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#601
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kamild1996_v2500 reboots later (not really, just under a hundred actually; don't do B450 boards, kids), here I am testing the 3700X. Results are in.

Setup details:
- Windows 10 1903
- GeForce driver 431.60
- GeForce Experience with replay enabled, no game optimization
- game details: mastercomfig v6 latest, 1080p, DX9, mastercomfig's launch parameters, mods: budhud, Less Distracting Explosions, mastercomfig addons (mouse tweaks, no pyroland, no soundscapes, no tutorial)
- tested with timedemo_runcount set at 3, so stuff being loaded in doesn't lower the results

Since there's a ton of data, I figured it'd be better to show it all in a table, and since TFTV doesn't have tables... Here's a Google Docs link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AGtyRBvgcpYv2T8h9bSgx9IDd8fXFES175tPrsK5hMI/edit?usp=sharing

whitepuzzle, I think you'll be happy with the results ;)

I was worried that Zen's higher memory latency compared to CFL would hurt TF2 performance (seeing how it's so sensitive to memory frequency and timings) but it looks like it doesn't matter too much.

At this rate, Zen 3 should be straight up faster than CFL, if not later batch Zen 2s with a more mature process and better clocks.

[quote=kamild1996_v2]500 reboots later (not really, just under a hundred actually; don't do B450 boards, kids), here I am testing the 3700X. Results are in.

Setup details:
- Windows 10 1903
- GeForce driver 431.60
- GeForce Experience with replay enabled, no game optimization
- game details: mastercomfig v6 latest, 1080p, DX9, mastercomfig's launch parameters, mods: budhud, Less Distracting Explosions, mastercomfig addons (mouse tweaks, no pyroland, no soundscapes, no tutorial)
- tested with timedemo_runcount set at 3, so stuff being loaded in doesn't lower the results

Since there's a ton of data, I figured it'd be better to show it all in a table, and since TFTV doesn't have tables... Here's a Google Docs link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AGtyRBvgcpYv2T8h9bSgx9IDd8fXFES175tPrsK5hMI/edit?usp=sharing

[b]whitepuzzle[/b], I think you'll be happy with the results ;)[/quote]

I was worried that Zen's higher memory latency compared to CFL would hurt TF2 performance (seeing how it's so sensitive to memory frequency and timings) but it looks like it doesn't matter too much.


At this rate, Zen 3 should be straight up faster than CFL, if not later batch Zen 2s with a more mature process and better clocks.
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#602
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Well thanks to AMD not locking the cheaper chipsets down to 2666 MHz like Intel and people being aware that Zen needs a bit more than that to get decent latency it's not nearly as bad as with the Zen1 launch.

Would be great to see a comparision with 2667, 3200, 3733 and possibly higher though.

Maybe we'll get an N7+ (7nm + EUV) refresh similar to Zen+ (14->12nm which is just 14+) next year, that could be interesting.

Well thanks to AMD not locking the cheaper chipsets down to 2666 MHz like Intel and people being aware that Zen needs a bit more than that to get decent latency it's not nearly as bad as with the Zen1 launch.

Would be great to see a comparision with 2667, 3200, 3733 and possibly higher though.

Maybe we'll get an N7+ (7nm + EUV) refresh similar to Zen+ (14->12nm which is just 14+) next year, that could be interesting.
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#603
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According to roadmaps there is no Zen 2 refresh planned, it's straight on to Zen 3.

According to roadmaps there is no Zen 2 refresh planned, it's straight on to Zen 3.
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#604
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Which roadmaps? A refresh probably wouldn't be listed as architecture.
There's a lot of options. Zen3 is probably simply not be very different (Zen+ was literally identical except for the L2 fix so it couldn't be called Zen2), otherwise AMD wouldn't be able to release it just a year later. It is listed as "optimization" just like Zen+ for a reason. And just because Zen3 exists doesn't mean the whole Desktop lineup will get Zen3. E.g. no 2200, no 2400, 2300X and 2500X OEM only, no 2800X and Ryzen 3000 APUs are still Zen+. It's entirely possible for example that they'll do a die with more cores to bump up the per socket core count, but can't use that for the 6/8 core SKUs because it would mean disabling half the cores. Or that year desktop gets the short end of the stick and APUs get the new architecture first. EPYC only got 2 SKUs with the obligatory clock bump last year so after the big Zen2 update this year they might sit out next year again.

Let's just wait and see.

Which roadmaps? A refresh probably wouldn't be listed as architecture.
There's a lot of options. Zen3 is probably simply not be very different (Zen+ was literally identical except for the L2 fix so it couldn't be called Zen2), otherwise AMD wouldn't be able to release it just a year later. It is listed as "optimization" just like Zen+ for a reason. And just because Zen3 exists doesn't mean the whole Desktop lineup will get Zen3. E.g. no 2200, no 2400, 2300X and 2500X OEM only, no 2800X and Ryzen 3000 APUs are still Zen+. It's entirely possible for example that they'll do a die with more cores to bump up the per socket core count, but can't use that for the 6/8 core SKUs because it would mean disabling half the cores. Or that year desktop gets the short end of the stick and APUs get the new architecture first. EPYC only got 2 SKUs with the obligatory clock bump last year so after the big Zen2 update this year they might sit out next year again.

Let's just wait and see.
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#605
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The roadmaps listed Zen+ but show Zen 3 coming straight after Zen 2.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/12233/amd-tech-day-at-ces-2018-roadmap-revealed-with-ryzen-apus-zen-on-12nm-vega-on-7nm

The roadmaps listed Zen+ but show Zen 3 coming straight after Zen 2.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/12233/amd-tech-day-at-ces-2018-roadmap-revealed-with-ryzen-apus-zen-on-12nm-vega-on-7nm
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#606
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where the 5700 benchmarks at woop woop

where the 5700 benchmarks at woop woop
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#607
5 Frags +
sniffwhere the 5700 benchmarks at woop woop

it's a gpu so it wont do anything to tf2 performance whatsoever (unless you're comparing it to apu)

[quote=sniff]where the 5700 benchmarks at woop woop[/quote]
it's a gpu so it wont do anything to tf2 performance whatsoever (unless you're comparing it to apu)
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#608
3 Frags +

#605
Sorry I didn't reply sooner, but read again what I wrote.
Zen2 was on the roadmap for 2019 and the 2019 APUs are ... Zen+.
Zen+ was on the roadmap for 2018 and EPYC got ... nothing.

The roadmap only implies that there will be at least one Zen3 SKU in 2020, not that everything will be replaced.
It could be anything from no new Desktop SKUs, a 7nm refresh, 7nm+ refresh to a full Zen3 lineup.

There are no detailed roadmaps split by segment for AMD yet afaik. Intel does that and throws around more codenames than anyone can keep track of. Cascade Lake for this, Whiskey Lake for that, Amber Lake here and some Ice Lake sprinkled in there. AMD doesn't do that, they might not be sure yet themselves.

#605
Sorry I didn't reply sooner, but read again what I wrote.
Zen2 was on the roadmap for 2019 and the 2019 APUs are ... Zen+.
Zen+ was on the roadmap for 2018 and EPYC got ... nothing.

The roadmap only implies that there will be at least one Zen3 SKU in 2020, not that everything will be replaced.
It could be anything from no new Desktop SKUs, a 7nm refresh, 7nm+ refresh to a full Zen3 lineup.

There are no detailed roadmaps split by segment for AMD yet afaik. Intel does that and throws around more codenames than anyone can keep track of. Cascade Lake for this, Whiskey Lake for that, Amber Lake here and some Ice Lake sprinkled in there. AMD doesn't do that, they might not be sure yet themselves.
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#609
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SetsulWould be great to see a comparision with 2667, 3200, 3733 and possibly higher though.

A little something for you, then.

Now that the BIOSes have matured a fair bit, I decided to OC my RAM to see how much of a difference would that make. Couldn't overclock my sticks as much as I hoped for, but there's something at least.
As a reminder: R7 3700X (PBO enabled), Win10 1903, 16 GB RAM; customized mastercomfig medium preset (afaik it's just textures set to very high and ragdolls enabled); DX9; launch parameters recommended by mastercomfig; using benchmark_test (the newer one)

Before (XMP profile, 3000 MHz CL16):

4812 frames 21.475 seconds 224.07 fps ( 4.46 ms/f) 31.826 fps variability

After (OC, 3466 MHz CL16):

4812 frames 20.741 seconds 232.01 fps ( 4.31 ms/f) 31.111 fps variability

(got screenshots of before/after with CPU-Z window open, I can send them if anyone wants to)

Just about 3.5% of difference. Whether or not it's worth the hassle and the potentially shorter lifespan I'll leave to your judgement ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

[quote=Setsul]Would be great to see a comparision with 2667, 3200, 3733 and possibly higher though.[/quote]
A little something for you, then.

Now that the BIOSes have matured a fair bit, I decided to OC my RAM to see how much of a difference would that make. Couldn't overclock my sticks as much as I hoped for, but there's something at least.
As a reminder: R7 3700X (PBO enabled), Win10 1903, 16 GB RAM; customized mastercomfig medium preset (afaik it's just textures set to very high and ragdolls enabled); DX9; launch parameters recommended by mastercomfig; using benchmark_test (the newer one)

Before (XMP profile, 3000 MHz CL16):
[code]4812 frames 21.475 seconds 224.07 fps ( 4.46 ms/f) 31.826 fps variability[/code]

After (OC, 3466 MHz CL16):
[code]4812 frames 20.741 seconds 232.01 fps ( 4.31 ms/f) 31.111 fps variability[/code]

(got screenshots of before/after with CPU-Z window open, I can send them if anyone wants to)

Just about 3.5% of difference. Whether or not it's worth the hassle and the potentially shorter lifespan I'll leave to your judgement ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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#610
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benchmark1
2639 frames 13.942 seconds 189.29 fps ( 5.28 ms/f) 12.811 fps variability

benchmark3
22256 frames 83.923 seconds 265.19 fps ( 3.77 ms/f) 24.588 fps variability

benchmark_test
4812 frames 20.341 seconds 236.56 fps ( 4.23 ms/f) 36.665 fps variability

Ryzen 7 3700X
16GB DDR4-3200 CL16
MSI B450M Gaming Plus (27/08/2019 BIOS)
RX 5700
Dxlevel 90
1920x1080 fullscreen
Config: none

I've done no optimizations or tweaking to this system yet so I'm sure more frames can be pulled out once that's done and If I use an appropriate config

benchmark1
2639 frames 13.942 seconds 189.29 fps ( 5.28 ms/f) 12.811 fps variability

benchmark3
22256 frames 83.923 seconds 265.19 fps ( 3.77 ms/f) 24.588 fps variability

benchmark_test
4812 frames 20.341 seconds 236.56 fps ( 4.23 ms/f) 36.665 fps variability

Ryzen 7 3700X
16GB DDR4-3200 CL16
MSI B450M Gaming Plus (27/08/2019 BIOS)
RX 5700
Dxlevel 90
1920x1080 fullscreen
Config: none

I've done no optimizations or tweaking to this system yet so I'm sure more frames can be pulled out once that's done and If I use an appropriate config
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#611
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Just upgraded because my brother's PC died and i gave him my CPU.
benchmark1

Ryzen 7 2700x PBO maxed + undervolt
DDR4 3200 CL16
Asus ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING BIOS 5220 AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA
Vega 56 with 64 bios Undervolted 985mv +50% power limit 1632 mhz core 1050mhz mem
Windows 10 1903
mastercoms medium, no rag dolls/gibs, 4xaa, 8xaf, mat_picmip -1, dxlevel 95

2639 frames 13.445 seconds 196.28 fps ( 5.09 ms/f) 12.436 fps variability

Ryzen 7 3700x PBO maxed
DDR4 3466 CL16
Asus ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING BIOS 5220 AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA
Vega 56 with 64 bios Undervolted 985mv +50% power limit 1632 mhz core 1050mhz mem
Windows 10 1903
mastercoms medium, no rag dolls/gibs, 4xaa, 8xaf, mat_picmip -1, dxlevel 95

2639 frames 10.470 seconds 252.06 fps ( 3.97 ms/f) 17.821 fps variability

Ryzen 7 3700x PBO maxed
DDR4 ‭3534‬ CL16
Asus ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING BIOS 5220 AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA
Vega 56 with 64 bios Undervolted 985mv +50% power limit 1632 mhz core 1050mhz mem
Windows 10 1903
mastercoms medium, no rag dolls/gibs, 4xaa, 8xaf, mat_picmip -1, dxlevel 95

2639 frames 9.685 seconds 272.47 fps ( 3.67 ms/f) 19.875 fps variability

Just upgraded because my brother's PC died and i gave him my CPU.
benchmark1

Ryzen 7 2700x PBO maxed + undervolt
DDR4 3200 CL16
Asus ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING BIOS 5220 AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA
Vega 56 with 64 bios Undervolted 985mv +50% power limit 1632 mhz core 1050mhz mem
Windows 10 1903
mastercoms medium, no rag dolls/gibs, 4xaa, 8xaf, mat_picmip -1, dxlevel 95

2639 frames 13.445 seconds 196.28 fps ( 5.09 ms/f) 12.436 fps variability

Ryzen 7 3700x PBO maxed
DDR4 3466 CL16
Asus ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING BIOS 5220 AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA
Vega 56 with 64 bios Undervolted 985mv +50% power limit 1632 mhz core 1050mhz mem
Windows 10 1903
mastercoms medium, no rag dolls/gibs, 4xaa, 8xaf, mat_picmip -1, dxlevel 95

2639 frames 10.470 seconds 252.06 fps ( 3.97 ms/f) 17.821 fps variability

Ryzen 7 3700x PBO maxed
DDR4 ‭3534‬ CL16
Asus ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING BIOS 5220 AGESA 1.0.0.3ABBA
Vega 56 with 64 bios Undervolted 985mv +50% power limit 1632 mhz core 1050mhz mem
Windows 10 1903
mastercoms medium, no rag dolls/gibs, 4xaa, 8xaf, mat_picmip -1, dxlevel 95

2639 frames 9.685 seconds 272.47 fps ( 3.67 ms/f) 19.875 fps variability
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#612
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2639 frames 18.349 seconds 143.83 fps ( 6.95 ms/f) 13.777 fps variability

CPU and overclock: i7-4700HQ
GPU: GTX 870M
Dxlevel: 80
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen
FPS Config: Mastercomfig low
Shadows: Disabled

[code]2639 frames 18.349 seconds 143.83 fps ( 6.95 ms/f) 13.777 fps variability
[/code]

CPU and overclock: i7-4700HQ
GPU: GTX 870M
Dxlevel: 80
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen
FPS Config: Mastercomfig low
Shadows: Disabled
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#613
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Kinda went full retard and just used the demo mastercomfig suggested because i don't wanna upgrade my rig for the only real game i play.

https://i.imgur.com/0kG51Vt.png

i5-3550, gtx 1060 6gb, with a very bad cooling setup for my cpu. (thats idling with tf2 and minimal shit open)

btw if you have this shit tier gen of cpu you can squeeze a bit more (generally 10-15fps) out of this old boy by setting the fsb ratio to 41. If you wanna fuck with the actual speed of the FSB your results will wildly vary.

"original" benchmark demo used here. Gonna redo after going up to 4.1/4.2ghz

2639 frames 14.578 seconds 181.03 fps ( 5.52 ms/f) 11.504 fps variability original

4812 frames 22.845 seconds 210.63 fps ( 4.75 ms/f) 25.486 fps variability mastercomfig

mastercomfig low, dx80 @4.1-4.2ghz vs 3.9 for everything else

Kinda went full retard and just [url=https://mega.nz/#!f8tlhDhR!nYgghqybOK15ObUykEczewB3242XHb_bJ4JP0rv1q6k]used the demo mastercomfig suggested[/url] because i don't wanna upgrade my rig for the only real game i play.

https://i.imgur.com/0kG51Vt.png

[url=https://i.imgur.com/kJN2Ra4.png]i5-3550[/url], gtx 1060 6gb, [url=https://i.imgur.com/RBHCaly.png]with a very bad cooling setup for my cpu.[/url] (thats idling with tf2 and minimal shit open)

btw if you have this shit tier gen of cpu you can squeeze a bit more (generally 10-15fps) out of this old boy by setting the fsb ratio to 41. If you wanna fuck with the actual speed of the FSB your results will wildly vary.

[url=https://www102.zippyshare.com/v/fvfg8CAP/file.html]"original" benchmark demo used here.[/url] Gonna redo after going up to 4.1/4.2ghz

2639 frames 14.578 seconds 181.03 fps ( 5.52 ms/f) 11.504 fps variability original

4812 frames 22.845 seconds 210.63 fps ( 4.75 ms/f) 25.486 fps variability mastercomfig

mastercomfig low, dx80 @4.1-4.2ghz vs 3.9 for everything else
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#614
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2639 frames 29.379 seconds 89.83 fps (11.13 ms/f) 9.196 fps variability

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3337U CPU @ 1.80GHz
GPU: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
Dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1440x900 (5:4 stretched)
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: Custom config by me.
Shadows: Disabled

I hope this isn't too terrible.
Config:

Show Content
https://github.com/DelPyth/TF2-Custom-Stuff
DeltaMods.zip/cfg/gfx/delta.cfg for config
[code]
2639 frames 29.379 seconds 89.83 fps (11.13 ms/f) 9.196 fps variability
[/code]

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3337U CPU @ 1.80GHz
GPU: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
Dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1440x900 (5:4 stretched)
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: Custom config by me.
Shadows: Disabled

I hope this isn't [i]too[/i] terrible.
Config:
[spoiler]https://github.com/DelPyth/TF2-Custom-Stuff
DeltaMods.zip/cfg/gfx/delta.cfg for config[/spoiler]
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#615
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OctalblockI hope this isn't too terrible.

bruh im selling a mobo/CPU/ram/GPU combo for like 50$ if you want it

https://www.teamfortress.tv/54720/selling-parts-for-league-fees#1

[quote=Octalblock]
I hope this isn't [i]too[/i] terrible.
[/quote]
bruh im selling a mobo/CPU/ram/GPU combo for like 50$ if you want it

https://www.teamfortress.tv/54720/selling-parts-for-league-fees#1
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#616
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Recently upgraded from a i5 8600k for other reasons than tf2 however I have been noticing that some benchmarks might be off from what I should expect.

benchmark1.dem:   2639 frames 12.587 seconds 209.67 fps ( 4.77 ms/f) 19.153 fps variability
benchmark_test.dem:   4812 frames 19.254 seconds 249.92 fps ( 4.00 ms/f) 50.141 fps variability

CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x @Stock PBO
GPU: RTX 2060
RAM: DDR4 @3200 CL16
Dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: Some cfg i got from kermit
Shadows: Disabled

I have been told these are really low numbers for a 3700x and have pretty much tried everything short of a fresh install of windows due to me having way too much stuff to be able to backup in the cloud. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do?

Recently upgraded from a i5 8600k for other reasons than tf2 however I have been noticing that some benchmarks might be off from what I should expect.
[code]
benchmark1.dem: 2639 frames 12.587 seconds 209.67 fps ( 4.77 ms/f) 19.153 fps variability
benchmark_test.dem: 4812 frames 19.254 seconds 249.92 fps ( 4.00 ms/f) 50.141 fps variability
[/code]

CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x @Stock PBO
GPU: RTX 2060
RAM: DDR4 @3200 CL16
Dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: Some cfg i got from kermit
Shadows: Disabled

I have been told these are really low numbers for a 3700x and have pretty much tried everything short of a fresh install of windows due to me having way too much stuff to be able to backup in the cloud. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do?
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#617
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benchmark_test.dem used, dl links are not working for 1

 4812 frames 19.202 seconds 250.60 fps ( 3.99 ms/f) 34.327 fps variability

CPU: I5-9600kf
GPU: GTX 1660
RAM: 16 GB DDR4 @3200
Dxlevel: 95
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: Comanglia' frames config loaded. Inspired by Chris config
Shadows: Disabled

benchmark_test.dem used, dl links are not working for 1
[code] 4812 frames 19.202 seconds 250.60 fps ( 3.99 ms/f) 34.327 fps variability
[/code]
CPU: I5-9600kf
GPU: GTX 1660
RAM: 16 GB DDR4 @3200
Dxlevel: 95
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: Comanglia' frames config loaded. Inspired by Chris config
Shadows: Disabled
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#618
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2639 frames 15.104 seconds 174.72 fps ( 5.72 ms/f) 14.514 fps variability
CPU: r3 1200
GPU: rx560
RAM: 8 GB DDR4 @3200
Dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: mastercomfig low with some custom changes
Shadows: Disabled

2639 frames 15.104 seconds 174.72 fps ( 5.72 ms/f) 14.514 fps variability
CPU: r3 1200
GPU: rx560
RAM: 8 GB DDR4 @3200
Dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Fullscreen: True
FPS Config: mastercomfig low with some custom changes
Shadows: Disabled
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#619
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#616
How many fps did you get with your config and the 8600K?

#616
How many fps did you get with your config and the 8600K?
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#620
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Setsul#616
How many fps did you get with your config and the 8600K?

256 on benchmark1 with the latest mastercomfig.

[quote=Setsul]#616
How many fps did you get with your config and the 8600K?[/quote]
256 on benchmark1 with the latest mastercomfig.
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#621
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That's not the same as "Some cfg i got from kermit" though.
"Latest mastercomfig" whatever that means in terms of settings + 3700X?

That's not the same as "Some cfg i got from kermit" though.
"Latest mastercomfig" whatever that means in terms of settings + 3700X?
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#622
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@tobs Is the system benchmarking well in Cinebench r15 and other benchmarks?

What is your cooling like? Ryzen 3 is very temperature dependent to get good clock speeds. Try running HWINFO64 and record the clockspeeds and temperatures you see in game. If you hit 80 degrees you will throttle down, below 4ghz.

Last time i checked, PBO on 3rd gen ryzen does nothing and potentially decreases performance, but im not sure about the situation right now.

If your clock speeds and stuff are fine try changing the process affinity of hl2.exe to 1 ccx. So for example core 0. core1, core2, core3,core4,core5, core 6, core7 in task manager.

It's possible you accidentally changed a setting in the UEFI so if you could clear all the settings and start from stock. See what affect that has on your FPS and reenable each setting until you find the problem.

Also its possible you have an outdated bios or bad chipset driver installed. If you reused an existing drive with intel stuff on it, it's possible you need to do a clean reinstall.

@tobs Is the system benchmarking well in Cinebench r15 and other benchmarks?

What is your cooling like? Ryzen 3 is very temperature dependent to get good clock speeds. Try running HWINFO64 and record the clockspeeds and temperatures you see in game. If you hit 80 degrees you will throttle down, below 4ghz.

Last time i checked, PBO on 3rd gen ryzen does nothing and potentially decreases performance, but im not sure about the situation right now.

If your clock speeds and stuff are fine try changing the process affinity of hl2.exe to 1 ccx. So for example core 0. core1, core2, core3,core4,core5, core 6, core7 in task manager.

It's possible you accidentally changed a setting in the UEFI so if you could clear all the settings and start from stock. See what affect that has on your FPS and reenable each setting until you find the problem.

Also its possible you have an outdated bios or bad chipset driver installed. If you reused an existing drive with intel stuff on it, it's possible you need to do a clean reinstall.
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#623
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Test 1:

SMT off
2639 frames 19.656 seconds 134.26 fps ( 7.45 ms/f) 7.973 fps variability
SMT On
2639 frames 19.751 seconds 133.62 fps ( 7.48 ms/f) 8.924 fps variability

CPU: Ryzen 2700X @ 3.7ghz, stock settings, no OC
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon RX590
RAM: 16GB DDR4 3200mhz Corsair Vengeance (XMP)

Driver Version: AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2020 Edition Graphics Driver 20.1.2
Dxlevel: default, unchanged
Launch Options: None
Resolution: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: none, "maximum" settings using in-game settings menu
Shadows Enabled
Default HUD

Test 2

SMT off
2639 frames 14.418 seconds 183.04 fps ( 5.46 ms/f) 12.569 fps variability
SMT On
2639 frames 14.454 seconds 182.58 fps ( 5.48 ms/f) 11.882 fps variability

Driver Version: AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2020 Edition Graphics Driver 20.1.2
Dxlevel: 90

Launch Options:
-novid -nojoy -nosteamcontroller -softparticlesdefaultoff -nohltv -particles 1 -primarysound -snoforceformat -dxlevel 90 -full -w 1920 -h 1080 -console -r_emulate_gl =freq 144 -sillygibs

Resolution: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: Mastercomfig 8

Modules
lod=medium, lighting=medium, shadows=low, effects=medium, water=medium, particles=low, motion_blur=off, aa=off, post_processing=low, aa_msaa=2x, texture_filter=aniso4x, characters=medium, textures=high, texture_blending=off, bumpmap=on, specular=off, pyrovision=low, decals=low, decals_models=off, decals_art=off, sprays=off, gibs=low, lowviolence=on, props=medium, ragdolls=medium, 3dsky=off, jigglebones=on, sheens_speed=fast, sheens_tint=full, ropes=low, hud_player_model=off, outlines=low, sound=high, No Extra Models vpk, No Pyroland vpk, No Soundscapes vpk

.
Shadows: Enabled
FlawHUD

Seems to be a small amount of change in fps variability. Very small but noticeable between SMT being on and it being off.

[u][b]Test 1:[/b][/u]

[code]
SMT off
2639 frames 19.656 seconds 134.26 fps ( 7.45 ms/f) 7.973 fps variability
SMT On
2639 frames 19.751 seconds 133.62 fps ( 7.48 ms/f) 8.924 fps variability[/code]

CPU: Ryzen 2700X @ 3.7ghz, stock settings, no OC
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon RX590
RAM: 16GB DDR4 3200mhz Corsair Vengeance (XMP)

Driver Version: AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2020 Edition Graphics Driver 20.1.2
Dxlevel: default, unchanged
Launch Options: None
Resolution: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: none, "maximum" settings using in-game settings menu
Shadows Enabled
Default HUD

[b][u]Test 2[/u][/b]

[code]SMT off
2639 frames 14.418 seconds 183.04 fps ( 5.46 ms/f) 12.569 fps variability
SMT On
2639 frames 14.454 seconds 182.58 fps ( 5.48 ms/f) 11.882 fps variability[/code]

Driver Version: AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2020 Edition Graphics Driver 20.1.2
Dxlevel: 90
[quote][u][b]Launch Options:[/b][/u]
[i]-novid -nojoy -nosteamcontroller -softparticlesdefaultoff -nohltv -particles 1 -primarysound -snoforceformat -dxlevel 90 -full -w 1920 -h 1080 -console -r_emulate_gl =freq 144 -sillygibs[/i][/quote]
Resolution: 1920x1080 Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: Mastercomfig 8
[quote]
[b][u]Modules[/u][/b]
[i]lod=medium, lighting=medium, shadows=low, effects=medium, water=medium, particles=low, motion_blur=off, aa=off, post_processing=low, aa_msaa=2x, texture_filter=aniso4x, characters=medium, textures=high, texture_blending=off, bumpmap=on, specular=off, pyrovision=low, decals=low, decals_models=off, decals_art=off, sprays=off, gibs=low, lowviolence=on, props=medium, ragdolls=medium, 3dsky=off, jigglebones=on, sheens_speed=fast, sheens_tint=full, ropes=low, hud_player_model=off, outlines=low, sound=high, No Extra Models vpk, No Pyroland vpk, No Soundscapes vpk[/i][/quote].
Shadows: Enabled
FlawHUD

Seems to be a small amount of change in fps variability. Very small but noticeable between SMT being on and it being off.
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