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Mastercomfig or Comanglia ?
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I have a good PC, decided to stop using weird ass resolutions and just play with native.
I always used Mastercomfig low because it always seemed like its the best option however i saw during a HL scrim on product the FPS dipping under 110 which sucks since I use a 165Hz monitor.
Is comanglia better and more stable ? Am I doing something wrong ? My pc is pretty decent so its weird

I have a good PC, decided to stop using weird ass resolutions and just play with native.
I always used Mastercomfig low because it always seemed like its the best option however i saw during a HL scrim on product the FPS dipping under 110 which sucks since I use a 165Hz monitor.
Is comanglia better and more stable ? Am I doing something wrong ? My pc is pretty decent so its weird
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Post specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.

Post specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.
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MongPost specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.

ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4

[quote=Mong]Post specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.[/quote]
ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4
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if you have a good pc, for tf2 specifically, raising your graphics quality can give you better fps because reasons, so play around with other mastercomfig presets and see what gives you better fps

if you have a good pc, for tf2 specifically, raising your graphics quality can give you better fps because reasons, so play around with other mastercomfig presets and see what gives you better fps
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EnzoDBif you have a good pc, for tf2 specifically, raising your graphics quality can give you better fps because reasons, so play around with other mastercomfig presets and see what gives you better fps

I'll try medium-low ig then

[quote=EnzoDB]if you have a good pc, for tf2 specifically, raising your graphics quality can give you better fps because reasons, so play around with other mastercomfig presets and see what gives you better fps[/quote]
I'll try medium-low ig then
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If you want frames use mastercomfig, if you want your game to feel nice use comanglia's.

If you want frames use mastercomfig, if you want your game to feel nice use comanglia's.
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have you checked temps and power settings?

have you checked temps and power settings?
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scrambledhave you checked temps and power settings?

Ye they are good

untamedIf you want frames use mastercomfig, if you want your game to feel nice use comanglia's.

Could you elaborate ?

[quote=scrambled]have you checked temps and power settings?[/quote]
Ye they are good
[quote=untamed]If you want frames use mastercomfig, if you want your game to feel nice use comanglia's.[/quote]
Could you elaborate ?
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MofuMongPost specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4

completely anecdotal, but i have noticed intel cpus always get better performance than the amd equivalents for some strange reason. Also noticed that TF2 is almost entirely dependent on core speed instead of how many cores??? Might be me seeing patterns that dont exist, but I have tried several configs on tons of different computers with different graphics cards/ram and the processor seems to be the main thing that effects performance.

[quote=Mofu][quote=Mong]Post specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.[/quote]
ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4[/quote]
completely anecdotal, but i have noticed intel cpus always get better performance than the amd equivalents for some strange reason. Also noticed that TF2 is almost entirely dependent on core speed instead of how many cores??? Might be me seeing patterns that dont exist, but I have tried several configs on tons of different computers with different graphics cards/ram and the processor seems to be the main thing that effects performance.
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Thole Also noticed that TF2 is almost entirely dependent on core speed instead of how many cores???

this 2007 game was created in a time where dual core = nasa

[quote=Thole] Also noticed that TF2 is almost entirely dependent on core speed instead of how many cores??? [/quote]

this 2007 game was created in a time where dual core = nasa
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MofuMongPost specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4

yeah I have the same rig except I got a 1660 super, I use a personalized/edited comanglias where I cranked some settings up that I like and it runs great

[quote=Mofu][quote=Mong]Post specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.[/quote]
ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4[/quote] yeah I have the same rig except I got a 1660 super, I use a personalized/edited comanglias where I cranked some settings up that I like and it runs great
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EnzoDBMofuMongPost specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4 yeah I have the same rig except I got a 1660 super, I use a personalized/edited comanglias where I cranked some settings up that I like and it runs great

can you drop a download, i might give it a shot

[quote=EnzoDB][quote=Mofu][quote=Mong]Post specs. Good pc doesn't mean anything. If you fall under 110 fps in 6s your config is too high or you have mediocre specs.[/quote]
ryzen 5 3600x overclocked and a 3070, also 16gigs of ram DDR4[/quote] yeah I have the same rig except I got a 1660 super, I use a personalized/edited comanglias where I cranked some settings up that I like and it runs great[/quote]
can you drop a download, i might give it a shot
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#14
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just use the one that benchmarks better why ask random people what your random machine they dont have access to will run better on

just use the one that benchmarks better why ask random people what your random machine they dont have access to will run better on
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Mofuscrambledhave you checked temps and power settings?Ye they are gooduntamedIf you want frames use mastercomfig, if you want your game to feel nice use comanglia's.Could you elaborate ?

I think the best way I can elaborate is that I feel a little bit of input delay from mastercomfig but it can be due to placebo or the cfg not reacting too well with my pc, but it's up to you to tryout either of them.

[quote=Mofu][quote=scrambled]have you checked temps and power settings?[/quote]
Ye they are good
[quote=untamed]If you want frames use mastercomfig, if you want your game to feel nice use comanglia's.[/quote]
Could you elaborate ?[/quote]

I think the best way I can elaborate is that I feel a little bit of input delay from mastercomfig but it can be due to placebo or the cfg not reacting too well with my pc, but it's up to you to tryout either of them.
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i have ryzen 5 3600 with a 3060, also with 16gb of ram and ive found that my fps is the smoothest/most consistent with comanglia stability, although that could just be placebo
seeing as we have pretty similar specs, here are the benchmarks i did with this benchmark demo:

comanglia stability dx81
4812 frames 17.615 seconds 273.17 fps ( 3.66 ms/f) 43.722 fps variability
4812 frames 17.743 seconds 271.21 fps ( 3.69 ms/f) 45.704 fps variability
4812 frames 17.522 seconds 274.63 fps ( 3.64 ms/f) 43.972 fps variability

comanglia stability dx100
4812 frames 18.479 seconds 260.41 fps ( 3.84 ms/f) 40.953 fps variability
4812 frames 18.318 seconds 262.70 fps ( 3.81 ms/f) 40.930 fps variability
4812 frames 18.467 seconds 260.57 fps ( 3.84 ms/f) 41.445 fps variability

mastercoms low dx81
4812 frames 17.155 seconds 280.50 fps ( 3.57 ms/f) 47.886 fps variability
4812 frames 17.093 seconds 281.53 fps ( 3.55 ms/f) 47.569 fps variability
4812 frames 17.188 seconds 279.96 fps ( 3.57 ms/f) 48.449 fps variability

mastercoms low dx100
4812 frames 17.772 seconds 270.76 fps ( 3.69 ms/f) 47.049 fps variability
4812 frames 17.635 seconds 272.87 fps ( 3.66 ms/f) 45.188 fps variability
4812 frames 17.794 seconds 270.43 fps ( 3.70 ms/f) 47.062 fps variability

comanglia cinema dx81
4812 frames 22.023 seconds 218.50 fps ( 4.58 ms/f) 31.750 fps variability
4812 frames 22.313 seconds 215.66 fps ( 4.64 ms/f) 32.933 fps variability
4812 frames 22.591 seconds 213.01 fps ( 4.69 ms/f) 33.028 fps variability

comanglia cinema dx100
4812 frames 25.589 seconds 188.05 fps ( 5.32 ms/f) 28.899 fps variability
4812 frames 25.794 seconds 186.55 fps ( 5.36 ms/f) 29.328 fps variability
4812 frames 25.985 seconds 185.18 fps ( 5.40 ms/f) 28.446 fps variability

mastercoms ultra dx81
4812 frames 22.853 seconds 210.56 fps ( 4.75 ms/f) 29.453 fps variability
4812 frames 23.304 seconds 206.49 fps ( 4.84 ms/f) 30.614 fps variability
4812 frames 23.384 seconds 205.78 fps ( 4.86 ms/f) 30.942 fps variability

mastercoms ultra dx100
4812 frames 27.030 seconds 178.02 fps ( 5.62 ms/f) 27.244 fps variability
4812 frames 27.001 seconds 178.21 fps ( 5.61 ms/f) 27.301 fps variability
4812 frames 27.080 seconds 177.69 fps ( 5.63 ms/f) 26.937 fps variability

for me, comanglia stability on dx81 feels nicer than mastercoms low on 81, even tho its technically better
also included cinema cfgs just for comparison :D

i have ryzen 5 3600 with a 3060, also with 16gb of ram and ive found that my fps is the smoothest/most consistent with comanglia stability, although that could just be placebo
seeing as we have pretty similar specs, here are the benchmarks i did with [url=https://docs.mastercomfig.com/latest/benchmarks/]this benchmark demo[/url]:

comanglia stability dx81
4812 frames 17.615 seconds 273.17 fps ( 3.66 ms/f) 43.722 fps variability
4812 frames 17.743 seconds 271.21 fps ( 3.69 ms/f) 45.704 fps variability
4812 frames 17.522 seconds 274.63 fps ( 3.64 ms/f) 43.972 fps variability

comanglia stability dx100
4812 frames 18.479 seconds 260.41 fps ( 3.84 ms/f) 40.953 fps variability
4812 frames 18.318 seconds 262.70 fps ( 3.81 ms/f) 40.930 fps variability
4812 frames 18.467 seconds 260.57 fps ( 3.84 ms/f) 41.445 fps variability

mastercoms low dx81
4812 frames 17.155 seconds 280.50 fps ( 3.57 ms/f) 47.886 fps variability
4812 frames 17.093 seconds 281.53 fps ( 3.55 ms/f) 47.569 fps variability
4812 frames 17.188 seconds 279.96 fps ( 3.57 ms/f) 48.449 fps variability

mastercoms low dx100
4812 frames 17.772 seconds 270.76 fps ( 3.69 ms/f) 47.049 fps variability
4812 frames 17.635 seconds 272.87 fps ( 3.66 ms/f) 45.188 fps variability
4812 frames 17.794 seconds 270.43 fps ( 3.70 ms/f) 47.062 fps variability

comanglia cinema dx81
4812 frames 22.023 seconds 218.50 fps ( 4.58 ms/f) 31.750 fps variability
4812 frames 22.313 seconds 215.66 fps ( 4.64 ms/f) 32.933 fps variability
4812 frames 22.591 seconds 213.01 fps ( 4.69 ms/f) 33.028 fps variability

comanglia cinema dx100
4812 frames 25.589 seconds 188.05 fps ( 5.32 ms/f) 28.899 fps variability
4812 frames 25.794 seconds 186.55 fps ( 5.36 ms/f) 29.328 fps variability
4812 frames 25.985 seconds 185.18 fps ( 5.40 ms/f) 28.446 fps variability

mastercoms ultra dx81
4812 frames 22.853 seconds 210.56 fps ( 4.75 ms/f) 29.453 fps variability
4812 frames 23.304 seconds 206.49 fps ( 4.84 ms/f) 30.614 fps variability
4812 frames 23.384 seconds 205.78 fps ( 4.86 ms/f) 30.942 fps variability

mastercoms ultra dx100
4812 frames 27.030 seconds 178.02 fps ( 5.62 ms/f) 27.244 fps variability
4812 frames 27.001 seconds 178.21 fps ( 5.61 ms/f) 27.301 fps variability
4812 frames 27.080 seconds 177.69 fps ( 5.63 ms/f) 26.937 fps variability

for me, comanglia stability on dx81 feels nicer than mastercoms low on 81, even tho its technically better
also included cinema cfgs just for comparison :D
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Zhern those numbers seem very low. I have ryzen 5 2600 and 16 gigs memory along with a RTX 480 graphics card and with native resolution on my 144hz monitor I’m getting around 190 fps. It usually drops to like 90-120 during fights but still that’s more fps than your bechmarks.

Zhern those numbers seem very low. I have ryzen 5 2600 and 16 gigs memory along with a RTX 480 graphics card and with native resolution on my 144hz monitor I’m getting around 190 fps. It usually drops to like 90-120 during fights but still that’s more fps than your bechmarks.
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Hybrido0Zhern those numbers seem very low. I have ryzen 5 2600 and 16 gigs memory along with a RTX 480 graphics card and with native resolution on my 144hz monitor I’m getting around 190 fps. It usually drops to like 90-120 during fights but still that’s more fps than your bechmarks.

the benchmark is a 24 man pub though

[quote=Hybrido0]Zhern those numbers seem very low. I have ryzen 5 2600 and 16 gigs memory along with a RTX 480 graphics card and with native resolution on my 144hz monitor I’m getting around 190 fps. It usually drops to like 90-120 during fights but still that’s more fps than your bechmarks.[/quote]
the benchmark is a 24 man pub though
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Hybrido0Zhern those numbers seem very low. I have ryzen 5 2600 and 16 gigs memory along with a RTX 480 graphics card and with native resolution on my 144hz monitor I’m getting around 190 fps. It usually drops to like 90-120 during fights but still that’s more fps than your bechmarks.

yea this was a pub benchmark i think in 6s i average like 320 or something im not sure

[quote=Hybrido0]Zhern those numbers seem very low. I have ryzen 5 2600 and 16 gigs memory along with a RTX 480 graphics card and with native resolution on my 144hz monitor I’m getting around 190 fps. It usually drops to like 90-120 during fights but still that’s more fps than your bechmarks.[/quote]
yea this was a pub benchmark i think in 6s i average like 320 or something im not sure
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for some reason when i use comanglia i am like glued to the floor in offline servers and cant shoot my gnu

for some reason when i use comanglia i am like glued to the floor in offline servers and cant shoot my gnu
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dingofor some reason when i use comanglia i am like glued to the floor in offline servers and cant shoot my gnu

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[quote=dingo]for some reason when i use comanglia i am like glued to the floor in offline servers and cant shoot my gnu[/quote]
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