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[Square-Enix] FFXIV Shadowbringers Benchmark is Up

Today, Final Fantasy XIV had their 51st Letter from The Producer Live highlighting many of the changes for the upcoming Shadowbringers expansion. We also learned a Benchmark was also planned for release today.

It is now live! https://na.finalfantasyxiv.com/benchmark/

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look like a potato can run this:

FINAL FANTASY XIV: Shadowbringers Benchmark
Tested on: 5/23/2019 23:14:48
Score: 14313
Average Frame Rate: 105.5791
Minimum Frame Rate: 48
Performance: Extremely High
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Still can be decently demanding compared to some games though. Got 10,000 at 4K Max and about 20,000 at 1080p with overclocks in place.

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bit surprised honestly, even a 9900K cant keep 99% GPU load in places.

FINAL FANTASY XIV: Shadowbringers Benchmark
Tested on: 5/24/2019 19:11:12
Score: 19507
Average Frame Rate: 140.0877
Minimum Frame Rate: 68
Performance: Extremely High

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What I'm more confused by is a bencher on the reddit thread with a Ryzen 2600 and a 1080ti got 15,000+ at 4K Max, where I'm barely pushing 10K on full loop, aggressively clocked. Even single threaded, I should be higher performance than that but 5K points gap is just huge. I'm at a loss as to figure why.
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What I'm more confused by is a bencher on the reddit thread with a Ryzen 2600 and a 1080ti got 15,000+ at 4K Max, where I'm barely pushing 10K on full loop, aggressively clocked. Even single threaded, I should be higher performance than that but 5K points gap is just huge. I'm at a loss as to figure why.
Yeah there might be some trickery there, I have a 2600 and 1080ti and these are my scores, granted I am not heavily overclocked.
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What I'm more confused by is a bencher on the reddit thread with a Ryzen 2600 and a 1080ti got 15,000+ at 4K Max, where I'm barely pushing 10K on full loop, aggressively clocked. Even single threaded, I should be higher performance than that but 5K points gap is just huge. I'm at a loss as to figure why.
There's no way he's getting 15K at 4K maximum settings. Here's my 1700X and 2080 Ti:
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Quote: Originally Posted by The-Real-Link View Post
What I'm more confused by is a bencher on the reddit thread with a Ryzen 2600 and a 1080ti got 15,000+ at 4K Max, where I'm barely pushing 10K on full loop, aggressively clocked. Even single threaded, I should be higher performance than that but 5K points gap is just huge. I'm at a loss as to figure why.
It wouldn't be the first time someone lied on Reddit for attention.

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