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TF2 benchmarks
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#301
-1 Frags +
2639 frames 16.385 seconds 161.06 fps ( 6.21 ms/f) 16.777 fps variability

i7-4770k @ 4.5 GHz 780 Ti 16gb ram
1080p fullscreen Comanglia's config with shadows enabled dx81

[code]2639 frames 16.385 seconds 161.06 fps ( 6.21 ms/f) 16.777 fps variability[/code]

i7-4770k @ 4.5 GHz 780 Ti 16gb ram
1080p fullscreen Comanglia's config with shadows enabled dx81
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#302
6 Frags +

As a experiment i decided to build what would be a normal gaming PC when TF2 came out.

Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.41ghz 2gb ram 7900 GTX 512mb

640*480 Comangia's potato config dx81

2179 frames 59.814 seconds 36.43 fps (27.45 ms/f) 2.559 fps variability

As a experiment i decided to build what would be a normal gaming PC when TF2 came out.

Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.41ghz 2gb ram 7900 GTX 512mb

640*480 Comangia's potato config dx81

2179 frames 59.814 seconds 36.43 fps (27.45 ms/f) 2.559 fps variability
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#303
0 Frags +

Could you do one for the game at maybe 1600x900 with all default settings?

Could you do one for the game at maybe 1600x900 with all default settings?
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#304
0 Frags +
_KermitCould you do one for the game at maybe 1600x900 with all default settings?

what is the command for defaults?

[quote=_Kermit]Could you do one for the game at maybe 1600x900 with all default settings?[/quote]
what is the command for defaults?
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#305
-1 Frags +
Screwball_KermitCould you do one for the game at maybe 1600x900 with all default settings?what is the command for defaults?

-default in launch options

[quote=Screwball][quote=_Kermit]Could you do one for the game at maybe 1600x900 with all default settings?[/quote]
what is the command for defaults?[/quote]

-default in launch options
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#306
0 Frags +

Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.41ghz 2gb ram 7900 GTX 512mb

1440*900 -default dx98 fov 90

2179 frames 113.608 seconds 19.18 fps (52.14 ms/f) 0.888 fps variability

Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.41ghz 2gb ram 7900 GTX 512mb

1440*900 -default dx98 fov 90

2179 frames 113.608 seconds 19.18 fps (52.14 ms/f) 0.888 fps variability
307
#307
1 Frags +

Moved from 3570K to 6600K and was interested to see clock for clock difference. I also added in a max oc ram score as well. Very pleased with improved fps as far as the 6600K goes. A bit surprised that the increased ram clock added little to no fps. Same timings were used at both speeds too. Oh well. Maybe Valve will optimize once competitive rollout completes?

EDIT: Added 2133MHz @ CL11 results - added ~10-15 fps for each test! Thanks Setsul :)

3570K @ 4.5 GHz
16GB DDR3 @1600MHz CL11 (4x4)

6600K @ 4.5 GHz
16GB DDR4 @3866MHz CL19 (2x8)

6600K @ 4.5 GHz
16GB DDR4 @2133MHz CL15 (2x8)

6600K @ 4.5 GHz
16GB DDR4 @2133MHz CL11 (2x8)

Static settings
Driver version: 364.51
Resolution: 1920x1080 @ 120Hz full screen

Additional notes: W10 64-bit / Aero on

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: none / max settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled

3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 23.262 seconds 113.45 fps ( 8.81 ms/f) 6.934 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 19.771 seconds 133.48 fps ( 7.49 ms/f) 8.206 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 19.818 seconds 133.16 fps ( 7.51 ms/f) 7.216 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 18.545 seconds 142.30 fps ( 7.03 ms/f) 8.559 fps variability

dxlevel: 81
FPS configs enabled: none / max settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled

3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 21.716 seconds 121.52 fps ( 8.23 ms/f) 7.995 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 18.044 seconds 146.25 fps ( 6.84 ms/f) 8.084 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 18.325 seconds 144.01 fps ( 6.94 ms/f) 7.737 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 17.236 seconds 153.11 fps ( 6.53 ms/f) 8.044 fps variability

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: none / min settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 20.917 seconds 126.17 fps ( 7.93 ms/f) 8.320 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 17.134 seconds 154.02 fps ( 6.49 ms/f) 8.795 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 17.660 seconds 149.43 fps ( 6.69 ms/f) 9.442 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 16.181 seconds 163.09 fps ( 6.13 ms/f) 8.808 fps variability

dxlevel: 81
FPS configs enabled: none / min settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 19.178 seconds 137.60 fps ( 7.27 ms/f) 9.557 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 15.626 seconds 168.88 fps ( 5.92 ms/f) 9.704 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 15.921 seconds 165.76 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 9.156 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 14.823 seconds 178.04 fps ( 5.62 ms/f) 10.156 fps variability

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's HQ PC
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled

3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 17.923 seconds 147.24 fps ( 6.79 ms/f) 9.082 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 15.324 seconds 172.21 fps ( 5.81 ms/f) 9.256 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 15.280 seconds 172.71 fps ( 5.79 ms/f) 9.582 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 14.475 seconds 182.32 fps ( 5.48 ms/f) 9.636 fps variability

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's HQ PC
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 15.322 seconds 172.24 fps ( 5.81 ms/f) 12.047 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 12.979 seconds 203.33 fps ( 4.92 ms/f) 11.131 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 13.096 seconds 201.51 fps ( 4.96 ms/f) 12.962 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 12.344 seconds 213.80 fps ( 4.68 ms/f) 11.539 fps variability

dxlevel: 81
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's HQ PC
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 13.444 seconds 196.29 fps ( 5.09 ms/f) 13.489 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 11.364 seconds 232.23 fps ( 4.31 ms/f) 13.831 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 11.591 seconds 227.68 fps ( 4.39 ms/f) 15.887 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 10.800 seconds 244.36 fps ( 4.09 ms/f) 13.860 fps variability
Moved from 3570K to 6600K and was interested to see clock for clock difference. I also added in a max oc ram score as well. Very pleased with improved fps as far as the 6600K goes. A bit surprised that the increased ram clock added little to no fps. Same timings were used at both speeds too. Oh well. Maybe Valve will optimize once competitive rollout completes?

EDIT: Added 2133MHz @ CL11 results - added ~10-15 fps for each test! Thanks Setsul :)

3570K @ 4.5 GHz
16GB DDR3 @1600MHz CL11 (4x4)

6600K @ [b]4.5 GHz[/b]
16GB DDR4 @[b]3866MHz CL19[/b] (2x8)

6600K @ [b]4.5 GHz[/b]
16GB DDR4 @[b]2133MHz CL15[/b] (2x8)

6600K @ [b]4.5 GHz[/b]
16GB DDR4 @[b]2133MHz CL11[/b] (2x8)

Static settings
Driver version: 364.51
Resolution: 1920x1080 @ 120Hz full screen

Additional notes: W10 64-bit / Aero on

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: none / max settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled
[quote=3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 23.262 seconds 113.45 fps ( 8.81 ms/f) 6.934 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 19.771 seconds 133.48 fps ( 7.49 ms/f) 8.206 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 19.818 seconds 133.16 fps ( 7.51 ms/f) 7.216 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 18.545 seconds 142.30 fps ( 7.03 ms/f) 8.559 fps variability][/quote]

dxlevel: 81
FPS configs enabled: none / max settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled
[quote=3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 21.716 seconds 121.52 fps ( 8.23 ms/f) 7.995 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 18.044 seconds 146.25 fps ( 6.84 ms/f) 8.084 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 18.325 seconds 144.01 fps ( 6.94 ms/f) 7.737 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 17.236 seconds 153.11 fps ( 6.53 ms/f) 8.044 fps variability][/quote]

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: none / min settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled
[quote=3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 20.917 seconds 126.17 fps ( 7.93 ms/f) 8.320 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 17.134 seconds 154.02 fps ( 6.49 ms/f) 8.795 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 17.660 seconds 149.43 fps ( 6.69 ms/f) 9.442 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 16.181 seconds 163.09 fps ( 6.13 ms/f) 8.808 fps variability][/quote]

dxlevel: 81
FPS configs enabled: none / min settings
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled
[quote=3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 19.178 seconds 137.60 fps ( 7.27 ms/f) 9.557 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 15.626 seconds 168.88 fps ( 5.92 ms/f) 9.704 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 15.921 seconds 165.76 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 9.156 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 14.823 seconds 178.04 fps ( 5.62 ms/f) 10.156 fps variability][/quote]

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's HQ PC
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled
[quote=3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 17.923 seconds 147.24 fps ( 6.79 ms/f) 9.082 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 15.324 seconds 172.21 fps ( 5.81 ms/f) 9.256 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 15.280 seconds 172.71 fps ( 5.79 ms/f) 9.582 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 14.475 seconds 182.32 fps ( 5.48 ms/f) 9.636 fps variability][/quote]

dxlevel: 95
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's HQ PC
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled
[quote=3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 15.322 seconds 172.24 fps ( 5.81 ms/f) 12.047 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 12.979 seconds 203.33 fps ( 4.92 ms/f) 11.131 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 13.096 seconds 201.51 fps ( 4.96 ms/f) 12.962 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 12.344 seconds 213.80 fps ( 4.68 ms/f) 11.539 fps variability][/quote]

dxlevel: 81
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's HQ PC
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled
[quote=3570K(CL11) 2639 frames 13.444 seconds 196.29 fps ( 5.09 ms/f) 13.489 fps variability
6600K(CL19) 2639 frames 11.364 seconds 232.23 fps ( 4.31 ms/f) 13.831 fps variability
6600K(CL15) 2639 frames 11.591 seconds 227.68 fps ( 4.39 ms/f) 15.887 fps variability
6600K(CL11) 2639 frames 10.800 seconds 244.36 fps ( 4.09 ms/f) 13.860 fps variability][/quote]
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#308
2 Frags +

DDR4 RAM timings? They affected fps significantly in my testing. I'm also pretty sure you're just seeing diminishing returns, going from 1333 to 2400MHz made quite a difference. 2133MHz RAM just isn't really holding the CPU back in the first place.

DDR4 RAM timings? They affected fps significantly in my testing. I'm also pretty sure you're just seeing diminishing returns, going from 1333 to 2400MHz made quite a difference. 2133MHz RAM just isn't really holding the CPU back in the first place.
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#309
-1 Frags +

I used the stock settings of 19-21-21-41 2t, which are trash even by DDR4 standards. The sticks are rated at 4000mhz, which was overkill in retrospect. Now that I've seen speed isn't really the factor, and after reviewing your post, I will try to tighten the timings and report back with the results. I think my DDR3s from my previous build were at 11-11-11-18, IIRC.

EDIT: Tightest stable timings at 2133MHz for the DDR4 was 11-11-11-28 1T. This yielded an additional 10-15 frames! I later realized that my original timings were 2133 CL15 and 3866 CL19. I'm guessing this yielded about the same true latency in the end, hence the lack of improved performance. Now my goal is to find the overall best clock/timing. I'm thinking 3200 is going to be the sweetspot.

I used the stock settings of 19-21-21-41 2t, which are trash even by DDR4 standards. The sticks are rated at 4000mhz, which was overkill in retrospect. Now that I've seen speed isn't really the factor, and after reviewing your post, I will try to tighten the timings and report back with the results. I think my DDR3s from my previous build were at 11-11-11-18, IIRC.

EDIT: Tightest stable timings at 2133MHz for the DDR4 was 11-11-11-28 1T. This yielded an additional 10-15 frames! I later realized that my original timings were 2133 CL15 and 3866 CL19. I'm guessing this yielded about the same true latency in the end, hence the lack of improved performance. Now my goal is to find the overall best clock/timing. I'm thinking 3200 is going to be the sweetspot.
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#310
-2 Frags +

CPU: i5-6600k @ 4.6 GHz
Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 660
8GB DRR4 @ 2400Mhz
Dxlevel: 95
Resolution: 1920x1080 / 1280x960
FPS configs enabled: Edited Comanglia stability config
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: Windows 10 Aero

@1080p
2639 frames 15.506 seconds 170.19 fps ( 5.88 ms/f) 10.571 fps variability
@1280x960
2639 frames 14.792 seconds 178.40 fps ( 5.61 ms/f) 10.737 fps variability

CPU: i5-6600k @ 4.6 GHz
Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 660
8GB DRR4 @ 2400Mhz
Dxlevel: 95
Resolution: 1920x1080 / 1280x960
FPS configs enabled: Edited Comanglia stability config
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: Windows 10 Aero

@1080p
2639 frames 15.506 seconds 170.19 fps ( 5.88 ms/f) 10.571 fps variability
@1280x960
2639 frames 14.792 seconds 178.40 fps ( 5.61 ms/f) 10.737 fps variability
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#311
-1 Frags +

#309
The latency wasn't really the same.
3866MHz: 19 = 9.83ns, 21 = 10.86ns
2133MHz: 11 = 10.31ns, 15 = 14.06ns

So the latency of 2133MHz CL11 is actually about the same as 3866MHz CL19.
The exception is the command rate.
Ah yes, TF2 doesn't disappoint. Not only do RAM timings have way more of an impact than the should on the low end, the one timing that usually matters the least has the most impact on the high end.

#309
The latency wasn't really the same.
3866MHz: 19 = 9.83ns, 21 = 10.86ns
2133MHz: 11 = 10.31ns, 15 = 14.06ns

So the latency of 2133MHz CL11 is actually about the same as 3866MHz CL19.
The exception is the command rate.
Ah yes, TF2 doesn't disappoint. Not only do RAM timings have way more of an impact than the should on the low end, the one timing that usually matters the least has the most impact on the high end.
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#312
-1 Frags +
2639 frames 32.817 seconds 80.41 fps (12.44 ms/f) 5.479 fps variability

CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ Stock 3.5Ghz
Graphics Card: MSI Radeon R7 250 (GPU @1150Mhz, Memory @ 1000 Mhz)

Driver version: 15.30.1025.1001
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: None
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: All high settings on an IMO shitty rig, why is this half decent ;-;

[code]2639 frames 32.817 seconds 80.41 fps (12.44 ms/f) 5.479 fps variability
[/code]
CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ Stock 3.5Ghz
Graphics Card: MSI Radeon R7 250 (GPU @1150Mhz, Memory @ 1000 Mhz)

Driver version: 15.30.1025.1001
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: None
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: All high settings on an IMO shitty rig, why is this half decent ;-;
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#313
1 Frags +
2639 frames 19.174 seconds 137.63 fps ( 7.27 ms/f) 11.027 fps variability

People still doing this? Okay, here goes.

CPU and overclock: i7-5820K @ 4.5GHz
Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 760 x2 SLI

Driver version: 364.51
dxlevel: 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Windowed (Noborder)
FPS configs enabled: Max everything [From in the menu]
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled

[code]2639 frames 19.174 seconds 137.63 fps ( 7.27 ms/f) 11.027 fps variability[/code]

People still doing this? Okay, here goes.

CPU and overclock: i7-5820K @ 4.5GHz
Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 760 x2 SLI

Driver version: 364.51
dxlevel: 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Windowed (Noborder)
FPS configs enabled: Max everything [From in the menu]
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
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#314
-1 Frags +
ConsoleWarsGamer
2639 frames 32.817 seconds 80.41 fps (12.44 ms/f) 5.479 fps variability
CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ Stock 3.5Ghz
Graphics Card: MSI Radeon R7 250 (GPU @1150Mhz, Memory @ 1000 Mhz)

Driver version: 15.30.1025.1001
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: None
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: All high settings on an IMO shitty rig, why is this half decent ;-;

Could you overclock the CPU to 4GHz+ and then set dxlevel to 95 and redo the benchmark, I am quite interested to know the result.

[quote=ConsoleWarsGamer][code]2639 frames 32.817 seconds 80.41 fps (12.44 ms/f) 5.479 fps variability
[/code]
CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ Stock 3.5Ghz
Graphics Card: MSI Radeon R7 250 (GPU @1150Mhz, Memory @ 1000 Mhz)

Driver version: 15.30.1025.1001
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: None
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: All high settings on an IMO shitty rig, why is this half decent ;-;[/quote]
Could you overclock the CPU to 4GHz+ and then set dxlevel to 95 and redo the benchmark, I am quite interested to know the result.
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#315
-2 Frags +
2639 frames 22.838 seconds 115.55 fps ( 8.65 ms/f) 7.103 fps variability

CPU: AMD FX-8350 @ 4.2GHz
GPU: Gigabyte 650 2GB OC @ core:1245MHz / mem:2980MHz

Driver: 361.43
dxlevel: 9.5
Resolution: 2560x1440
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: comanglia
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: mat_picmip 1, mat_specular 1

[quote]2639 frames 22.838 seconds 115.55 fps ( 8.65 ms/f) 7.103 fps variability[/quote]
CPU: AMD FX-8350 @ 4.2GHz
GPU: Gigabyte 650 2GB OC @ core:1245MHz / mem:2980MHz

Driver: 361.43
dxlevel: 9.5
Resolution: 2560x1440
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: comanglia
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: mat_picmip 1, mat_specular 1
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#316
0 Frags +

2639 frames 74.172 seconds 35.58 fps (28.11 ms/f) 2.694 fps variability

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4200U CPU @ 1.60GHz 2.30 GHz
Graphic Card: ACPI x64

Driver: 6.3.9600.16384
dxlevel 9
Resolution 1600x900
Windowed or fullscreen: Full
FPS configs enabled: Raphsody's performance config
Shadows enabled/disabled: Disabled

2639 frames 74.172 seconds 35.58 fps (28.11 ms/f) 2.694 fps variability

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4200U CPU @ 1.60GHz 2.30 GHz
Graphic Card: ACPI x64

Driver: 6.3.9600.16384
dxlevel 9
Resolution 1600x900
Windowed or fullscreen: Full
FPS configs enabled: Raphsody's performance config
Shadows enabled/disabled: Disabled
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#317
-1 Frags +
hurrykannConsoleWarsGamer
2639 frames 32.817 seconds 80.41 fps (12.44 ms/f) 5.479 fps variability
CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ Stock 3.5Ghz
Graphics Card: MSI Radeon R7 250 (GPU @1150Mhz, Memory @ 1000 Mhz)

Driver version: 15.30.1025.1001
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: None
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: All high settings on an IMO shitty rig, why is this half decent ;-;
Could you overclock the CPU to 4GHz+ and then set dxlevel to 95 and redo the benchmark, I am quite interested to know the result.

Using the stock cooler, can't get a stable OC over like 3.7Ghz

[quote=hurrykann][quote=ConsoleWarsGamer][code]2639 frames 32.817 seconds 80.41 fps (12.44 ms/f) 5.479 fps variability
[/code]
CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ Stock 3.5Ghz
Graphics Card: MSI Radeon R7 250 (GPU @1150Mhz, Memory @ 1000 Mhz)

Driver version: 15.30.1025.1001
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: None
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Additional notes: All high settings on an IMO shitty rig, why is this half decent ;-;[/quote]
Could you overclock the CPU to 4GHz+ and then set dxlevel to 95 and redo the benchmark, I am quite interested to know the result.[/quote] Using the stock cooler, can't get a stable OC over like 3.7Ghz
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#318
-1 Frags +

2639 frames 15.680 seconds 168.30 fps ( 5.94 ms/f) 10.289 fps variability

CPU and overclock:Intel Xeon E5-2670 v3 ES 12 core @ 2.6ghz HT disabled
Graphics Card: Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition (GPU @1200Mhz, Memory @1500 Mhz)
Ram: 16gb DDR4 2400
OS: Windows 10 Enterprise 64 bit
Driver version: Crimson 16.3.1
dxlevel: 98
Resolution: 1920x1080 144hz
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia' frames config
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

2639 frames 15.680 seconds 168.30 fps ( 5.94 ms/f) 10.289 fps variability

CPU and overclock:Intel Xeon E5-2670 v3 ES 12 core @ 2.6ghz HT disabled
Graphics Card: Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition (GPU @1200Mhz, Memory @1500 Mhz)
Ram: 16gb DDR4 2400
OS: Windows 10 Enterprise 64 bit
Driver version: Crimson 16.3.1
dxlevel: 98
Resolution: 1920x1080 144hz
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia' frames config
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled
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#319
0 Frags +

I still have no idea what to do with the benchmark thing, I click on it opens sfm help please

I still have no idea what to do with the benchmark thing, I click on it opens sfm help please
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#320
2 Frags +

type in console 'timedemo benchmark1'

type in console 'timedemo benchmark1'
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#321
-2 Frags +

Can anyone shed some light on the CAS latency situation?
Is it being weird in as much as CAS Latency > Access time/Actual latency?
Am I going to lose potential performance at 3200 CL14? My access time should be nutty (8.75ns).

(On a side note, the demo tracks the engineer now when I sware it used to be a static camera)

Can anyone shed some light on the CAS latency situation?
Is it being weird in as much as CAS Latency > Access time/Actual latency?
Am I going to lose potential performance at 3200 CL14? My access time should be nutty (8.75ns).

(On a side note, the demo tracks the engineer now when I sware it used to be a static camera)
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#322
-2 Frags +

2639 frames 19.552 seconds 134.97 fps ( 7.41 ms/f) 9.570 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-4790k @ 4.4ghz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
RAM: 16GB DDR3
OS: Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 98
Res: 1920x1080 fullscreen
Fullscreen
FPS configs: No ragdolls or gibs, every graphical setting on max
Shadows enabled

Additional notes: -high in launch options

2639 frames 19.552 seconds 134.97 fps ( 7.41 ms/f) 9.570 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-4790k @ 4.4ghz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
RAM: 16GB DDR3
OS: Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 98
Res: 1920x1080 fullscreen
Fullscreen
FPS configs: No ragdolls or gibs, every graphical setting on max
Shadows enabled

Additional notes: -high in launch options
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#323
0 Frags +

#321
I don't think I understand the question, what do you mean with "CAS Latency > Access time/Actual latency"?

Yes, the demo used to be static, thank Valve for breaking demos.

#321
I don't think I understand the question, what do you mean with "CAS Latency > Access time/Actual latency"?

Yes, the demo used to be static, thank Valve for breaking demos.
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#324
1 Frags +
2639 frames 84.678 seconds 31.16 fps (32.09 ms/f) 6.301 fps variability

CPU: 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6770M 512 MB
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opengl
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: windowed
FPS configs enabled: none
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled

Models: Medium
Textures: Medium
Shaders: Low
Shadows: Low

is this good or bad?

[code]2639 frames 84.678 seconds 31.16 fps (32.09 ms/f) 6.301 fps variability[/code]

CPU: 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6770M 512 MB
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opengl
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: windowed
FPS configs enabled: none
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled

Models: Medium
Textures: Medium
Shaders: Low
Shadows: Low

is this good or bad?
325
#325
2 Frags +

2639 frames 8.348 seconds 316.11 fps ( 3.16 ms/f) 21.147 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k @ 4.8ghz
GPU: R9 390
RAM: DDR4 CL14 3200mhz 16GB
OS: Windows 10
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 81
Res: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs: Comanglia, few texture setting changes, surfaceproperties

I doubt anyone will believe this tbh, I barely do. I defy anyone to beat this score without mods/cheats :^)

2639 frames 8.348 seconds 316.11 fps ( 3.16 ms/f) 21.147 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k @ 4.8ghz
GPU: R9 390
RAM: DDR4 CL14 3200mhz 16GB
OS: Windows 10
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 81
Res: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs: Comanglia, few texture setting changes, surfaceproperties

I doubt anyone will believe this tbh, I barely do. I defy anyone to beat this score without mods/cheats :^)
326
#326
-2 Frags +
Vantavimeow2639 frames 8.348 seconds 316.11 fps ( 3.16 ms/f) 21.147 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k @ 4.8ghz
GPU: R9 390
RAM: DDR4 CL14 3200mhz 16GB
OS: Windows 10
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 81
Res: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs: Comanglia, few texture setting changes, surfaceproperties

I doubt anyone will believe this tbh, I barely do. I defy anyone to beat this score without mods/cheats :^)

Jesus, I take it that OC is on liquid right?

[quote=Vantavimeow]2639 frames 8.348 seconds 316.11 fps ( 3.16 ms/f) 21.147 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k @ 4.8ghz
GPU: R9 390
RAM: DDR4 CL14 3200mhz 16GB
OS: Windows 10
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 81
Res: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs: Comanglia, few texture setting changes, surfaceproperties

I doubt anyone will believe this tbh, I barely do. I defy anyone to beat this score without mods/cheats :^)[/quote]

Jesus, I take it that OC is on liquid right?
327
#327
0 Frags +
_KermitVantavimeow2639 frames 8.348 seconds 316.11 fps ( 3.16 ms/f) 21.147 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k @ 4.8ghz
GPU: R9 390
RAM: DDR4 CL14 3200mhz 16GB
OS: Windows 10
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 81
Res: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs: Comanglia, few texture setting changes, surfaceproperties

I doubt anyone will believe this tbh, I barely do. I defy anyone to beat this score without mods/cheats :^)

Jesus, I take it that OC is on liquid right?

Nope, Cryorig R1 Universal Air Cooler, 70c on x264 benchmark. AIOs are generally about the same as high end air cooling but noisier and with more inherent risks and No I haven't de-lided my CPU either incase you're wondering.

[quote=_Kermit][quote=Vantavimeow]2639 frames 8.348 seconds 316.11 fps ( 3.16 ms/f) 21.147 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700k @ 4.8ghz
GPU: R9 390
RAM: DDR4 CL14 3200mhz 16GB
OS: Windows 10
Driver version: 359.00
Dxlevel: 81
Res: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs: Comanglia, few texture setting changes, surfaceproperties

I doubt anyone will believe this tbh, I barely do. I defy anyone to beat this score without mods/cheats :^)[/quote]

Jesus, I take it that OC is on liquid right?[/quote]

Nope, Cryorig R1 Universal Air Cooler, 70c on x264 benchmark. AIOs are generally about the same as high end air cooling but noisier and with more inherent risks and No I haven't de-lided my CPU either incase you're wondering.
328
#328
-2 Frags +

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329
#329
-4 Frags +

2639 frames 7.924 seconds 333.04 fps ( 3.00 ms/f) 24.029 fps variability
+ No Hats

You won't get 4.9 without a dangerously high/unsustainable voltage and/or a top 3% chip.

-threads 8 does nothing

one must presume you have something else in your favour because my ram (CL13) and OC (4.8Ghz) are somewhat faster.

Atleast someone else with a 6700k is here now lol

2639 frames 7.638 seconds 345.52 fps ( 2.89 ms/f) 22.865 fps variability

turns out NZXT CAM was stealing FPS, overclocked ram to 3333mhz

2639 frames 7.546 seconds 349.72 fps ( 2.86 ms/f) 22.958 fps variability

+4 fps closing discord/skype

2639 frames 7.924 seconds 333.04 fps ( 3.00 ms/f) 24.029 fps variability
+ No Hats

You won't get 4.9 without a dangerously high/unsustainable voltage and/or a top 3% chip.

-threads 8 does nothing

one must presume you have something else in your favour because my ram (CL13) and OC (4.8Ghz) are somewhat faster.

Atleast someone else with a 6700k is here now lol

2639 frames 7.638 seconds 345.52 fps ( 2.89 ms/f) 22.865 fps variability

turns out NZXT CAM was stealing FPS, overclocked ram to 3333mhz

2639 frames 7.546 seconds 349.72 fps ( 2.86 ms/f) 22.958 fps variability

+4 fps closing discord/skype
330
#330
0 Frags +

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