. No vsync + frame cap - no mouse lag but horrible stutter when panning.

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Love your Batman Arkham Origin graph...

I've always thought something was up with that game because it never felt right, never felt smooth, even at a locked 60. that just confirms it... Looks funky as hell doesn't it.

Maybe it's because of Physx? I have it on High. Let me see if it's better with Physx off.

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Tomb Raider and Shadow of Mordor LOCKED 60 fps... wow. holy **** man. All at 2560x1440?

I'm running an OG TItan (Until I get my X whenever Amazon blesses me with delivery), and from your frame times it looks like Titan X is basically double. Really great graphs, thanks a lot I think they're probably some of the most useful stuff I've seen in a Titan X review, and I've read dozens! OK i'll stop spamming your thread now... haha.

No problem man, glad to be of help. thumb.gif I'm enjoying this stuff almost as much as gaming itself biggrin.gif
post #52 of 80
Do you have ass creed unity by chance? Probably the one game I'm most interested in seeing some frame time graphs on.
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Do you have ass creed unity by chance? Probably the one game I'm most interested in seeing some frame time graphs on.

I do now. I wanted to get it soon anyway, since I'm quite fond of AC series. You just gave me that little nudge biggrin.gif

Btw, in regards to Batman...

Batman AO original run (Physx High)


Batman AO Physx Off


The funny thing is it looks almost the same, sans cape and toilet paper on the floor.

Edit: Holy cow, Unity is 50.5GB download. It'll take some time.
Edited by DimmyK - 3/27/15 at 11:29am
post #54 of 80
Thanks. Looks much better but there are still some incredible spikes in there. Probably from the scene changes though I guess.

Glad I could convince you to get unity... Its probably the best looking game to date. I wouldn't run any frame time graphs until after the prologue and you can run freely around the city though.

Fairly early on you can get to Notre Dame cathedral... Large NPC crowd out front, lots of buildings. And if you climb to the top you can see the whole city (and probably the most next gen looking view I've ever seen in a game). Its probably my go to benchmark spot for the game. Try that with TXAA and see how the titan X does. Brings my titan down to the mid 20s- low 30s tops.
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Thanks. Looks much better but there are still some incredible spikes in there. Probably from the scene changes though I guess.

Glad I could convince you to get unity... Its probably the best looking game to date. I wouldn't run any frame time graphs until after the prologue and you can run freely around the city though.

Fairly early on you can get to Notre Dame cathedral... Large NPC crowd out front, lots of buildings. And if you climb to the top you can see the whole city (and probably the most next gen looking view I've ever seen in a game). Its probably my go to benchmark spot for the game. Try that with TXAA and see how the titan X does. Brings my titan down to the mid 20s- low 30s tops.

Sounds like a plan. I'll do Fraps capture once I'm at that spot. Won't probably be today though, but I'll try to get to that on a weekend.
post #56 of 80
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So I got to Notre Dame in ACU and did some running around in that huge crowd and climbing around buildings on that plaza.

These are the settings:



Stock Titan X, no vsync


Vsync on + triple buffering


Vsync on + triple buffering + TXAA


Judging by the graphs I should see lots of stutter, but it's pretty smooth except when TXAA is on. Then it stutters a little, but also the famerates drop to 30s.
post #57 of 80
Interesting. As you can see unity is very interesting from a benchmark perspective, lol. This at 2560x1440? How are you forcing triple buffering?

Any chance you could check out 1080p too?

Very nice graphs man, thanks again!
post #58 of 80
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Yeah, that's 1440p. I'm forcing triple buffering from inspector, no idea if it actually applies though. I'll run some 1080p benches later on. This game is gorgeous. Gotta try MFAA on it too, for now I'm playing at the settings I posted and it's been pretty fluid.
post #59 of 80
Cool will be interesting to see how it turns out. You capping at 60 fps too?

I don't think triple buffering works from inspector. The in game vsync may be triple buffered by default, my fraps and osd readings give me frames that suggest it is. But it also has border less full screen option in there too for extra measure.
post #60 of 80
Good comparison.

Personally im still running a 780 Classified (non ti), and with its OC, which tbh isn't great (only 1228mhz core 7006mhz effective RAM), it can match your 780 Ti performance. Though i was running DSR to simulate 2560x1440 as im 1920x1080 native. So gives me a good idea of what I would see out of a Titan X upgrade.

Considering im still on 1080p single monitor, and that Titan X wasn't as much as a performance increase as I had hoped, I think im gunna pass.

I wanna be able to have a single GPU that can handle 4k gaming, for when I find a 4k screen I like (waiting on OLED), and though the Titan X does admirably at 4k, it cant keep those minimum frame rates high enough imo.

Still for someone running 1440p, I can understand the upgrade, a Titan X is placed very nicely performance wise as a capable 1440p single GPU solution.
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