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Bad news indeed, gameworks is garbage. frown.gif
Nah, I like it. Maybe because I got an Nvidia GPU and can use it..? thumb.gif

Looking forward to recieve my Fallout 4 CE which I won in a Nvidia competiton biggrin.gif
Edited by Lass3 - 10/25/15 at 5:23am
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Required:
Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
Intel Core i5-2300 2.8 GHz/AMD Phenom II X4 945 3.0 GHz or equivalent
8 GB RAM
30 GB free HDD space
NVIDIA GTX 550 Ti 2GB/AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB or equivalent


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Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
Intel Core i7 4790 3.6 GHz/AMD FX-9590 4.7 GHz or equivalent
8 GB RAM
30 GB free HDD space
NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB/AMD Radeon R9 290X 4GB or equivalent
It all makes sense now that the 7870 is equal to the 550 Ti and how the R9 290X is equal to the 780.
But it might be so that Nvidia now can release a game with gameworks that isn't brokken from day one as Bethesda is making it. (I hope)
post #43 of 163
Is it possible it could be excellent for Nvidia owners but at the same time not bad for AMD cards? Something in the game code?
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Well it's confirmed, Fallout 4 is going to be unoptimized garbage. mad.gif
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Well it's over for AMD users...lol

And nVIDIA users


WHELP

Time for another one of those hitler videos or that laughing comedian.
Edited by Zero989 - 10/25/15 at 6:10am
post #46 of 163
Do you guys really think Bethesda has the will, incentive and or in house engineering talent to implement gameworks features in their old and buggy engine? Their PC ports have always felt like complete after thoughts rolleyes.gif
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Gameworks title? No, thanks.... The last time I tried a Gameworks title (Witcher 3) with my twenty four month old 4 Titans (or otherwise known as "really old tech" by some) I ended up quitting pc gaming, and haven't played a pc game since then.... Lol

Isn't the point of the gpu companie's involvement with the game developers to make the game run more efficiently on its own (gpu) hardware compared to a poorly ported console , rather than over- taxing its own old hardware" (if it's not the latest $600 plus gpu in sli, then it must be old....lol). Surely, Nvidia is not sponsoring games today so that people are able to play these on high settings a year from now, when lower to mid tier Pascal presumably releases to handle all those "Gameworks features"? No, the games released today that are specifically sponsored by the gpu makers are (or should be) for the GPUs of today. I also find the comparison to Crysis 3 hilarious, as if Nvidia's Gameworks ( or similarly Geforcre) is a separate entity with no overlapping commercial interests with Nvidias's main objective to sell more GPUs.... Lol

In any event, I will take a pass, unless by some miracle, Bathesda ended up developing a game with relatively trouble free enjoyable gaming experience, inspite of Gameworks involvement. However, I highly doubt it.

If any game is a Gameworks title (and given my unfortunate experience with Gameworks) for pc gaming, I think I will just play the console version instead, if the gameplay is really good.
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post #48 of 163
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It all makes sense now that the 7870 is equal to the 550 Ti and how the R9 290X is equal to the 780.
But it might be so that Nvidia now can release a game with gameworks that isn't brokken from day one as Bethesda is making it. (I hope)

hehe, 7870 is only 80% faster than GTX 550Ti. Some serious AMD performance nerfing ahead in this game tongue.gif
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Gameworks title? No, thanks.... The last time I tried a Gameworks title (Witcher 3) with my twenty four month old 4 Titans (or otherwise known as "really old tech" by some) I ended up quitting pc gaming, and haven't played a pc game since then.... Lol

You knew the issues with quad GPU SLI before you spent the money. You have no one to blame but yourself.

On a side note. I approve of Fallout 4 with gameworks...glances below at sig rig. bike.gif
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It all makes sense now that the 7870 is equal to the 550 Ti and how the R9 290X is equal to the 780.
But it might be so that Nvidia now can release a game with gameworks that isn't brokken from day one as Bethesda is making it. (I hope)

yep, because game works is more nerfed on fermi and keplar than GCN . . . tongue.gif
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