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451
#451
6 Frags +
Vouri2639 frames 18.298 seconds 144.22 fps ( 6.93 ms/f) 17.998 fps variabilitydxlevel 98 1280x720 fullscreen mastercoms maxperformance
CPU: AMD 1950X @ 3.4 GHz
GPU: 1080Ti
RAM: 32GB @ 2667MHz
regretting the 1950x since i never do anything with 13 of it's 16 cores lol im dumb. i get like 80fps on midfights, better fps on the computers at lan that had an i5 @ 3.2GHz and a 1050Ti :(

Why the hell would you buy a workstation CPU for games? It is worse than the 1800X at games. Allso spending that much in a Ryzen setup and not getting fast ram? What?

[quote=Vouri][quote]2639 frames 18.298 seconds 144.22 fps ( 6.93 ms/f) 17.998 fps variability
[/quote]
dxlevel 98 1280x720 fullscreen mastercoms maxperformance
CPU: AMD 1950X @ 3.4 GHz
GPU: 1080Ti
RAM: 32GB @ 2667MHz
regretting the 1950x since i never do anything with 13 of it's 16 cores lol im dumb. i get like 80fps on midfights, better fps on the computers at lan that had an i5 @ 3.2GHz and a 1050Ti :([/quote]
Why the hell would you buy a workstation CPU for games? It is worse than the 1800X at games. Allso spending that much in a Ryzen setup and not getting fast ram? What?
452
#452
1 Frags +
ScrewballVouri2639 frames 18.298 seconds 144.22 fps ( 6.93 ms/f) 17.998 fps variabilitydxlevel 98 1280x720 fullscreen mastercoms maxperformance
CPU: AMD 1950X @ 3.4 GHz
GPU: 1080Ti
RAM: 32GB @ 2667MHz
regretting the 1950x since i never do anything with 13 of it's 16 cores lol im dumb. i get like 80fps on midfights, better fps on the computers at lan that had an i5 @ 3.2GHz and a 1050Ti :(
Why the hell would you buy a workstation CPU for games? It is worse than the 1800X at games. Allso spending that much in a Ryzen setup and not getting fast ram? What?

the more threads are always better marketing could have gotten to him

[quote=Screwball][quote=Vouri][quote]2639 frames 18.298 seconds 144.22 fps ( 6.93 ms/f) 17.998 fps variability
[/quote]
dxlevel 98 1280x720 fullscreen mastercoms maxperformance
CPU: AMD 1950X @ 3.4 GHz
GPU: 1080Ti
RAM: 32GB @ 2667MHz
regretting the 1950x since i never do anything with 13 of it's 16 cores lol im dumb. i get like 80fps on midfights, better fps on the computers at lan that had an i5 @ 3.2GHz and a 1050Ti :([/quote]
Why the hell would you buy a workstation CPU for games? It is worse than the 1800X at games. Allso spending that much in a Ryzen setup and not getting fast ram? What?[/quote]
the more threads are always better marketing could have gotten to him
453
#453
4 Frags +

hell yeah brother let me spend 1600$ on my gpu, cpu and ram ALONE to run tf2 in low settings at 720p

hell yeah brother let me spend 1600$ on my gpu, cpu and ram ALONE to run tf2 in low settings at 720p
454
#454
1 Frags +

2639 frames 16.232 seconds 162.58 fps ( 6.15 ms/f) 9.800 fps variability

dxlevel 98, 1920x1080, fullscreen, Chris' dx9frames, 8xaa, 16xaf, mat_picmip -1, mat_phong 0, facial features enabled, shadows disabled, gibs disabled, ragdolls disabled
CPU: AMD R7 1700 @ 4GHz
GPU: GTX 970
RAM: 16GB @ 3200MHz

2639 frames 16.232 seconds 162.58 fps ( 6.15 ms/f) 9.800 fps variability

dxlevel 98, 1920x1080, fullscreen, Chris' dx9frames, 8xaa, 16xaf, mat_picmip -1, mat_phong 0, facial features enabled, shadows disabled, gibs disabled, ragdolls disabled
CPU: AMD R7 1700 @ 4GHz
GPU: GTX 970
RAM: 16GB @ 3200MHz
455
#455
0 Frags +

Resolution: 1920x1080
CPU: i5 6600k @4.2GHz
GPU: GTX 1080
RAM: 16GB @ 3200MHz
Launch Options: -novid -nojoy -nosteamcontroller -noff -softparticlesdefaultoff -reuse
CFG:
mastercomfig-default-preset.vpk v6.5.3
r_rimlight 0
mat_picmip -1
r_rootlod 0
r_staticprop_lod 0
mp_decals 96
r_decals 96
r_shadows 0
mat_phong 1
r_3dsky 1
mat_bumpmap 1
mat_specular 1
mat_filtertextures 1
mat_mipmaptextures 1
r_renderoverlayfragment 1
r_worldlights 1
sprays enabled

dxlevel 81:

2639 frames 12.836 seconds 205.59 fps ( 4.86 ms/f) 12.454 fps variability

dxlevel 90:

2639 frames 13.953 seconds 189.14 fps ( 5.29 ms/f) 10.924 fps variability

dxlevel 95:

2639 frames 14.308 seconds 184.45 fps ( 5.42 ms/f) 11.199 fps variability

dxlevel 98:

2639 frames 14.218 seconds 185.61 fps ( 5.39 ms/f) 11.480 fps variability
Resolution: 1920x1080
CPU: i5 6600k @4.2GHz
GPU: GTX 1080
RAM: 16GB @ 3200MHz
Launch Options: -novid -nojoy -nosteamcontroller -noff -softparticlesdefaultoff -reuse
CFG:
mastercomfig-default-preset.vpk v6.5.3
r_rimlight 0
mat_picmip -1
r_rootlod 0
r_staticprop_lod 0
mp_decals 96
r_decals 96
r_shadows 0
mat_phong 1
r_3dsky 1
mat_bumpmap 1
mat_specular 1
mat_filtertextures 1
mat_mipmaptextures 1
r_renderoverlayfragment 1
r_worldlights 1
sprays enabled

dxlevel 81:
[quote]2639 frames 12.836 seconds 205.59 fps ( 4.86 ms/f) 12.454 fps variability[/quote]
dxlevel 90:
[quote]2639 frames 13.953 seconds 189.14 fps ( 5.29 ms/f) 10.924 fps variability[/quote]
dxlevel 95:
[quote]2639 frames 14.308 seconds 184.45 fps ( 5.42 ms/f) 11.199 fps variability[/quote]
dxlevel 98:
[quote]2639 frames 14.218 seconds 185.61 fps ( 5.39 ms/f) 11.480 fps variability[/quote]
456
#456
1 Frags +
smesihell yeah brother let me spend 1600$ on my gpu, cpu and ram ALONE to run tf2 in low settings at 720p

the resolution in tf2 hardly impacts fps tbh, i got maybe a 2% loss running at 4k vs 1080p when I forced my game into 4k

[quote=smesi]hell yeah brother let me spend 1600$ on my gpu, cpu and ram ALONE to run tf2 in low settings at 720p[/quote]
the resolution in tf2 hardly impacts fps tbh, i got maybe a 2% loss running at 4k vs 1080p when I forced my game into 4k
457
#457
0 Frags +
Karlsmesihell yeah brother let me spend 1600$ on my gpu, cpu and ram ALONE to run tf2 in low settings at 720pthe resolution in tf2 hardly impacts fps tbh, i got maybe a 2% loss running at 4k vs 1080p when I forced my game into 4k

helps a lot if you're gpu limited i think, which you probably won't be on a desktop with a dedicated gpu that was made past 2011 but it's amazing for my laptop and integrated graphics lol

[quote=Karl][quote=smesi]hell yeah brother let me spend 1600$ on my gpu, cpu and ram ALONE to run tf2 in low settings at 720p[/quote]
the resolution in tf2 hardly impacts fps tbh, i got maybe a 2% loss running at 4k vs 1080p when I forced my game into 4k[/quote]

helps a lot if you're gpu limited i think, which you probably won't be on a desktop with a dedicated gpu that was made past 2011 but it's amazing for my laptop and integrated graphics lol
458
#458
5 Frags +

has anyone had any chance of benchmarking tf2 with the new ryzen APUs?
preferably the 2400g

has anyone had any chance of benchmarking tf2 with the new ryzen APUs?
preferably the 2400g
459
#459
2 Frags +
smesihas anyone had any chance of benchmarking tf2 with the new ryzen APUs?
preferably the 2400g

I found a video using the new APU, take what you will from it
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y9syXePR5vA

[quote=smesi]has anyone had any chance of benchmarking tf2 with the new ryzen APUs?
preferably the 2400g[/quote]
I found a video using the new APU, take what you will from it
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y9syXePR5vA
460
#460
2 Frags +

Curiosity struck and I got my hands on a Ryzen 5 2400g

CPU: R5 2400g @ 3.9 GHz
RAM: 16GB @ 3200MHz
Launch Options: -novid -nojoy -nosteamcontroller -noff -softparticlesdefaultoff -reuse
CFG: mastercomfig-midquality-preset.vpk v6.5.8
Tested at different resolutions + dxlevels

1920x1080:

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dx81:
2639 frames 18.153 seconds 145.38 fps ( 6.88 ms/f) 7.460 fps variability

dx90:
2639 frames 19.736 seconds 133.71 fps ( 7.48 ms/f) 7.160 fps variability

dx95:
2639 frames 19.985 seconds 132.05 fps ( 7.57 ms/f) 6.757 fps variability

dx98:
2639 frames 19.930 seconds 132.41 fps ( 7.55 ms/f) 6.589 fps variability

1280x720:

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dx81:
2639 frames 16.721 seconds 157.83 fps ( 6.34 ms/f) 8.445 fps variability

dx90:
2639 frames 18.173 seconds 145.22 fps ( 6.89 ms/f) 8.085 fps variability

dx95:
2639 frames 18.709 seconds 141.05 fps ( 7.09 ms/f) 8.253 fps variability

dx98:
2639 frames 18.579 seconds 142.04 fps ( 7.04 ms/f) 7.507 fps variability

1024x768:

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dx81:
2639 frames 16.133 seconds 163.58 fps ( 6.11 ms/f) 9.003 fps variability

dx90:
2639 frames 17.438 seconds 151.34 fps ( 6.61 ms/f) 8.241 fps variability

dx95:
2639 frames 17.657 seconds 149.46 fps ( 6.69 ms/f) 8.277 fps variability

dx98:
2639 frames 17.642 seconds 149.59 fps ( 6.69 ms/f) 8.405 fps variability
Curiosity struck and I got my hands on a Ryzen 5 2400g

CPU: R5 2400g @ 3.9 GHz
RAM: 16GB @ 3200MHz
Launch Options: -novid -nojoy -nosteamcontroller -noff -softparticlesdefaultoff -reuse
CFG: mastercomfig-midquality-preset.vpk v6.5.8
Tested at different resolutions + dxlevels

1920x1080:

[spoiler]dx81:
2639 frames 18.153 seconds 145.38 fps ( 6.88 ms/f) 7.460 fps variability

dx90:
2639 frames 19.736 seconds 133.71 fps ( 7.48 ms/f) 7.160 fps variability

dx95:
2639 frames 19.985 seconds 132.05 fps ( 7.57 ms/f) 6.757 fps variability

dx98:
2639 frames 19.930 seconds 132.41 fps ( 7.55 ms/f) 6.589 fps variability[/spoiler]

1280x720:

[spoiler]dx81:
2639 frames 16.721 seconds 157.83 fps ( 6.34 ms/f) 8.445 fps variability

dx90:
2639 frames 18.173 seconds 145.22 fps ( 6.89 ms/f) 8.085 fps variability

dx95:
2639 frames 18.709 seconds 141.05 fps ( 7.09 ms/f) 8.253 fps variability

dx98:
2639 frames 18.579 seconds 142.04 fps ( 7.04 ms/f) 7.507 fps variability[/spoiler]

1024x768:

[spoiler]dx81:
2639 frames 16.133 seconds 163.58 fps ( 6.11 ms/f) 9.003 fps variability

dx90:
2639 frames 17.438 seconds 151.34 fps ( 6.61 ms/f) 8.241 fps variability

dx95:
2639 frames 17.657 seconds 149.46 fps ( 6.69 ms/f) 8.277 fps variability

dx98:
2639 frames 17.642 seconds 149.59 fps ( 6.69 ms/f) 8.405 fps variability[/spoiler]
461
#461
0 Frags +
2639 frames 14.418 seconds 183.03 fps ( 5.46 ms/f) 14.849 fps variability

CPU: i7 4790K @ 4.0 GHz
Graphics Card: Radeon R9 390

Driver version: 17.12.1
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 2560x1440
Full-screen or windowed: Windowed
FPS configs enabled: mastercomfig maxperformance
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: Two monitors

[code]2639 frames 14.418 seconds 183.03 fps ( 5.46 ms/f) 14.849 fps variability[/code]

CPU: i7 4790K @ 4.0 GHz
Graphics Card: Radeon R9 390

Driver version: 17.12.1
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 2560x1440
Full-screen or windowed: Windowed
FPS configs enabled: mastercomfig maxperformance
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: Two monitors
462
#462
7 Frags +

anyone got the ryzen2000 series? and willing to share their benchmarks?

anyone got the ryzen2000 series? and willing to share their benchmarks?
463
#463
2 Frags +
murkscribeanyone got the ryzen2000 series? and willing to share their benchmarks?

this and coffee lake i3/i5 benchmarks would be appreciated

[quote=murkscribe]anyone got the ryzen2000 series? and willing to share their benchmarks?[/quote]
this and coffee lake i3/i5 benchmarks would be appreciated
464
#464
0 Frags +
2639 frames 25.292 seconds 104.34 fps ( 9.58 ms/f) 6.379 fps variability

CPU and overclock: i5 7300HQ 2.50 GHz (default)
Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 1050 Laptop

Driver version: 391.35
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: windowed, noborder
FPS configs enabled: Chris' highframes
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled

[code]2639 frames 25.292 seconds 104.34 fps ( 9.58 ms/f) 6.379 fps variability
[/code]

CPU and overclock: i5 7300HQ 2.50 GHz (default)
Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 1050 Laptop

Driver version: 391.35
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: windowed, noborder
FPS configs enabled: Chris' highframes
Shadows enabled/disabled: enabled
465
#465
0 Frags +
murkscribeanyone got the ryzen2000 series? and willing to share their benchmarks?

Based on LTT's benchmark around 18% improvement over 1st gen in CS:GO

https://youtu.be/petB-pNCudc?t=3m26s

[quote=murkscribe]anyone got the ryzen2000 series? and willing to share their benchmarks?[/quote]

Based on LTT's benchmark around 18% improvement over 1st gen in CS:GO

https://youtu.be/petB-pNCudc?t=3m26s
466
#466
2 Frags +

SMT Off
2639 frames 15.444 seconds 170.87 fps ( 5.85 ms/f) 9.626 fps variability
SMT On
2639 frames 15.974 seconds 165.21 fps ( 6.05 ms/f) 9.980 fps variability

mastercomfig comp preset
Ryzen 7 1700 @ 4ghz
Windows 10 Pro x64
16gb DDR4 2933
GTX 970

SMT Off
2639 frames 15.444 seconds 170.87 fps ( 5.85 ms/f) 9.626 fps variability
SMT On
2639 frames 15.974 seconds 165.21 fps ( 6.05 ms/f) 9.980 fps variability

mastercomfig comp preset
Ryzen 7 1700 @ 4ghz
Windows 10 Pro x64
16gb DDR4 2933
GTX 970
467
#467
0 Frags +

i5 7600k @4.6 ghz
gtx 1080
8gb ddr4 2133mhz
tf2 on ssd
dxlevel 81, comanglia coms, no hats mod

benchmark1
2639 frames 10.515 seconds 250.98 fps ( 3.98 ms/f) 17.315 fps variability
benchmark_test (jungle inferno)
4812 frames 17.709 seconds 271.73 fps ( 3.68 ms/f) 36.571 fps variability

the game looks worse than cs 1.6 but i still cant break 300 fps, fuck tf2, honestly

i5 7600k @4.6 ghz
gtx 1080
8gb ddr4 2133mhz
tf2 on ssd
dxlevel 81, comanglia coms, no hats mod

benchmark1
2639 frames 10.515 seconds 250.98 fps ( 3.98 ms/f) 17.315 fps variability
benchmark_test (jungle inferno)
4812 frames 17.709 seconds 271.73 fps ( 3.68 ms/f) 36.571 fps variability

the game looks worse than cs 1.6 but i still cant break 300 fps, fuck tf2, honestly
468
#468
0 Frags +

R9 290
E8500 Dual core
4gb ddr4 in Quad channel mode

Comanglias Config, all on lowest, no shadows, No AA, etc:
2639 Frames, 33.896 Seconds, 77.86 FPS, 10.42 FPS variability.

Same except with: Textures, Model details and Shader details on High and on DX81:
2639 Frames, 31.534 Seconds, 83.69 FPS, 7.602 FPS variability.

^High end graphics cards should have higher graphical settings enabled if you have a weak CPU; to draw processes away from it and onto the GPU. Old Cpu’s should also use lower DX levels. Overall this reduced variability by ~3fps and increased average by ~5.

R9 290
E8500 Dual core
4gb ddr4 in Quad channel mode

Comanglias Config, all on lowest, no shadows, No AA, etc:
2639 Frames, 33.896 Seconds, 77.86 FPS, 10.42 FPS variability.

Same except with: Textures, Model details and Shader details on High and on DX81:
2639 Frames, 31.534 Seconds, 83.69 FPS, 7.602 FPS variability.

^High end graphics cards should have higher graphical settings enabled if you have a weak CPU; to draw processes away from it and onto the GPU. Old Cpu’s should also use lower DX levels. Overall this reduced variability by ~3fps and increased average by ~5.
469
#469
3 Frags +

Why such an old CPU with a modern GPU?

Why such an old CPU with a modern GPU?
470
#470
0 Frags +
Kierran_R9 290
E8500 Dual core
4gb ddr4 in Quad channel mode

Comanglias Config, all on lowest, no shadows, No AA, etc:
2639 Frames, 33.896 Seconds, 77.86 FPS, 10.42 FPS variability.

Same except with: Textures, Model details and Shader details on High and on DX81:
2639 Frames, 31.534 Seconds, 83.69 FPS, 7.602 FPS variability.

^High end graphics cards should have higher graphical settings enabled if you have a weak CPU; to draw processes away from it and onto the GPU. Old Cpu’s should also use lower DX levels. Overall this reduced variability by ~3fps and increased average by ~5.

Did you overclock that E8500? It's such a good overclocker, it can get 5GHz on 1,55V vcore.
Btw LGA775 CPUs all use only dual channel memory, even if there are 4 RAM slots.

[quote=Kierran_]R9 290
E8500 Dual core
4gb ddr4 in Quad channel mode

Comanglias Config, all on lowest, no shadows, No AA, etc:
2639 Frames, 33.896 Seconds, 77.86 FPS, 10.42 FPS variability.

Same except with: Textures, Model details and Shader details on High and on DX81:
2639 Frames, 31.534 Seconds, 83.69 FPS, 7.602 FPS variability.

^High end graphics cards should have higher graphical settings enabled if you have a weak CPU; to draw processes away from it and onto the GPU. Old Cpu’s should also use lower DX levels. Overall this reduced variability by ~3fps and increased average by ~5.[/quote]

Did you overclock that E8500? It's such a good overclocker, it can get 5GHz on 1,55V vcore.
Btw LGA775 CPUs all use only dual channel memory, even if there are 4 RAM slots.
471
#471
0 Frags +

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472
#472
1 Frags +

ok, figured out that i actually didnt remove the tape that was on the heatsink which caused my cpu to nearly catch on fire, its sorted now but to my defense the tape was almost invisible and had no fucking warning sign on it
so now i can get this

i5 7600k @5 ghz
gtx 1080
8gb ddr4 2133mhz
tf2 on ssd

dxlevel 98, mastercomfig second to lowest quality cfg, no hats mod with this in my custom.cfg:

r_worldlights 4
mat_bumpmap 1
mat_filtertextures 1
mat_specular 1
cl_ragdoll_fade_time 15
cl_ragdoll_forcefade 0
cl_ragdoll_physics_enable 1
g_ragdoll_fadespeed 600
g_ragdoll_lvfadespeed 100
ragdoll_sleepaftertime "5.0f"
cl_phys_props_enable 1
cl_phys_props_max 128
props_break_max_pieces -1
r_propsmaxdist 1000
violence_agibs 1
violence_hgibs 1
mat_antialias 8
mat_picmip -1
mat_forceaniso 16
(enabled ragdolls/gibs and some other shit)

benchmark jungle inferno
4812 frames 18.649 seconds 258.03 fps ( 3.88 ms/f) 40.794 fps variability

should i be happy with this result?

ok, figured out that i actually didnt remove the tape that was on the heatsink which caused my cpu to nearly catch on fire, its sorted now but to my defense the tape was almost invisible and had no fucking warning sign on it
so now i can get this

i5 7600k @5 ghz
gtx 1080
8gb ddr4 2133mhz
tf2 on ssd

dxlevel 98, mastercomfig second to lowest quality cfg, no hats mod with this in my custom.cfg:

r_worldlights 4
mat_bumpmap 1
mat_filtertextures 1
mat_specular 1
cl_ragdoll_fade_time 15
cl_ragdoll_forcefade 0
cl_ragdoll_physics_enable 1
g_ragdoll_fadespeed 600
g_ragdoll_lvfadespeed 100
ragdoll_sleepaftertime "5.0f"
cl_phys_props_enable 1
cl_phys_props_max 128
props_break_max_pieces -1
r_propsmaxdist 1000
violence_agibs 1
violence_hgibs 1
mat_antialias 8
mat_picmip -1
mat_forceaniso 16
(enabled ragdolls/gibs and some other shit)

benchmark jungle inferno
4812 frames 18.649 seconds 258.03 fps ( 3.88 ms/f) 40.794 fps variability

should i be happy with this result?
473
#473
0 Frags +
MILKy_...
should i be happy with this result?

yes.

[quote=MILKy_]...
should i be happy with this result?
[/quote]
yes.
474
#474
1 Frags +
MILKy_
should i be happy with this result?

bretty good :DDD
OC your ram to get a few extra %

[quote=MILKy_]

should i be happy with this result?[/quote]
bretty good :DDD
OC your ram to get a few extra %
475
#475
3 Frags +

anyone got results from a ryzen 3 2200g?

anyone got results from a ryzen 3 2200g?
476
#476
0 Frags +

I tried again that first benchmark with some different settings on overclock, and results were astonishing.

GPU: ASUS 9600GT @ stock (with PCI-E 120)
MOBO: Asus P5K (vdroop/vdrop mod and AHCI bios)
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 @ 4.233GHz (498 FSB*8,5 Multi) 1.45V vcore (1.440V idle 1.456V load)
RAM: Same 4x1gb ddr2 (7-7-7-24-8-80-10-8-8) 995mhz

This time i had mat_queue_mode 2, snd_async_mode 1 and all highest settings (AA 16xQ CSAA Very high models mat_dxlevel 98)

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2639 frames 29.737 seconds 88.75 fps (11.27 ms/f) 7.277 fps variability

I got 30 fps more than my previous attempt.
If you got an LGA 775 system, I highly recommend you to overclock your CPU with FSB and your GPU via MSI afterburner AND by PCI-E frequency (never go above 120)

I tried again that first benchmark with some different settings on overclock, and results were astonishing.

GPU: ASUS 9600GT @ stock (with PCI-E 120)
MOBO: Asus P5K (vdroop/vdrop mod and AHCI bios)
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 @ 4.233GHz (498 FSB*8,5 Multi) 1.45V vcore (1.440V idle 1.456V load)
RAM: Same 4x1gb ddr2 (7-7-7-24-8-80-10-8-8) 995mhz

This time i had mat_queue_mode 2, snd_async_mode 1 and all highest settings (AA 16xQ CSAA Very high models mat_dxlevel 98)
[spoiler]2639 frames 29.737 seconds 88.75 fps (11.27 ms/f) 7.277 fps variability[/spoiler]

I got 30 fps more than my previous attempt.
If you got an LGA 775 system, I highly recommend you to overclock your CPU with FSB and your GPU via MSI afterburner AND by PCI-E frequency (never go above 120)
477
#477
0 Frags +

comanglia cfg dx81 nohats
GPU: GTX1060 3gb
CPU: i5 6500 @ 3.2GHz (3.6 speedstep?)
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16gb @ 2166mhz
MOBO: ASUS Z170-A

1920*1080
2639 frames 14.424 seconds 182.96 fps ( 5.47 ms/f) 15.187 fps variability

640*480
2639 frames 13.878 seconds 190.15 fps ( 5.26 ms/f) 16.189 fps variability

Is this underperforming? DX9 makes me take a huge hit (like 25fps).
There's a problem with my mobo that stops me using 3200MHz XMP on my RAM (bluescreens,USB & sound malfunction) but I'd like to see if it would help somehow.
Didn't expect resolution to affect my FPS with a 1060 though.

edit: mat_queue_mode doesn't affect my FPS

comanglia cfg dx81 nohats
GPU: GTX1060 3gb
CPU: i5 6500 @ 3.2GHz (3.6 speedstep?)
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16gb @ 2166mhz
MOBO: ASUS Z170-A

1920*1080
2639 frames 14.424 seconds 182.96 fps ( 5.47 ms/f) 15.187 fps variability

640*480
2639 frames 13.878 seconds 190.15 fps ( 5.26 ms/f) 16.189 fps variability

Is this underperforming? DX9 makes me take a huge hit (like 25fps).
There's a problem with my mobo that stops me using 3200MHz XMP on my RAM (bluescreens,USB & sound malfunction) but I'd like to see if it would help somehow.
Didn't expect resolution to affect my FPS with a 1060 though.

edit: mat_queue_mode doesn't affect my FPS
478
#478
0 Frags +
snwdrmIs this underperforming?

no, it's not. perfectly on par
tf2 is super based on your cpu clock rate

[quote=snwdrm]Is this underperforming?[/quote]
no, it's not. perfectly on par
tf2 is super based on your cpu clock rate
479
#479
0 Frags +
snwdrmCPU: i5 6500 @ 3.2GHz (3.6 speedstep?)
MOBO: ASUS Z170-A

Have you tried overclocking by base clock?
There are BIOSes made for that, thanks for some previous bios with PCI-E and SATA frequencies locked to 100.
I suggest a lot this thing, with that CPU you can easily hit nearly 5 GHz.

[quote=snwdrm]CPU: i5 6500 @ 3.2GHz (3.6 speedstep?)
MOBO: ASUS Z170-A[/quote]
Have you tried overclocking by base clock?
There are BIOSes made for that, thanks for some previous bios with PCI-E and SATA frequencies locked to 100.
I suggest a lot this thing, with that CPU you can easily hit nearly 5 GHz.
480
#480
4 Frags +
Snorry_with that CPU you can easily hit nearly 5 GHz.

Hahaha, no.

And no offense, but that guy's got problems getting an XMP profile to work, what makes you think an attempt flashing to an older BIOS won't just result in a bricked mobo?

Glhf running an old BIOS when Spectre is a thing.

[quote=Snorry_]with that CPU you can easily hit nearly 5 GHz.[/quote]
Hahaha, no.

And no offense, but that guy's got problems getting an XMP profile to work, what makes you think an attempt flashing to an older BIOS won't just result in a bricked mobo?

Glhf running an old BIOS when Spectre is a thing.
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