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Right? lol Im part of this minority (actually majority fallout players) that love the gameplay and atmosphere, instead of crying about dem grafiks every 5 min im playing it. Must be an older gamer thing.

Personally, graphics definitely aren't everything; however, I would expect the game to perform on hardware in accordance to it's visual fidelity. Many recent games do not have the graphics to justify the hardware required. It's fine an dandy to say graphics don't matter, but why should you need to buy a $200+ GPU to play a low end graphics game at 60fps....?
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Personally, graphics definitely aren't everything; however, I would expect the game to perform on hardware in accordance to it's visual fidelity. Many recent games do not have the graphics to justify the hardware required. It's fine an dandy to say graphics don't matter, but why should you need to buy a $200+ GPU to play a low end graphics game at 60fps....?
Fallout 4 price point to expectation is y graphic became an issue.
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Fallout 4 price point to expectation is y graphic became an issue.

I would agree with what others are saying in respect to that, though... I mean, if a AAA game is really fun to play but doesn't have the best graphics, I would still pay the full AAA price to play it.

It's just that (and I have said this in multiple threads now) people like my friends stopped playing PC games because the hardware requirements continue to get bigger and bigger at what seems like an increasing pace... and it's not just on games trying to sell visual fidelity like crysis... all these new AAA games seem to have streamlined performance and some clearly look much better than others. I don't get how a games like the original crysis could run well on a 5850 or like a gtx460... and now days, if a game looks like that it needs a 7870 minimum... why?
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So 8 core FX at 5 GHz loses to i3 stock.. thumb.gif
From 2 charts you choose the one who make you feel better. Is called DELUSION thumb.gif
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The Dips are killing me Q.Q AMD PLS!

The lighting is the culprit but without godrays the game loses way too much fidelity.
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The reason is simple. Excessive use of tesselation and Nvidia benefited tech. Why? Most likely because Nvidia paid bethesda softworks.
You see, Nvidia card softwares are better at tesselation than AMD softwares, and the margin is quite large. Normally you don't use much tesselation, so it is not a problem. However in fallout 4 people have detected absurdly large levels of tesselation being used, so large in fact it is more than pointless. This does reduce performance on Nvidia cards, but even moreso on AMD cards. As a natural result, people are calling it sabotaging.
I can promise you that one out of three things will happen.
Bethesda backs out and makes it possible to disable Nvidia tech completely, and keep tesselation at reasonable levels
AMD puts out drivers doing better or on par with Nvidia regarding tesselation.
modders does what's said in number 1. This WILL happen, if 1 or 2 doesn't, i almost guarantee it.
Until then, there are some things you can do to solve it.
Force tesselation values for fallout 4 in the catalyst controll pannel. This will override the insane tesselation settings made by Nvidia, and thus even the odds quite a bit. Either disable it or lower it to manageable levels
go to catalyst control panel under "games", then "3d-program settings" (or something. translated from norwegian, so not 100% sure if acurate. At the bottom you have tesselation settings. Override these either for just fallout 4, or all applications. That's all.
Disable godray. This takes a bit of tweaking. read how here. Note to all you Nvidia users. This will work for you guys too, because godray EATS FPS for everyone: http://www.gamersnexus.net/game-bench/2180-fallout-4-volumetric-lighting-benchmark-and-disable
Some users have brough to my attention that the difference from som setting sliders are neglible for how it looks, so lowering your settings can also improve it a lot, for borderline zero reduction in visuals.
realize the fact hat Nvidia released a huge driver update a couple days ago, giving a decent boost to their modern lineup, and with some special attention to fallout. So some of the performance Nvidai got IS due to the drivers. AMD is likely to do the same soon, and it's well known they're cooking on something. Be patient. (and if you think fallout 4 is bad, then remember how Brink was opon release? 20 frames on the strongest AMD cards, on minimum. A simple driver put those cards well over 60 on ultra)
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They removed the source on the link to Reddit. Wonder what it was?
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Why are the numbers so diffenent? Especially on AMD?
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I would agree with what others are saying in respect to that, though... I mean, if a AAA game is really fun to play but doesn't have the best graphics, I would still pay the full AAA price to play it.

It's just that (and I have said this in multiple threads now) people like my friends stopped playing PC games because the hardware requirements continue to get bigger and bigger at what seems like an increasing pace... and it's not just on games trying to sell visual fidelity like crysis... all these new AAA games seem to have streamlined performance and some clearly look much better than others. I don't get how a games like the original crysis could run well on a 5850 or like a gtx460... and now days, if a game looks like that it needs a 7870 minimum... why?

1. Crysis did not have to cater to console parity, which takes out from the budget available
2. Crysis was a linear FPS, which is much less demanding than an open world sandbox game on the scale of Fallout 4
3. The GPU needed to run Crysis on even high was extremely demanding when released
4. Fallout is using a new 64-bit engine so optimization from dev and GPU will take some time
5. Atmospheric lightning and dynamics are way, way more advanced than anything Crysis had
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Added OC3D's results to the OP which includes Godrays Benchmarks.
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Added another video performance review to the OP. Apparently this game is highly multi-threaded and supposedly this reviewer was seeing 90% usage with an i5 (an overclocked i5 6600k @ 4.9GHz bottlenecking a game?)

https://youtu.be/F5ojEukUj94?t=371

Again, where are you getting this from and how is the source determining it?
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