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Added ComputerBase.de's benchmarks of the game to the OP. Includes; 1080p, 1440p, and 4K testing alongside Gameworks performance, AA performance and CPU scaling performance.
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Longest OP I think I've ever seen.
Did I miss it or was there no i5 on a CPU test?
I'm sure it'll be fine.
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Longest OP I think I've ever seen.
Did I miss it or was there no i5 on a CPU test?
I'm sure it'll be fine.

You missed it, and you will definitely be fine:

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More than I was expecting from a stock CPU. Thank you.
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More than I was expecting from a stock CPU. Thank you.
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Your welcome.

Also, If you have an unlocked processor I highly recommend overclocking, you can see a decent gain in performance:





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Side Note: Updated OP again, added a budget gaming Video Card review of the 750 Ti vs R7 360 in FO4 (in the Digital Foundry section):


Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 11/13/15 at 2:13am
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My laptop is running FO4 pretty well. I stay well above 30 @ 2103x1183, max settings except god rays on high plus ugridtoload is set to 7.

I tried 1440p and medium godrays and got 45fps in the starting area, but mostly 30s and I dipped into the 20s in other places.
Edited by thegreatsquare - 11/13/15 at 4:34am
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Side note. Have u ever noticed
1. Reviewers nowadays dont do tx sli oced vs ti sli oced
2. 4790k oced 4.7/4.8 vs 6700k
In game benchmarks. Its as if all of them sign a agreement with intel n nvidia.
1. I have both n former is superbly smoother gameplay
2. Still curious y on this.
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Side note. Have u ever noticed
1. Reviewers nowadays dont do tx sli oced vs ti sli oced
2. 4790k oced 4.7/4.8 vs 6700k
In game benchmarks. Its as if all of them sign a agreement with intel n nvidia.
1. I have both n former is superbly smoother gameplay
2. Still curious y on this.

1. You can estimate SLI/X-fire numbers usually. Assuming the game supports it. Last i remember SLI has 70% scale-ability and X-fire 90%.
2. OCing is too variable to include in a large bench. You may see one on youtube, but generally not from the well-known sites. Most people do not oc their rigs, so its easier to gauge relative performance based on stock speeds.
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post #169 of 217
I was waiting for Techspots benchmark review, trust them over GameGPU and also Guru3d these days.

Interesting to see their findings on RAM speed affecting performance a huge amount on Intel systems if no one mentioned it already.

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dont even game anymore, well having a break , but interesting - alot of work hava rep biggrin.gif
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