Source (Original)So in the output on our review, we want to make the following conclusion - the performance of the game Total War ROME II is more dependent on the CPU than the video card. The maximum that can pull the most top-end CPU to date Core I [email protected] 7 GHz, the video card is a level Radeon HD 7950 or GeForce GTX 660 Ti. Minimum FPS can pull up to a maximum of 38 frames, but subject to acceleration of the model to nearly 5GHz, that for the average user impracticable solution.
Extreme Overclocking Core I 5/7 will be able to give a more or less stable 25 FPS, but then again, you realize acceleration at your own risk. We write this to the fact that the forums have already met many people who have a dream of a comfortable game Total War ROME II run for the new video, but be warned that the bottleneck Total War ROME II is just the CPU and replacing the video can give a zero result . So, dear friends, expect patches that improve the optimization of the game.
With the release of the first beta patch for Total War ROME II and hotfix to him the situation in performance has not changed. AMD has released a driver version 13.10, flickering and distortion in the mode of Cross Fire gone, but the performance is strangely out in the negative, so its activation is not relevant. Just added FX 8350 overclocked to 4.5 GHz, which for him has not given little or no gain in performance ...
A week or but it hadn't been posted yet and the game and series pretty popular (even though the reviews weren't so good) so I thought I'd post anyways especially since the game seems quite demanding.