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post #61 of 304
lol... same as always...
amd cards run like poop -> Nvidia has to die, Nvidia is the devil. Gameworks bla blah bla
amd cards run "good" -> hahaha look how bad nvidia is, they don't support their cards!!!
post #62 of 304
Being in the beta myself I can first say the game crashes under Windows 10 tested it on 4 different machines with windows 10 crashes all the time so I don't see how these guys tested anything under windows 10? Two of those machines I've installed windows 7 and the game ran without a crash. So I would say it's very far from the truth, but the game does use hell of a lot of CPU anything bellow i5 on 3.4ghz will have 90%+ use . Also this was like a demo can't call something beta where you start from lvl4 and max lvl is 8 and you basicly have 3 zones 1 pve zone 1 mission 1 dark zone . So until March 8th or some open beta 1 week before the game and that's if the open beta isn't the same as the close and same build I don't think these numbers are true.
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Originally Posted by Smanci View Post

I sometimes wonder if people realize that you could run two 960s or a 980, double the performance, while using less power than those... Progress?

In terms of single GPU performance the gains have been pretty low compared to previous GPU generations, or perhaps it's just perceived to have been low as it's taken quite a bit longer. Since recently the way how GPUs have been released has changed where the big die happens to have come over 5+ months later.

The GTX 980 is about 20% faster at most than the 780 Ti which was Kepler's big die and fully unlocked chip, meanwhile the GTX 680 was over 30% faster than the 580 which was Fermi's big die and fully unlocked chip.

The 680 to 780 Ti wasn't too bad, being around 30-50% faster. And the 980 to 980 Ti is around 40-50% which is quite a sizable gain, especially compared to the 780 Ti and the GTX 970 which are around the same performance level. I suppose the GTX 780 Ti to GTX 980 was the smallest gain out of the ones I compared.

Recently each generation has happened to have a performance increase of around 80-100%, this has slightly decreased from previous generation performance gains and also has taken quite a bit longer to get there.

However GTX 970 had a significant impact upon the market, single handed it forced down the price point of GPUs with this level of performance and did an excellent job at it.

The 7970 to Fury X is around a 80-100% performance gain, the 7970 released in January 2012, and the Fury X released in June 2015.
post #64 of 304
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Originally Posted by GHADthc View Post

Damn this 290X just keeps on giving, Those first benches are ridiculous, a pair of 780Ti's barely beat a single 290X! This game is in dire need of some serious optimization...
Never use the "optimization" term in a Ubisoft game Never biggrin.gif
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Being in the beta myself I can first say the game crashes under Windows 10 tested it on 4 different machines with windows 10 crashes all the time so I don't see how these guys tested anything under windows 10? Two of those machines I've installed windows 7 and the game ran without a crash. So I would say it's very far from the truth, but the game does use hell of a lot of CPU anything bellow i5 on 3.4ghz will have 90%+ use . Also this was like a demo can't call something beta where you start from lvl4 and max lvl is 8 and you basicly have 3 zones 1 pve zone 1 mission 1 dark zone . So until March 8th or some open beta 1 week before the game and that's if the open beta isn't the same as the close and same build I don't think these numbers are true.

I never crashed once on win 10. I think this beta was more about letting people see it and how more of the general public react and play in the DZ.
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I am more interested now in the CPU results:







Game is optimized up to 6 cores, properly, i think.
But the that old 3 year old FX CPU's are actually holding it quite good.
Also, the 9370 is putting up a even fight with the 3970x and is bit ahead of the 2600k.

I don't like giving them clicks but we had this with Just Cause 3 and now this. Their GPU benchmarks are totally weird. Ubisoft strikes again. But these CPU benchmarks are interesting.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4E5iKyEv1k

FX 8320 stock pretty much keep up GTX 970 at medium settings at 99% usage.
And you can clearly see FX 8320 usage which is around 50-70%, but sometimes gets higher up to 90-100% usage.
Edited by Themisseble - 2/1/16 at 5:30am
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Averaged right around 38-40 w/ 3930k @ 4 and 980Ti SLI on 4k. Weird thing was, the latest Nvidia drivers killed my FPS by about 10, so I rolled back. I'm hoping for more optimization with the game ready drivers/final release, but the game is far from unplayable, and I very much enjoyed the single PVE instance we were shown. 4 friends had a blast playing together.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4E5iKyEv1k

FX 8320 stock pretty much keep up GTX 970 at medium settings at 99% usage.
And you can clearly see FX 8320 usage which is around 50-70%, but sometimes gets higher up to 90-100% usage.
Loah.... I may need to get a 8320 instead of my unlocked Phenom...
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Exactly. 7970 masterrace checking in.

7950 here, can I be cool too?

Honestly I'm surprised at how well the 7950 and 7970 perform at 1080HQ. Lower 1 or 2 things and very playable 60FPS. With some optimization maybe even 60FPS at HQ.
Edited by Bryst - 2/1/16 at 6:30am
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