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|03-17-2016 01:45 PM|
|Chargeit||Ok, put up my Division benchmarks.|
|03-15-2016 06:37 PM|
|Chargeit||Still planning on doing those Division Benchmarks. I still haven't gotten around to installing that other hdd in my backup rig though. Quick install, but, I want to also remove the 300 gb 5400 rpm hdd. I have a bunch of windows things redirected to that to save ssd writes and need to also take the time to get that settled up. I'm going to do it here soon.|
|03-14-2016 07:21 AM|
|Chargeit||I pulled one of my 1tb 7200 rpm hdd's out of my main rig. I'm going to move it over to my backup. When I do, I'll run some benchmarks on "The Division". See how that goes.|
|03-04-2016 04:13 AM|
GTA V is a CPU hog. Even 3570K wasn't enough sometimes. 3770 works better.
These are for my sig rig.
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|03-03-2016 06:11 PM|
|Dimensive||Very interesting info for budget building.|
|03-03-2016 06:00 PM|
I didn't expect to see that much of an improvement.
No doubt 12 fps is a huge gain.
|03-03-2016 03:53 PM|
Originally Posted by Chargeit
I tested GTA:V again at 1440p with the FX-6300 OC'ed to 42. Really surprised with the results.
Once again, I averaged the 5 passes.
Min - 29 (-2 fps)
Max - 87 (+12 fps)
AVG - 56 (+11 fps)
Really surprised to see such a massive average fps gain.
Gsync really seems to shine in this setup where the GPU is very much a limitation. Better then it paired with my 980 ti anyway.
Wow. 12 FPS is pretty massive if you ask me.
|03-03-2016 07:37 AM|
Ah. Yea, go for it.
|03-03-2016 05:15 AM|
I meant sharing my own 1440p benches done using my sig rig. But I'll put this thread in my sig
|03-02-2016 07:17 PM|
Happy you like the benchmarks. Figured that lower end hardware always catches a bum rap. From my personal experience it's much more capable then it's given credit for. Just wish more games had built in benchmarks.
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