Originally Posted by vagenrider
you mean you get 60 frames to these games? my 590 to far cry 3 bioshock infinite get 80-100 on ultra settings at 1920x1080
I do not know the framerates, I guess I could download fraps and see. Adaptive Vsync is enabled on Bioshock Infinite because the screen tearing was atrocious. Also keep in mind that 2560x1440 has exactly 1,612,800 more pixels than 1920x1080.
If I had stayed at 1080p I never would have bought Titans because at that resolution a 590 is 110% capable
ETA: Aight, I disabled SLI and moved monitor 2 to card 2 so that it wouldnt affect the load (hint: extra monitors definitely lower frames)
Then I made sure to use the NVIDIA blank reviewer bios with zero OC.
I benched 1440p of 60 seconds of gameplay in Crysis 3 when you're underground in a dark cavern and Prophet is having some internal dialogue and hearing seph voices and there's a lot of fighting and stuff. I benched TR when you're finding shelter from the rain after crossing the old bomber. And I benched Crysis2 when you're in an APC and exiting the freeway tunnel where two APCs and an insta-death helicopter await you. All settings maxed (Crysis 2 in DX11 with high-res textures and motion blur at medium)Edited by MKHunt - 3/31/13 at 9:06am