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BradleyW 08-18-2012 04:54 AM

AA set to Extreme and AO on Extreme seems to kill the fps.
Multi GPU is shot and we need a fix. (Stuttering and poor scaling for both AMD and Nvidia)
Overclocking the VRAM causes reduced FPS.
Please write down your experiences. thumb.gif

Lhino 08-18-2012 05:47 AM

Just found this driver: http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/47460
They are WHQL certified and everything, but only show up when searching specifically for drivers for the new 660ti. I wonder if there will be any compatibility issues if I download them? I don't see any warnings or anything, but it is odd that Nvidia hid them for the 660.

BradleyW 08-18-2012 05:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Lhino View Post

Just found this driver: http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/47460
They are WHQL certified and everything, but only show up when searching specifically for drivers for the new 660ti. I wonder if there will be any compatibility issues if I download them? I don't see any warnings or anything, but it is odd that Nvidia hid them for the 660.

I don't think it will work without an editted ini file.

emett 08-18-2012 06:16 AM

My guess is they would work fine with a modded .ini

Shinjuku 08-18-2012 10:37 AM

Went to get it at my local gamestation store, as I traded in my ps3 and all my games last week so I could get this darksider 2/borderlands 2/dark souls and guild wars 2.
They were all sold out of the pc/xbox and ps3 versions. This is one of the first times I have ever seen my local game store sell out of a pc game.

Must be VERY popular this game.

Empr1ze 08-18-2012 10:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Shinjuku View Post

Went to get it at my local gamestation store, as I traded in my ps3 and all my games last week so I could get this darksider 2/borderlands 2/dark souls and guild wars 2.
They were all sold out of the pc/xbox and ps3 versions. This is one of the first times I have ever seen my local game store sell out of a pc game.
Must be VERY popular this game.

Same. The three Gamestops in my area all announced that Sleeping Dogs is out of stock for all platforms. I haven't bought it yet. I'd pretty rather spend it on something else than on something to increase my Steam backlog...

amd955be5670 08-18-2012 11:32 AM

This has got a hi-res DLC pack, and somewhere I read its got a killer Extreme AA setting, so those with 1Gb Vram, if you have the game, do post how its running for you.
I haven't yet bought it, because its sold out in every store near my house -_-

Velathawen 08-18-2012 12:46 PM

There's a discount on GreenManGaming.com with a 20% code. I picked the game up earlier today for $36 USD and managed to activate it on Steam, so those of you who want to get in on the game and can't find local stock may want to hop on!

For SLI fix use 0x0C4010F5 for compatibility bit. I'm on 301.42 and it still runs decently at 60 FPS with around ~60% GPU usage in the benchmark. There are others with the same compatibility fix who claim 99% usage in game so YMMV as always.

Have you guys played extensively with the texture packs? I'm not noticing a huge graphical quality difference with the added textures. It's somewhat annoying that the benchmarks are never entirely identical either.




amd955be5670 08-18-2012 01:16 PM

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I thank you for the benchmarks you posted. Is that average 58fps with SLI enabled?
But with the drop in GPU usage I guess its to be expected.
I don't have a CPU as good as yours, plus on some other thread, someone posted about stuttering during driving with an AMD processor, so I'm holding on buying it.

Captain_cannonfodder 08-18-2012 04:34 PM

Seems to run ok, MSI AB is reporting frames of solid 60FPS.



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