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#541
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Oh hello again, i've upgraded my gpu/ram combo for 8GB ddr2 f2-6400cl5-*sumthingidr* and a 560ti overclocked to 980 core/ 2300 memory @1V vcore.

Same settings (highest, no config, r_lod -1, no vsync or blur) on Windows 7 Ice Extreme.
CPU: Intel core 2 quad Q9550 @4,2GHz (494 FSB * 8,5 multi) @1,45vcore bios (1,440 fixed)
MOBO: ASUS P5K Vanilla (ouchie my mobo is really troubling me out with past 494 FSB, I wish I could do 500 FSB)
RAM: 4*2GB G.Skill FC-6400CL5S-2GBPQ 5-5-5-18 800mhz @1,9V oc'd to 989mhz 5-6-5-10-50 @ 2,05V
GPU: MSI 560ti Twin Frozr II/OC @ oc'd to even higher stock oc to 980/2300 @1V

2639 frames 26.837 seconds 98.33 fps (10.17 ms/f) 5.349 fps variability

I don't think I can achieve even higher frames w/o overclocking or not changing my current config.

Oh hello again, i've upgraded my gpu/ram combo for 8GB ddr2 f2-6400cl5-*sumthingidr* and a 560ti overclocked to 980 core/ 2300 memory @1V vcore.

Same settings (highest, no config, r_lod -1, no vsync or blur) on Windows 7 Ice Extreme.
CPU: Intel core 2 quad Q9550 @4,2GHz (494 FSB * 8,5 multi) @1,45vcore bios (1,440 fixed)
MOBO: ASUS P5K Vanilla (ouchie my mobo is really troubling me out with past 494 FSB, I wish I could do 500 FSB)
RAM: 4*2GB G.Skill FC-6400CL5S-2GBPQ 5-5-5-18 800mhz @1,9V oc'd to 989mhz 5-6-5-10-50 @ 2,05V
GPU: MSI 560ti Twin Frozr II/OC @ oc'd to even higher stock oc to 980/2300 @1V
[quote]2639 frames 26.837 seconds 98.33 fps (10.17 ms/f) 5.349 fps variability[/quote]
I don't think I can achieve even higher frames w/o overclocking or not changing my current config.
542
#542
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After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly you should try tweaking RAM as well as CPU clock speed if you want improved fps.

Before I had no access, I had 1600Mhz DDR3 at 11-11-11-28. All i did was bump up voltage from 1.35 to 1.5, increased frequency to 1866MHz and increased tREFI to the max. Wasn't able to get 2133 working with my limited knowledge though unfortunately no matter how much i loosened the primary and secondary timings.

CPU: Intel Core i7 5700HQ @ 3.6GHz (HT on) core affinities 2-7
RAM: 16GB DDR3 11-11-11-28 @1.5V and 1866MHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 2GB stock with 417.35 drivers
CFG: Mastercomfig low v6.10 @ DXLEVEL 81
Res: 1024x768, Fullscreen

3.6GHz

2639 frames 12.719 seconds 207.48 fps ( 4.82 ms/f) 15.180 fps variability

As a comparison before at 3.7GHz

2639 frames 14.052 seconds 187.80 fps ( 5.32 ms/f) 12.717 fps variability

Launch options:
-novid -noipx -threads 4 -nod3dex -w 1024 -h 768 -softparticlesdefaultoff

Windows 10 1809 x64 Home
No fullscreen optimizations
One single display

I wasn't seeing 100% CPU utilization on any active cores relating to TF2 before. Now i see much closer to 100%, which i speculate is due to NVIDIA and their copy system to the system RAM (optimus bleh). I say this because before I was getting lower FPS the higher resolution I went. Before I was getting about 21GB/s in memory tests at 80ns. Now I can get 26GB/s at 69ns. May be i'm wrong and these are expected gains from RAM tuning idk.

After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly you should try tweaking RAM as well as CPU clock speed if you want improved fps.

Before I had no access, I had 1600Mhz DDR3 at 11-11-11-28. All i did was bump up voltage from 1.35 to 1.5, increased frequency to 1866MHz and increased tREFI to the max. Wasn't able to get 2133 working with my limited knowledge though unfortunately no matter how much i loosened the primary and secondary timings.

CPU: Intel Core i7 5700HQ @ 3.6GHz (HT on) core affinities 2-7
RAM: 16GB DDR3 11-11-11-28 @1.5V and 1866MHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 2GB stock with 417.35 drivers
CFG: Mastercomfig low v6.10 @ DXLEVEL 81
Res: 1024x768, Fullscreen

3.6GHz
[quote=2639 frames 12.719 seconds 207.48 fps ( 4.82 ms/f) 15.180 fps variability][/quote]

As a comparison before at 3.7GHz
[quote=2639 frames 14.052 seconds 187.80 fps ( 5.32 ms/f) 12.717 fps variability][/quote]

Launch options:
-novid -noipx -threads 4 -nod3dex -w 1024 -h 768 -softparticlesdefaultoff

Windows 10 1809 x64 Home
No fullscreen optimizations
One single display

I wasn't seeing 100% CPU utilization on any active cores relating to TF2 before. Now i see much closer to 100%, which i speculate is due to NVIDIA and their copy system to the system RAM (optimus bleh). I say this because before I was getting lower FPS the higher resolution I went. Before I was getting about 21GB/s in memory tests at 80ns. Now I can get 26GB/s at 69ns. May be i'm wrong and these are expected gains from RAM tuning idk.
543
#543
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More or less expected in TF2.
You should do it properly though and use a bit lower timings as well. TF2 cares about those too.
Also tREFI is not a performance setting. Do not mess with it unless you're actually doing proper long tests afterwards to verify that you're not losing data.

More or less expected in TF2.
You should do it properly though and use a bit lower timings as well. TF2 cares about those too.
Also tREFI is not a performance setting. Do not mess with it unless you're actually doing proper long tests afterwards to verify that you're not losing data.
544
#544
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FakeAfter a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly you should try tweaking RAM as well as CPU clock speed if you want improved fps.

Before I had no access, I had 1600Mhz DDR3 at 11-11-11-28. All i did was bump up voltage from 1.35 to 1.5, increased frequency to 1866MHz and increased tREFI to the max. Wasn't able to get 2133 working with my limited knowledge though unfortunately no matter how much i loosened the primary and secondary timings.

CPU: Intel Core i7 5700HQ @ 3.6GHz (HT on) core affinities 2-7
RAM: 16GB DDR3 11-11-11-28 @1.5V and 1866MHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 2GB stock with 417.35 drivers
CFG: Mastercomfig low v6.10 @ DXLEVEL 81
Res: 1024x768, Fullscreen

3.6GHz2639 frames 12.719 seconds 207.48 fps ( 4.82 ms/f) 15.180 fps variability
As a comparison before at 3.7GHz2639 frames 14.052 seconds 187.80 fps ( 5.32 ms/f) 12.717 fps variability
Launch options:
-novid -noipx -threads 4 -nod3dex -w 1024 -h 768 -softparticlesdefaultoff

Windows 10 1809 x64 Home
No fullscreen optimizations
One single display

I wasn't seeing 100% CPU utilization on any active cores relating to TF2 before. Now i see much closer to 100%, which i speculate is due to NVIDIA and their copy system to the system RAM (optimus bleh). I say this because before I was getting lower FPS the higher resolution I went. Before I was getting about 21GB/s in memory tests at 80ns. Now I can get 26GB/s at 69ns. May be i'm wrong and these are expected gains from RAM tuning idk.

You sick man, 1.5V for a CPU that supports (on its IMC) max 1.35V (DDR3L/LPDDR3) is astonishingly dangerous and can cause serious electromigration.

[quote=Fake]After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly you should try tweaking RAM as well as CPU clock speed if you want improved fps.

Before I had no access, I had 1600Mhz DDR3 at 11-11-11-28. All i did was bump up voltage from 1.35 to 1.5, increased frequency to 1866MHz and increased tREFI to the max. Wasn't able to get 2133 working with my limited knowledge though unfortunately no matter how much i loosened the primary and secondary timings.

CPU: Intel Core i7 5700HQ @ 3.6GHz (HT on) core affinities 2-7
RAM: 16GB DDR3 11-11-11-28 @1.5V and 1866MHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 2GB stock with 417.35 drivers
CFG: Mastercomfig low v6.10 @ DXLEVEL 81
Res: 1024x768, Fullscreen

3.6GHz
[quote=2639 frames 12.719 seconds 207.48 fps ( 4.82 ms/f) 15.180 fps variability][/quote]

As a comparison before at 3.7GHz
[quote=2639 frames 14.052 seconds 187.80 fps ( 5.32 ms/f) 12.717 fps variability][/quote]

Launch options:
-novid -noipx -threads 4 -nod3dex -w 1024 -h 768 -softparticlesdefaultoff

Windows 10 1809 x64 Home
No fullscreen optimizations
One single display

I wasn't seeing 100% CPU utilization on any active cores relating to TF2 before. Now i see much closer to 100%, which i speculate is due to NVIDIA and their copy system to the system RAM (optimus bleh). I say this because before I was getting lower FPS the higher resolution I went. Before I was getting about 21GB/s in memory tests at 80ns. Now I can get 26GB/s at 69ns. May be i'm wrong and these are expected gains from RAM tuning idk.[/quote]
You sick man, 1.5V for a CPU that supports (on its IMC) max 1.35V (DDR3L/LPDDR3) is astonishingly dangerous and can cause serious electromigration.
545
#545
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SetsulMore or less expected in TF2.
You should do it properly though and use a bit lower timings as well. TF2 cares about those too.
Also tREFI is not a performance setting. Do not mess with it unless you're actually doing proper long tests afterwards to verify that you're not losing data.

^^^^^
+100 for this, but TF2 cares a lot on its main four settings (latency, tRCD, tRP, tRAS) +tRFC

[quote=Setsul]More or less expected in TF2.
You should do it properly though and use a bit lower timings as well. TF2 cares about those too.
Also tREFI is not a performance setting. Do not mess with it unless you're actually doing proper long tests afterwards to verify that you're not losing data.[/quote]
^^^^^
+100 for this, but TF2 cares a lot on its main four settings (latency, tRCD, tRP, tRAS) +tRFC
546
#546
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Snorry_After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly
You sick man, 1.5V for a CPU that supports (on its IMC) max 1.35V (DDR3L/LPDDR3) is astonishingly dangerous and can cause serious electromigration.

I agree with you, though i did use regular DDR3 on this computer for a good year at least prior to this and i'm still going strong.

But since i couldn't run 2133 or loosen timings any primary timings at 1866, i tried going to the regular 1.35v and it is actually stable. I suppose it doesn't say 2133 was supported.

Also I reran the benchmark at 3.7GHz for comparison. Gained about 27fps overall.

benchmark1.dem, 214.55fps 13.4fps var
[quote=Snorry_]After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly
You sick man, 1.5V for a CPU that supports (on its IMC) max 1.35V (DDR3L/LPDDR3) is astonishingly dangerous and can cause serious electromigration.[/quote]

I agree with you, though i did use regular DDR3 on this computer for a good year at least prior to this and i'm still going strong.

But since i couldn't run 2133 or loosen timings any primary timings at 1866, i tried going to the regular 1.35v and it is actually stable. I suppose it doesn't say 2133 was supported.

Also I reran the benchmark at 3.7GHz for comparison. Gained about 27fps overall.
[quote=benchmark1.dem, 214.55fps 13.4fps var][/quote]
547
#547
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FakeSnorry_After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly
You sick man, 1.5V for a CPU that supports (on its IMC) max 1.35V (DDR3L/LPDDR3) is astonishingly dangerous and can cause serious electromigration.

I agree with you, though i did use regular DDR3 on this computer for a good year at least prior to this and i'm still going strong.

But since i couldn't run 2133 or loosen timings any primary timings at 1866, i tried going to the regular 1.35v and it is actually stable. I suppose it doesn't say 2133 was supported.

Also I reran the benchmark at 3.7GHz for comparison. Gained about 27fps overall. benchmark1.dem, 214.55fps 13.4fps var

1) Your "i've tried ddr3 for a year and it was fine" it's the worst thing a person can thought, that .15V more will kill your system waaaay faster than a regular 1.35V DDR3L (like if you're overclocking a 45nm and lower CPU and break 1.45V of vcore. Even if you won't notice, your CPU suffers a lot more and it will die in 5 years instead of 10)
It would be different if we were talking about socket 775 and older, in which case its memory controller is in the motherboard and not that much of an issue.
2) Regular ddr3 can't be put on a laptop cpu/system/mobo, as well it's impossibile 1.5V SODIMMs are available if not 2133/2400.
3)If your mobo/cpu isn't very capable of staying on 1.5V due to power and heat constraints, it will significately throttle (even if you won't notice on gameplay/normal scenario, your mobo will probabily scream for help)

[quote=Fake][quote=Snorry_]After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly
You sick man, 1.5V for a CPU that supports (on its IMC) max 1.35V (DDR3L/LPDDR3) is astonishingly dangerous and can cause serious electromigration.[/quote]

I agree with you, though i did use regular DDR3 on this computer for a good year at least prior to this and i'm still going strong.

But since i couldn't run 2133 or loosen timings any primary timings at 1866, i tried going to the regular 1.35v and it is actually stable. I suppose it doesn't say 2133 was supported.

Also I reran the benchmark at 3.7GHz for comparison. Gained about 27fps overall.
[quote=benchmark1.dem, 214.55fps 13.4fps var][/quote][/quote]
1) Your "i've tried ddr3 for a year and it was fine" it's the worst thing a person can thought, that .15V more will kill your system waaaay faster than a regular 1.35V DDR3L (like if you're overclocking a 45nm and lower CPU and break 1.45V of vcore. Even if you won't notice, your CPU suffers a lot more and it will die in 5 years instead of 10)
It would be different if we were talking about socket 775 and older, in which case its memory controller is in the motherboard and not that much of an issue.
2) Regular ddr3 can't be put on a laptop cpu/system/mobo, as well it's impossibile 1.5V SODIMMs are available if not 2133/2400.
3)If your mobo/cpu isn't very capable of staying on 1.5V due to power and heat constraints, it will significately throttle (even if you won't notice on gameplay/normal scenario, your mobo will probabily scream for help)
548
#548
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2639 frames 13.230 seconds 199.47 fps ( 5.01 ms/f) 19.195 fps variability

CPU: i7-7700 @3.6GHz
GPU: GALAX 1060 Stock OC 6gb
RAM: 16gb
CFG:Comanglia's Stability config with some texture values changed
Res:1920x1080

2639 frames 13.230 seconds 199.47 fps ( 5.01 ms/f) 19.195 fps variability

CPU: i7-7700 @3.6GHz
GPU: GALAX 1060 Stock OC 6gb
RAM: 16gb
CFG:Comanglia's Stability config with some texture values changed
Res:1920x1080
549
#549
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#544/#547
You don't even know how electromigration works.
Also the IMC officially supports 1.35V, just like the CPUs before that supported 1.5V officially and the CPUs after only support 1.2V officially. I have seen exactly 0 CPUs die from running officially only 1.5V standard DDR3 controllers at 1.65V and I have also seen exactly 0 CPUs die from running 1.2V DDR4 controllers at 1.35V.

This is in no way "astonishingly dangerous". It's overclocking and voids the warranty like all overclocking, nothing more.

You are also confusing VCore and the IMC apparently. Changing the IMC voltage doesn't change VCore and doesn't lead to throttling.
If it was throttling due to the power limit why would the mobo "scream for help"? It's still the exact same amount of power as before.

#544/#547
You don't even know how electromigration works.
Also the IMC officially supports 1.35V, just like the CPUs before that supported 1.5V officially and the CPUs after only support 1.2V officially. I have seen exactly 0 CPUs die from running officially only 1.5V standard DDR3 controllers at 1.65V and I have also seen exactly 0 CPUs die from running 1.2V DDR4 controllers at 1.35V.

This is in no way "astonishingly dangerous". It's overclocking and voids the warranty like all overclocking, nothing more.

You are also confusing VCore and the IMC apparently. Changing the IMC voltage doesn't change VCore and doesn't lead to throttling.
If it was throttling due to the power limit why would the mobo "scream for help"? It's still the exact same amount of power as before.
550
#550
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Can someone provide benchmarks with Ryzen mobile APUs?

Can someone provide benchmarks with Ryzen mobile APUs?
551
#551
4 Frags +

i had to format my computer because i bought an ssd and now the dl link for the benchmark demo is down, does anyone have another link to download it?

edit: someone gave it to me on steam, thanks anyways!

i had to format my computer because i bought an ssd and now the dl link for the benchmark demo is down, does anyone have another link to download it?

edit: someone gave it to me on steam, thanks anyways!
552
#552
2 Frags +

So what's the link?

So what's the link?
553
#553
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deguWyattBumping because the demo file is still N/A. Anyone care to rehost it? I had it before I cleaned out all my demo files.https://www102.zippyshare.com/v/fvfg8CAP/file.html
[quote=degu][quote=Wyatt]Bumping because the demo file is still N/A. Anyone care to rehost it? I had it before I cleaned out all my demo files.[/quote]
https://www102.zippyshare.com/v/fvfg8CAP/file.html[/quote]
554
#554
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snwdrmGPU: 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

roughly same gfx cfg
upgraded pc to:
GTX1070 8GB
i5 6600k @ 4.7GHz
Corsair Vengeance 16gb @ 3200MHz

2639 frames 10.280 seconds 256.71 fps ( 3.90 ms/f) 22.133 fps variability

[quote=snwdrm]
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
[/quote]

roughly same gfx cfg
upgraded pc to:
GTX1070 8GB
i5 6600k @ 4.7GHz
Corsair Vengeance 16gb @ 3200MHz

2639 frames 10.280 seconds 256.71 fps ( 3.90 ms/f) 22.133 fps variability
555
#555
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ComangliaJDUnwinDoing a realistic report since I doubt most people close everything to play a game these days.

Intel 4770 i7 3.4ghz
32GB ram
970 gtx
3x 1200p displays

TF2 running in Borderless window 1200p
dxlevel 98
16x anis
8x msaa fsaa
mat_picmip -10
fps_max 132
Multithreading on
Highest quality settings in general with only a few performance tweaks

Open apps, browser, rainmeter with system monitors active, several nero instances, hexchat, downloading through steam, jdownloader, multiple explorer windows, command prompts, steam chat group window, 4 virtual desktops.

Results while multitasking, playing a movie on another screen

I put in bold all the things that I doubt most people actually have open/have/or use while playing a game. Seriously "several nero instances" who burns a DVD / rips images while playing games in 2018? Who uses jdownloader in 2018? 4 virtual desktops... More than 2 displays? Also who watches a movie while gaming? mat_picmip -10 doesn't work -1 is the highest quality option available even with sv_cheats currently picmip can be -1, 0 , 1, or 2. Finally, 8x MSAA and 8x FSAA???????

I mixed terminology by mistake, I understood msaa as a form of fsaa which is wrong.

bd-r backups are still useful for long term backup storage, cost per disc in spindles is rather cheap when on sale now.

Jdownloader is still useful for simply ripping youtube channels and other things, even in 2018, its more convenient than youtube-dl most of the time.

And of course more than two displays, that's what monitor arms are for.

Just doing something different, because most people don't clean boot to run a game these days.

[quote=Comanglia][quote=JDUnwin][u][i]Doing a realistic report since I doubt most people close everything to play a game these days.[/i][/u]

Intel 4770 i7 3.4ghz
32GB ram
970 gtx
[b]3x 1200p displays[/b]

TF2 running in Borderless window 1200p
dxlevel 98
16x anis
[b]8x msaa fsaa[/b]
[b]mat_picmip -10[/b]
fps_max 132
Multithreading on
Highest quality settings in general with only a few performance tweaks

Open apps, browser, rainmeter with system monitors active, [b]several nero instances[/b], hexchat, downloading through steam, [b]jdownloader[/b], multiple explorer windows, command prompts, steam chat group window, [b]4 virtual desktops.[/b]

Results while multitasking, [b]playing a movie on another screen[/b]
[/quote]

I put in bold all the things that I doubt most people actually have open/have/or use while playing a game. Seriously "several nero instances" who burns a DVD / rips images while playing games in 2018? Who uses jdownloader in 2018? 4 virtual desktops... More than 2 displays? Also who watches a movie while gaming? mat_picmip -10 doesn't work -1 is the highest quality option available even with sv_cheats currently picmip can be -1, 0 , 1, or 2. Finally, 8x MSAA and 8x FSAA???????[/quote]

I mixed terminology by mistake, I understood msaa as a form of fsaa which is wrong.

bd-r backups are still useful for long term backup storage, cost per disc in spindles is rather cheap when on sale now.

Jdownloader is still useful for simply ripping youtube channels and other things, even in 2018, its more convenient than youtube-dl most of the time.

And of course more than two displays, that's what monitor arms are for.

Just doing something different, because most people don't clean boot to run a game these days.
556
#556
5 Frags +

You do realize that it's still pretty weird.
Browser, JDownloader, steam chat I can agree with.
Virtual Desktops are unusal.
Multiple explorer windows and command prompts are weird.
Downloading through steam is really weird because Steam pauses downloads when you launch a game for a reason.
Posting a reply after 10 months have passed is really fucking weird.
Playing a movie while playing a game is absolutely idiotic.
Using Blu-Rays for Backups is probably the worst thing I've heard this month.

You chose the least durable storage medium for your long term backups. You need to burn multiple at the same time to even keep up. Restoring 1 TB will take over 10 hours and requires you to swap 40 discs in and out.
You could've just used tapes if you wanted something that's cheap.

You do realize that it's still pretty weird.
Browser, JDownloader, steam chat I can agree with.
Virtual Desktops are unusal.
Multiple explorer windows and command prompts are weird.
Downloading through steam is really weird because Steam pauses downloads when you launch a game for a reason.
Posting a reply after 10 months have passed is really fucking weird.
Playing a movie while playing a game is absolutely idiotic.
Using Blu-Rays for Backups is probably the worst thing I've heard this month.

You chose the least durable storage medium for your long term backups. You need to burn multiple at the same time to even keep up. Restoring 1 TB will take over 10 hours and requires you to swap 40 discs in and out.
You could've just used tapes if you wanted something that's cheap.
557
#557
1 Frags +

anyone got the demo?

anyone got the demo?
558
#558
0 Frags +

GPU: RX Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios, undervolted, and memory OC'd
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x with boost power limits removed
RAM: Gskill DDR4 3200 @ 3266mhz
MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING
OS: Windows 10 1903

Mastercomfig high textures and filtering low everything else DX 8.1
2639 frames 13.544 seconds 194.84 fps ( 5.13 ms/f) 13.647 fps variability

earlieanyone got the demo?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/efb16cqkfe0sv3j/benchmark1.dem?dl=0

GPU: RX Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios, undervolted, and memory OC'd
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x with boost power limits removed
RAM: Gskill DDR4 3200 @ 3266mhz
MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING
OS: Windows 10 1903

Mastercomfig high textures and filtering low everything else DX 8.1
2639 frames 13.544 seconds 194.84 fps ( 5.13 ms/f) 13.647 fps variability

[quote=earlie]anyone got the demo?[/quote]
https://www.dropbox.com/s/efb16cqkfe0sv3j/benchmark1.dem?dl=0
559
#559
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GPU: RX 580 8GB stock clocks (19.5.2)
CPU: Ryzen 5 2600x with PBO maxed out with voltage offset and LLC
RAM: G-SKILL F4-3200C14-8GTZSW (3466 14-15-14-28-1T)
MB: MSI B450 GAMING PRO CARBON AC
OS: Windows 10 Education 1809 64bit
CFG: Mastercomfig experimental, 1080p, DX8.1

Core affinities 4, 6, 8, 10 gives me best performance. Normal priority
Can get higher FPS if I use a fixed voltage but it doesnt downvolt at idle so I dont bother because it only adds about 5-6fps.

2639 frames 10.092 seconds 261.49 fps ( 3.82 ms/f) 16.615 fps variability

And the mastercomfig demo

4812 frames, 16 seconds, 301.0 fps, 36.7 fps variability

Did get 308fps in this demo with the fixed voltage I mentioned before.

GPU: RX 580 8GB stock clocks (19.5.2)
CPU: Ryzen 5 2600x with PBO maxed out with voltage offset and LLC
RAM: G-SKILL F4-3200C14-8GTZSW (3466 14-15-14-28-1T)
MB: MSI B450 GAMING PRO CARBON AC
OS: Windows 10 Education 1809 64bit
CFG: Mastercomfig experimental, 1080p, DX8.1

Core affinities 4, 6, 8, 10 gives me best performance. Normal priority
Can get higher FPS if I use a fixed voltage but it doesnt downvolt at idle so I dont bother because it only adds about 5-6fps.

[quote]
2639 frames 10.092 seconds 261.49 fps ( 3.82 ms/f) 16.615 fps variability[/quote]

And the mastercomfig demo
[quote]4812 frames, 16 seconds, 301.0 fps, 36.7 fps variability[/quote]
Did get 308fps in this demo with the fixed voltage I mentioned before.
560
#560
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GPU: RX Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios, undervolted, and memory OC'd
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x with boost power limits removed
RAM: Gskill DDR4 3200 @ 3266mhz
MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING
OS: Windows 10 1903

Mastercomfig experimental DX8.1
2639 frames 12.151 seconds 217.18 fps ( 4.60 ms/f) 15.146 fps variability

Raised mem to 3400mhz
2639 frames 11.775 seconds 224.11 fps ( 4.46 ms/f) 14.790 fps variability

GPU: RX Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios, undervolted, and memory OC'd
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x with boost power limits removed
RAM: Gskill DDR4 3200 @ 3266mhz
MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING
OS: Windows 10 1903

Mastercomfig experimental DX8.1
2639 frames 12.151 seconds 217.18 fps ( 4.60 ms/f) 15.146 fps variability

Raised mem to 3400mhz
2639 frames 11.775 seconds 224.11 fps ( 4.46 ms/f) 14.790 fps variability
561
#561
0 Frags +

Ryzen 3000 anyone?
Should be pretty good for this game no?
Thinking about getting the 3600x

Ryzen 3000 anyone?
Should be pretty good for this game no?
Thinking about getting the 3600x
562
#562
0 Frags +

@#561

Ryzen 5 2600x user here, getting 250-300fps average probably the best investment i made in a long time (shoutout to setsul for recommendations). If the 3600x is nearly as good (and its 99,99999% likely going to be better) i can only recommend it

@#561

Ryzen 5 2600x user here, getting 250-300fps average probably the best investment i made in a long time (shoutout to setsul for recommendations). If the 3600x is nearly as good (and its 99,99999% likely going to be better) i can only recommend it
563
#563
0 Frags +

I guess the closest thing to TF2 is CS:GO. From the few benchmarks I could find, it was pretty much exactly on par with Intel at all price points. They always test e-sports games at settings which cause massive dips in minimum FPS though, so it would be nice to get some benchmarks using a config that is more representative.

I guess the closest thing to TF2 is CS:GO. From the few benchmarks I could find, it was pretty much exactly on par with Intel at all price points. They always test e-sports games at settings which cause massive dips in minimum FPS though, so it would be nice to get some benchmarks using a config that is more representative.
564
#564
3 Frags +

getting a ryzen 5 3600 soon and ill post results and compare with my ryzen 7 1700x

getting a ryzen 5 3600 soon and ill post results and compare with my ryzen 7 1700x
565
#565
3 Frags +

Got bored and curious so i decided to benchmark all the dxlevels

dxlevel 8
2639 frames 12.328 seconds 214.07 fps ( 4.67 ms/f) 12.853 fps variability

dxlevel 81
2639 frames 12.284 seconds 214.83 fps ( 4.65 ms/f) 15.028 fps variability

dxlevel 9
2639 frames 12.065 seconds 218.74 fps ( 4.57 ms/f) 15.033 fps variability

dxlevel 91
2639 frames 13.219 seconds 199.64 fps ( 5.01 ms/f) 13.553 fps variability

dxlevel 95
2639 frames 13.170 seconds 200.38 fps ( 4.99 ms/f) 12.343 fps variability

dxlevel 98
2639 frames 13.315 seconds 198.20 fps ( 5.05 ms/f) 13.427 fps variability

Mastercoms experimental
8x af 4x aa forced in Radeon Settings
Ryzen 7 2700x (PBO limit increased) with Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4
16gb (x2 8gb) DDR4 @ 3266mhz 16-18-18-38
Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios (undervolted and HBM clocked to 1050mhz)
Latest GPU/chipset drivers and bios as of this post
Windows 10 1903

Got bored and curious so i decided to benchmark all the dxlevels

dxlevel 8
2639 frames 12.328 seconds 214.07 fps ( 4.67 ms/f) 12.853 fps variability

dxlevel 81
2639 frames 12.284 seconds 214.83 fps ( 4.65 ms/f) 15.028 fps variability

dxlevel 9
2639 frames 12.065 seconds 218.74 fps ( 4.57 ms/f) 15.033 fps variability

dxlevel 91
2639 frames 13.219 seconds 199.64 fps ( 5.01 ms/f) 13.553 fps variability

dxlevel 95
2639 frames 13.170 seconds 200.38 fps ( 4.99 ms/f) 12.343 fps variability

dxlevel 98
2639 frames 13.315 seconds 198.20 fps ( 5.05 ms/f) 13.427 fps variability

Mastercoms experimental
8x af 4x aa forced in Radeon Settings
Ryzen 7 2700x (PBO limit increased) with Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4
16gb (x2 8gb) DDR4 @ 3266mhz 16-18-18-38
Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios (undervolted and HBM clocked to 1050mhz)
Latest GPU/chipset drivers and bios as of this post
Windows 10 1903
566
#566
0 Frags +

CPU: AMD Ryzen 1600X@4025mhz (allcore OC)
RAM: 16GB DDR4 3000mhz @16-16-16-35
GPU: RX 570 4gb (awful bin, silicon lottery loser)
CFG: Mastecomfig Low, directx 9.0
Res: 1920x1080, borderless window

2639 frames 14.541 seconds 181.48 fps ( 5.51 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability

With GPU/Memory OC to 1370/2000 (10/14% OC)
2639 frames 14.321 seconds 184.27 fps ( 5.43 ms/f) 13.093 fps variability
=> Majorly CPU bound

I can get my 1600X to 4.1ghz at 1.42 volts, might update at a later date.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 1600X@4025mhz (allcore OC)
RAM: 16GB DDR4 3000mhz @16-16-16-35
GPU: RX 570 4gb (awful bin, silicon lottery loser)
CFG: Mastecomfig Low, directx 9.0
Res: 1920x1080, borderless window

2639 frames 14.541 seconds 181.48 fps ( 5.51 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability

With GPU/Memory OC to 1370/2000 (10/14% OC)
2639 frames 14.321 seconds 184.27 fps ( 5.43 ms/f) 13.093 fps variability
=> Majorly CPU bound

I can get my 1600X to 4.1ghz at 1.42 volts, might update at a later date.
567
#567
0 Frags +
ScrewballGot bored and curious so i decided to benchmark all the dxlevels

dxlevel 8
2639 frames 12.328 seconds 214.07 fps ( 4.67 ms/f) 12.853 fps variability

dxlevel 81
2639 frames 12.284 seconds 214.83 fps ( 4.65 ms/f) 15.028 fps variability

dxlevel 9
2639 frames 12.065 seconds 218.74 fps ( 4.57 ms/f) 15.033 fps variability

dxlevel 91
2639 frames 13.219 seconds 199.64 fps ( 5.01 ms/f) 13.553 fps variability

dxlevel 95
2639 frames 13.170 seconds 200.38 fps ( 4.99 ms/f) 12.343 fps variability

dxlevel 98
2639 frames 13.315 seconds 198.20 fps ( 5.05 ms/f) 13.427 fps variability

Mastercoms experimental
8x af 4x aa forced in Radeon Settings
Ryzen 7 2700x (PBO limit increased) with Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4
16gb (x2 8gb) DDR4 @ 3266mhz 16-18-18-38
Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios (undervolted and HBM clocked to 1050mhz)
Latest GPU/chipset drivers and bios as of this post
Windows 10 1903

Try -dxlevel 100. Best performance out of all DX9 levels for me, although still inferior to -dxlevel 81.

Anyone know why there's such variance in benchmark1 performance? Sometimes I'll get 283fps (multiple runs to confirm) then reboot my PC, run again, and immediately get 297fps. Never any difference in background programs – only have Steam, discord and RTSS running anyway.

[quote=Screwball]Got bored and curious so i decided to benchmark all the dxlevels

dxlevel 8
2639 frames 12.328 seconds 214.07 fps ( 4.67 ms/f) 12.853 fps variability

dxlevel 81
2639 frames 12.284 seconds 214.83 fps ( 4.65 ms/f) 15.028 fps variability

dxlevel 9
2639 frames 12.065 seconds 218.74 fps ( 4.57 ms/f) 15.033 fps variability

dxlevel 91
2639 frames 13.219 seconds 199.64 fps ( 5.01 ms/f) 13.553 fps variability

dxlevel 95
2639 frames 13.170 seconds 200.38 fps ( 4.99 ms/f) 12.343 fps variability

dxlevel 98
2639 frames 13.315 seconds 198.20 fps ( 5.05 ms/f) 13.427 fps variability

Mastercoms experimental
8x af 4x aa forced in Radeon Settings
Ryzen 7 2700x (PBO limit increased) with Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4
16gb (x2 8gb) DDR4 @ 3266mhz 16-18-18-38
Vega 56 flashed with 64 bios (undervolted and HBM clocked to 1050mhz)
Latest GPU/chipset drivers and bios as of this post
Windows 10 1903[/quote]

Try -dxlevel 100. Best performance out of all DX9 levels for me, although still inferior to -dxlevel 81.

Anyone know why there's such variance in benchmark1 performance? Sometimes I'll get 283fps (multiple runs to confirm) then reboot my PC, run again, and immediately get 297fps. Never any difference in background programs – only have Steam, discord and RTSS running anyway.
568
#568
3 Frags +

3600 is coming wednesday so get ready

3600 is coming wednesday so get ready
569
#569
3 Frags +

before:
ryzen 1600 no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 18.924 seconds 139.46 fps ( 7.17 ms/f) 10.207 fps variability dustbowl

after: ryzen 3600x no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 13.774 seconds 191.60 fps ( 5.22 ms/f) 16.238 fps variability

no config on both and graphics on the highest settings
i dont think the benchmark values do it justice i get so much better minimuns fps where before i would get to 80´s on a full pub now i get 130´s, game is much smoother eevn though my performance is still probably butchered by shitty bios
overall game is much better but still has its hiccups due to the shitty coding

before:
ryzen 1600 no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 18.924 seconds 139.46 fps ( 7.17 ms/f) 10.207 fps variability dustbowl

after: ryzen 3600x no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 13.774 seconds 191.60 fps ( 5.22 ms/f) 16.238 fps variability

no config on both and graphics on the highest settings
i dont think the benchmark values do it justice i get so much better minimuns fps where before i would get to 80´s on a full pub now i get 130´s, game is much smoother eevn though my performance is still probably butchered by shitty bios
overall game is much better but still has its hiccups due to the shitty coding
570
#570
3 Frags +
mousiopebefore:
ryzen 1600 no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 18.924 seconds 139.46 fps ( 7.17 ms/f) 10.207 fps variability dustbowl

after: ryzen 3600x no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 13.774 seconds 191.60 fps ( 5.22 ms/f) 16.238 fps variability

no config on both and graphics on the highest settings
i dont think the benchmark values do it justice i get so much better minimuns fps where before i would get to 80´s on a full pub now i get 130´s, game is much smoother eevn though my performance is still probably butchered by shitty bios
overall game is much better but still has its hiccups due to the shitty coding

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HA1mbZ_MMh8

[quote=mousiope]before:
ryzen 1600 no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 18.924 seconds 139.46 fps ( 7.17 ms/f) 10.207 fps variability dustbowl

after: ryzen 3600x no overclock and b350 mortar with 3200 ram
2639 frames 13.774 seconds 191.60 fps ( 5.22 ms/f) 16.238 fps variability

no config on both and graphics on the highest settings
i dont think the benchmark values do it justice i get so much better minimuns fps where before i would get to 80´s on a full pub now i get 130´s, game is much smoother eevn though my performance is still probably butchered by shitty bios
overall game is much better but still has its hiccups due to the shitty coding[/quote]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HA1mbZ_MMh8
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