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TF2 benchmarks
661
#661
2 Frags +

22256 frames 48.382 seconds 460.01 fps ( 2.17 ms/f) 39.236 fps variability

5600x with pbo maxed
16gb 3200 cl16
gigabyte 2070
dx81
Windows 10 Pro
Full screen
mastercoms low with some changes

ran timedemo 5 times with a 6s pov

ill edit an update when i get 3600 ram

22256 frames 48.382 seconds 460.01 fps ( 2.17 ms/f) 39.236 fps variability

5600x with pbo maxed
16gb 3200 cl16
gigabyte 2070
dx81
Windows 10 Pro
Full screen
mastercoms low with some changes

ran timedemo 5 times with a 6s pov

ill edit an update when i get 3600 ram
662
#662
0 Frags +

Oh yeah, did some playing around after posting my initial benchmark and meant to post my results.

So, downloaded Masterconfig Medium, switched to full screen, and overclocked CPU (6600k running 1.4v @4.6GHz).

Results prior to modifications:

4812 frames 36.165 seconds 133.06 fps ( 7.52 ms/f) 25.979 fps variability

Checked RAM seating and speed, and installed masterconfig:

4812 frames 32.862 seconds 146.43 fps ( 6.83 ms/f) 31.118 fps variability

After settling on OC settings:

4812 frames 27.751 seconds 173.40 fps ( 5.77 ms/f) 25.152 fps variability

There is an obvious improvement, but should I be expecting more? Running the 5 min quick benchmark in Intel XTU before and after overclocking didn't demonstrate a marked improvement (677 to 684 pts). Obviously going down to the med-low config would provide more improvement, but I want to make sure I'm not underperforming first.

Oh yeah, did some playing around after posting my initial benchmark and meant to post my results.

So, downloaded Masterconfig Medium, switched to full screen, and overclocked CPU (6600k running 1.4v @4.6GHz).

Results prior to modifications:
[code]4812 frames 36.165 seconds 133.06 fps ( 7.52 ms/f) 25.979 fps variability
[/code]

Checked RAM seating and speed, and installed masterconfig:
[code]4812 frames 32.862 seconds 146.43 fps ( 6.83 ms/f) 31.118 fps variability[/code]

After settling on OC settings:
[code]4812 frames 27.751 seconds 173.40 fps ( 5.77 ms/f) 25.152 fps variability[/code]

There is an obvious improvement, but should I be expecting more? Running the 5 min quick benchmark in Intel XTU before and after overclocking didn't demonstrate a marked improvement (677 to 684 pts). Obviously going down to the med-low config would provide more improvement, but I want to make sure I'm not underperforming first.
663
#663
0 Frags +

Laptop:
Ryzen 7 4800H
1660 Ti 6GB
16GB DDR4-3200
Stock settings on everything, no overclocking etc

1920x1080, mastercomfig medium-low, all ingame settings maxed, single monitor, shadows max, dx9, win 10

benchmark1.dem

2639 frames 14.395 seconds 183.33 fps ( 5.45 ms/f) 12.808 fps variability

Laptop:
Ryzen 7 4800H
1660 Ti 6GB
16GB DDR4-3200
Stock settings on everything, no overclocking etc

1920x1080, mastercomfig medium-low, all ingame settings maxed, single monitor, shadows max, dx9, win 10

benchmark1.dem

2639 frames 14.395 seconds 183.33 fps ( 5.45 ms/f) 12.808 fps variability
664
#664
2 Frags +
Sentibenchmark1.dem
2639 frames 14.395 seconds 183.33 fps ( 5.45 ms/f) 12.808 fps variability

ill extrapolate this to 230fps on dx8
+10 fps nohats
no shadows +20fps
nvidia settings here and there <5fps
if you get a stable core clock at 3.9-4.1ghz should be around 200 as it is

[quote=Senti]benchmark1.dem
2639 frames 14.395 seconds 183.33 fps ( 5.45 ms/f) 12.808 fps variability[/quote] ill extrapolate this to 230fps on dx8
+10 fps nohats
no shadows +20fps
nvidia settings here and there <5fps
if you get a stable core clock at 3.9-4.1ghz should be around 200 as it is
665
#665
0 Frags +

Proof that tf2 legit ONLY cares about single threaded performance:

Ryzen 7 5800x no OC
GTX 1660 2GB
16GB DDR4 2400
Mastercomfig medium low preset + chat disabled
only change was disabling amd cool n quiet or whatever in bios

benchmark1.dem
dxlevel 91:
2639 frames 8.801 seconds 299.87 fps ( 3.33 ms/f) 39.173 fps variability
dxlevel 81:
2639 frames 8.219 seconds 321.07 fps ( 3.11 ms/f) 45.262 fps variability

In-game 6s i constantly hit my fps_max 361 at all times I haven't seen it dip at all

Proof that tf2 legit ONLY cares about single threaded performance:

Ryzen 7 5800x no OC
GTX 1660 2GB
16GB DDR4 2400
Mastercomfig medium low preset + chat disabled
only change was disabling amd cool n quiet or whatever in bios

benchmark1.dem
dxlevel 91:
2639 frames 8.801 seconds 299.87 fps ( 3.33 ms/f) 39.173 fps variability
dxlevel 81:
2639 frames 8.219 seconds 321.07 fps ( 3.11 ms/f) 45.262 fps variability

In-game 6s i constantly hit my fps_max 361 at all times I haven't seen it dip at all
666
#666
-1 Frags +

10700K @ 5 ghz
RTX 3070 +150core/+350mem
32gb ram @ 3200mhz cl15
Comanglia config edit by mastercoms
DX81
1280x720

benchmark1.dem
2639 frames 8.028 seconds 328.72 fps ( 3.04 ms/f) 33.677 fps variability

10700K @ 5 ghz
RTX 3070 +150core/+350mem
32gb ram @ 3200mhz cl15
Comanglia config edit by mastercoms
DX81
1280x720

benchmark1.dem
2639 frames 8.028 seconds 328.72 fps ( 3.04 ms/f) 33.677 fps variability
667
#667
5 Frags +

ryzen 5600x no cool settings
gtx 1660 ti
64 gb ram @ 3200 cl16
dx 81 1920x1080
modified chris highframes

benchmark_test
4812 frames 10.143 seconds 474.41 fps ( 2.11 ms/f) 63.712 fps variability
lol

slightly bigger lol benchmark1
2639 frames 6.984 seconds 377.86 fps ( 2.65 ms/f) 30.567 fps variability

ryzen 5600x no cool settings
gtx 1660 ti
64 gb ram @ 3200 cl16
dx 81 1920x1080
modified chris highframes

benchmark_test
4812 frames 10.143 seconds 474.41 fps ( 2.11 ms/f) 63.712 fps variability
lol

slightly bigger lol benchmark1
2639 frames 6.984 seconds 377.86 fps ( 2.65 ms/f) 30.567 fps variability
668
#668
9 Frags +

12600k
rx470
16GB 3600 cl16
chris cfg
dx81 1920x1080
win11 vbs off

12600k@stock
benchmark1.dem
2639 frames 7.063 seconds 373.63 fps ( 2.68 ms/f) 26.965 fps variability
benchmark_test.dem
4812 frames 11.070 seconds 434.70 fps ( 2.30 ms/f) 56.504 fps variability

12600k@5GHz
benchmark1.dem
2639 frames 6.766 seconds 390.05 fps ( 2.56 ms/f) 28.360 fps variability
benchmark_test.dem
4812 frames 9.880 seconds 487.04 fps ( 2.05 ms/f) 70.546 fps variability

12600k
rx470
16GB 3600 cl16
chris cfg
dx81 1920x1080
win11 vbs off

12600k@stock
benchmark1.dem
2639 frames 7.063 seconds 373.63 fps ( 2.68 ms/f) 26.965 fps variability
benchmark_test.dem
4812 frames 11.070 seconds 434.70 fps ( 2.30 ms/f) 56.504 fps variability

12600k@5GHz
benchmark1.dem
2639 frames 6.766 seconds 390.05 fps ( 2.56 ms/f) 28.360 fps variability
benchmark_test.dem
4812 frames 9.880 seconds 487.04 fps ( 2.05 ms/f) 70.546 fps variability
669
#669
6 Frags +

12900K Pcores @ 5.1
Ecores @ 3.9
Uncore @ 3.9
3070 non lhr
16g 4400 @ 4200 16 16 16 36
Some cfg i got from KZ
Dx81
win 10 stripped

1920x1080
4812 frames 8.701 seconds 553.06 fps ( 1.81 ms/f) 74.354 fps variability
1280x720
4812 frames 8.515 seconds 565.13 fps ( 1.77 ms/f) 70.228 fps variability
and for fun 640x480
4812 frames 8.139 seconds 591.21 fps ( 1.69 ms/f) 73.410 fps variability

Im still playing around with ram timings and OC :)

12900K Pcores @ 5.1
Ecores @ 3.9
Uncore @ 3.9
3070 non lhr
16g 4400 @ 4200 16 16 16 36
Some cfg i got from KZ
Dx81
win 10 stripped

1920x1080
4812 frames 8.701 seconds 553.06 fps ( 1.81 ms/f) 74.354 fps variability
1280x720
4812 frames 8.515 seconds 565.13 fps ( 1.77 ms/f) 70.228 fps variability
and for fun 640x480
4812 frames 8.139 seconds 591.21 fps ( 1.69 ms/f) 73.410 fps variability

Im still playing around with ram timings and OC :)
670
#670
0 Frags +

Intel Core i9-9900KF @ 3.60GHz
GTX 1050 Ti
8 GB 2133
medium-low mastercomms
open gl but on windows

benchmark_test
1920x1080
4812 frames 14.520 seconds 331.40 fps ( 3.02 ms/f) 57.191 fps variability
4812 frames 14.507 seconds 331.71 fps ( 3.01 ms/f) 57.238 fps variability
4812 frames 14.496 seconds 331.95 fps ( 3.01 ms/f) 57.173 fps variability
4812 frames 14.524 seconds 331.31 fps ( 3.02 ms/f) 57.170 fps variability
4812 frames 14.529 seconds 331.19 fps ( 3.02 ms/f) 57.507 fps variability

I get 20-30 more fps with opengl instead of dxlevel 81

Intel Core i9-9900KF @ 3.60GHz
GTX 1050 Ti
8 GB 2133
medium-low mastercomms
open gl but on windows

benchmark_test
1920x1080
4812 frames 14.520 seconds 331.40 fps ( 3.02 ms/f) 57.191 fps variability
4812 frames 14.507 seconds 331.71 fps ( 3.01 ms/f) 57.238 fps variability
4812 frames 14.496 seconds 331.95 fps ( 3.01 ms/f) 57.173 fps variability
4812 frames 14.524 seconds 331.31 fps ( 3.02 ms/f) 57.170 fps variability
4812 frames 14.529 seconds 331.19 fps ( 3.02 ms/f) 57.507 fps variability

I get 20-30 more fps with opengl instead of dxlevel 81
671
#671
4 Frags +

tf2 doesn't use opengl at all on windows. -r_emulate_gl changes some settings, like slamming dxlevel between 90 and 92, disabling shader model 3.0, using a different image format for textures, disabling some optimizations for shaders, etc, but it's still using direct3d through and through

tf2 doesn't use opengl at all on windows. -r_emulate_gl changes some settings, like slamming dxlevel between 90 and 92, disabling shader model 3.0, using a different image format for textures, disabling some optimizations for shaders, etc, but it's still using direct3d through and through
672
#672
3 Frags +

Ryzen 5 5600x @ 3.7/4.6GHz
GTX 1070ti (Zotac Mini)
32GB 2133MHz DDR4
Win10

mastercomfig low, dxlevel 95, headsfeet vpk

on benchmark_test
1920x1080

4812 frames 10.103 seconds 476.29 fps ( 2.10 ms/f) 77.482 fps variability

will update after OC and faster ram

Ryzen 5 5600x @ 3.7/4.6GHz
GTX 1070ti (Zotac Mini)
32GB 2133MHz DDR4
Win10

mastercomfig low, dxlevel 95, headsfeet vpk

on benchmark_test
1920x1080

4812 frames 10.103 seconds 476.29 fps ( 2.10 ms/f) 77.482 fps variability

will update after OC and faster ram
673
#673
-6 Frags +

Anyone got their hands on a 12th gen Intel CPU? I'm curious about their tf2 benchmarks given their single core performance. I imagine even an i3 should run tf2 very well.

Anyone got their hands on a 12th gen Intel CPU? I'm curious about their tf2 benchmarks given their single core performance. I imagine even an i3 should run tf2 very well.
674
#674
8 Frags +

#673

tomas12600kBeaVerN12900K

The "12" stands for 12th gen, in case you didn't know.

#673
[quote=tomas]12600k[/quote]
[quote=BeaVerN]12900K[/quote]
The "12" stands for 12th gen, in case you didn't know.
675
#675
0 Frags +

anyone have a new link to the benchmark demo? the old one appears to be not working

anyone have a new link to the benchmark demo? the old one appears to be not working
676
#676
1 Frags +
Brockanyone have a new link to the benchmark demo? the old one appears to be not working

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/686311458237317142/773714064593518622/benchmark1.dem

MongAnyone got their hands on a 12th gen Intel CPU? I'm curious about their tf2 benchmarks given their single core performance. I imagine even an i3 should run tf2 very well.

identical to 5XXX ryzen in terms of tf2

[quote=Brock]anyone have a new link to the benchmark demo? the old one appears to be not working[/quote]

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/686311458237317142/773714064593518622/benchmark1.dem

[quote=Mong]Anyone got their hands on a 12th gen Intel CPU? I'm curious about their tf2 benchmarks given their single core performance. I imagine even an i3 should run tf2 very well.[/quote]

identical to 5XXX ryzen in terms of tf2
677
#677
3 Frags +

Testing Ryzen 5000 with benchmark_test

Mobile
CPU: Ryzen 7 5850U
RAM: 3200MHz CL22 (JEDEC basically)
GPU: Vega integrated
OS: Windows 10 21H2
CFG: Mastercomfig low, DX8, fullscreen optimizations off
Resolution: 1280x720@60

Both battery and plugged in.

Battery power. 9W CPU package. 3.5GHz cores

4812 frames 23.062 seconds 208.66 fps ( 4.79 ms/f) 31.850 fps variability

Battery power. 25W CPU package.

4812 frames 17.692 seconds 271.98 fps ( 3.68 ms/f) 44.306 fps variability

Wall power. 10W CPU package.

4812 frames 21.026 seconds 228.86 fps ( 4.37 ms/f) 34.879 fps variability

Wall power. 25W CPU package. 4.1GHz cores.

4812 frames 15.939 seconds 301.90 fps ( 3.31 ms/f) 51.681 fps variability

Considering some gaming laptops cant hit 300fps in this game, this is pretty impressive. Still CPU bound though, so the 6000U refresh probably wont help much. 5700G is probably very similar to this, probably a bit higher.

This is also with the Radeon Pro drivers, so not entirely sure how the gaming drivers would compare.

Desktop
CPU: 5800X stock
RAM: 3200MHz CL14-14-14-32
GPU: RX580 stock
OS: Windows 10 21H2
CFG: Mastercomfig low, DX8, fullscreen optimizations off

1440P

4812 frames 10.276 seconds 468.27 fps ( 2.14 ms/f) 61.150 fps variability

720P

4812 frames 10.118 seconds 475.61 fps ( 2.10 ms/f) 61.432 fps variability

4.85GHz on the cores. Maybe +200MHz would net +5% more performance.

Testing Ryzen 5000 with benchmark_test

Mobile
CPU: Ryzen 7 5850U
RAM: 3200MHz CL22 (JEDEC basically)
GPU: Vega integrated
OS: Windows 10 21H2
CFG: Mastercomfig low, DX8, fullscreen optimizations off
Resolution: 1280x720@60

Both battery and plugged in.

Battery power. 9W CPU package. 3.5GHz cores
[code]4812 frames 23.062 seconds 208.66 fps ( 4.79 ms/f) 31.850 fps variability[/code]
Battery power. 25W CPU package.
[code]4812 frames 17.692 seconds 271.98 fps ( 3.68 ms/f) 44.306 fps variability[/code]
Wall power. 10W CPU package.
[code]4812 frames 21.026 seconds 228.86 fps ( 4.37 ms/f) 34.879 fps variability[/code]
Wall power. 25W CPU package. 4.1GHz cores.
[code]4812 frames 15.939 seconds 301.90 fps ( 3.31 ms/f) 51.681 fps variability[/code]

Considering some gaming laptops cant hit 300fps in this game, this is pretty impressive. Still CPU bound though, so the 6000U refresh probably wont help much. 5700G is probably very similar to this, probably a bit higher.

This is also with the Radeon Pro drivers, so not entirely sure how the gaming drivers would compare.

Desktop
CPU: 5800X stock
RAM: 3200MHz CL14-14-14-32
GPU: RX580 stock
OS: Windows 10 21H2
CFG: Mastercomfig low, DX8, fullscreen optimizations off

1440P
[code]4812 frames 10.276 seconds 468.27 fps ( 2.14 ms/f) 61.150 fps variability[/code]
720P
[code]4812 frames 10.118 seconds 475.61 fps ( 2.10 ms/f) 61.432 fps variability[/code]

4.85GHz on the cores. Maybe +200MHz would net +5% more performance.
678
#678
2 Frags +

ryzen 5600x
gtx 1063
16 gb ram @ 3600 cl16
win11
dx 81 1920x1080
funny cfg

benchmark1
2639 frames 7.498 seconds 351.95 fps ( 2.84 ms/f) 33.314 fps variability

benchmark_test
4812 frames 12.104 seconds 397.55 fps ( 2.52 ms/f) 64.475 fps variability

any help
why my fps that low compared to other people with 5600x?

ryzen 5600x
gtx 1063
16 gb ram @ 3600 cl16
win11
dx 81 1920x1080
funny cfg

benchmark1
2639 frames 7.498 seconds 351.95 fps ( 2.84 ms/f) 33.314 fps variability

benchmark_test
4812 frames 12.104 seconds 397.55 fps ( 2.52 ms/f) 64.475 fps variability


any help
why my fps that low compared to other people with 5600x?
679
#679
0 Frags +
slashfunny cfg
[quote=slash]funny cfg[/quote]
680
#680
0 Frags +
Rockzslashfunny cfg

its literally mastercomfig low but not in vpk file

[quote=Rockz][quote=slash]funny cfg[/quote][/quote]
its literally mastercomfig low but not in vpk file
681
#681
0 Frags +
slash its literally mastercomfig low but not in vpk file

check temps, update drivers, remove spyware or try out win 10, OC your cpu

[quote=slash] its literally mastercomfig low but not in vpk file[/quote]
check temps, update drivers, remove spyware or try out win 10, OC your cpu
682
#682
2 Frags +

i7 12700k (no OC, testing freq avg ~4.6GHz)
rtx 3080
32GB Ram @ 3600Mhz CL18
stock win10 home (no performance optimisations)
dx81, mastercoms low

1280 x 1024
benchmark1: 2639 frames 6.159 seconds 428.46 fps ( 2.33 ms/f) 42.286 fps variability
benchmark_test: 4812 frames 10.504 seconds 458.11 fps ( 2.18 ms/f) 89.816 fps variability

1920 x 1080
benchmark1: 2639 frames 6.562 seconds 402.13 fps ( 2.49 ms/f) 39.789 fps variability
benchmark_test: 4812 frames 10.521 seconds 457.35 fps ( 2.19 ms/f) 79.644 fps variability

will post updated benchmarks after OCing CPU

i7 12700k (no OC, testing freq avg ~4.6GHz)
rtx 3080
32GB Ram @ 3600Mhz CL18
stock win10 home (no performance optimisations)
dx81, mastercoms low

1280 x 1024
benchmark1: 2639 frames 6.159 seconds 428.46 fps ( 2.33 ms/f) 42.286 fps variability
benchmark_test: 4812 frames 10.504 seconds 458.11 fps ( 2.18 ms/f) 89.816 fps variability

1920 x 1080
benchmark1: 2639 frames 6.562 seconds 402.13 fps ( 2.49 ms/f) 39.789 fps variability
benchmark_test: 4812 frames 10.521 seconds 457.35 fps ( 2.19 ms/f) 79.644 fps variability

will post updated benchmarks after OCing CPU
683
#683
1 Frags +

Anyone with a 5800x3D?

Anyone with a 5800x3D?
684
#684
1 Frags +

ryzen 5600X auto OC ~4.65Ghz
rtx 2080 super
32gb 3200Mhz cl16
win10
dx81
mastercomms medium low , have the blocky textures + the inspector thing

2560 x 1080
benchmark 1 : 2639 frames 8.242 seconds 320.18 fps ( 3.12 ms/f) 38.690 fps variability
benchmark_test : 4812 frames 14.632 seconds 328.88 fps ( 3.04 ms/f) 53.412 fps variability

game feels like dipping sometimes i assume something is wrong

ryzen 5600X auto OC ~4.65Ghz
rtx 2080 super
32gb 3200Mhz cl16
win10
dx81
mastercomms medium low , have the blocky textures + the inspector thing

2560 x 1080
benchmark 1 : 2639 frames 8.242 seconds 320.18 fps ( 3.12 ms/f) 38.690 fps variability
benchmark_test : 4812 frames 14.632 seconds 328.88 fps ( 3.04 ms/f) 53.412 fps variability

game feels like dipping sometimes i assume something is wrong
685
#685
-1 Frags +

Ryzen 7 3800X
Gigabyte Aorus RX 580 8GB
2x8GB DDR4 cl16 @ 3600 MHz
Win10 LTSC 1809

Every preset has been ran 10 times to get the average framerate using the mastercomfig benchmark_test demo.
All benchmarks use mastercomfig low config (with the no-tutorial, no-soundscapes and no-pyroland addons), no-explosion script, modified surfaceproperties, AMD LodAdj set as high as possible with the Garm3n-QL hud. Fullscreen optimizations are disabled and the power plan settings in Windows are set to Ryzen High Performance.

The following launch options were used for all benchmarks (excluding the addition of -nod3d9ex and -high in the labeled ones or the 1440p windowed test):

-full -precachefontchars -nosteamcontroller -novid -nojoy -nohltv -noquicktime -particles 1

Link to all benchmarks.

1440p appears to be better than 1080p (even though it's not my native resolution and had to be ran in windowed mode). The 1440p test was ran using the SourceRes tool

Ryzen 7 3800X
Gigabyte Aorus RX 580 8GB
2x8GB DDR4 cl16 @ 3600 MHz
Win10 LTSC 1809

Every preset has been ran 10 times to get the average framerate using the mastercomfig benchmark_test demo.
All benchmarks use mastercomfig low config (with the no-tutorial, no-soundscapes and no-pyroland addons), no-explosion script, modified surfaceproperties, AMD LodAdj set as high as possible with the Garm3n-QL hud. Fullscreen optimizations are disabled and the power plan settings in Windows are set to Ryzen High Performance.

The following launch options were used for all benchmarks (excluding the addition of -nod3d9ex and -high in the labeled ones or the 1440p windowed test):
[code]-full -precachefontchars -nosteamcontroller -novid -nojoy -nohltv -noquicktime -particles 1[/code]

[url=https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mkC64gy8YNDdW0LGSqq2T8MCHKdyZzgHwOphpnOwZtI/edit?usp=sharing]Link to all benchmarks[/url].

1440p appears to be better than 1080p (even though it's not my native resolution and had to be ran in windowed mode). The 1440p test was ran using the [url=https://github.com/jooonior/SourceRes]SourceRes[/url] tool
686
#686
0 Frags +

ryzen 5 3600
rtx 3060
16gb ram @ 3600mhz
windows 10
dx 81
comanglia stability cfg with a bunch of cleantf2 vpks
1920 x 1080
testing with benchmark_test:
4812 frames 17.615 seconds 273.17 fps ( 3.66 ms/f) 43.722 fps variability
4812 frames 17.743 seconds 271.21 fps ( 3.69 ms/f) 45.704 fps variability
seem to be getting lower frames than i should be

ryzen 5 3600
rtx 3060
16gb ram @ 3600mhz
windows 10
dx 81
comanglia stability cfg with a bunch of cleantf2 vpks
1920 x 1080
testing with benchmark_test:
4812 frames 17.615 seconds 273.17 fps ( 3.66 ms/f) 43.722 fps variability
4812 frames 17.743 seconds 271.21 fps ( 3.69 ms/f) 45.704 fps variability
seem to be getting lower frames than i should be
687
#687
0 Frags +

ryzen 7 3700x
gtx 1080ti
16gb ram @3200mhz
win10
dx95
mastercoms (with custom preset from site, close to the medium preset.)
2560x1440
headsfeet + a custom medibeam

Using benchmark_test:
4812 frames 20.305 seconds 236.99 fps ( 4.22 ms/f) 44.654 fps variability
4812 frames 19.634 seconds 245.08 fps ( 4.08 ms/f) 38.503 fps variability

ryzen 7 3700x
gtx 1080ti
16gb ram @3200mhz
win10
dx95
mastercoms (with custom preset from site, close to the medium preset.)
2560x1440
headsfeet + a custom medibeam

Using benchmark_test:
4812 frames 20.305 seconds 236.99 fps ( 4.22 ms/f) 44.654 fps variability
4812 frames 19.634 seconds 245.08 fps ( 4.08 ms/f) 38.503 fps variability
688
#688
0 Frags +

ryzen 5 3600
gtx 1050
32GB RAM @3200MHz
windows 10
mastercoms low dx81 shadows on
1920x1080

benchmark1:
2639 frames 9.840 seconds 268.20 fps ( 3.73 ms/f) 21.827 fps variability

benchmark_test:
4812 frames 14.720 seconds 326.91 fps ( 3.06 ms/f) 51.601 fps variability

ryzen 5 3600
gtx 1050
32GB RAM @3200MHz
windows 10
mastercoms low dx81 shadows on
1920x1080

benchmark1:
2639 frames 9.840 seconds 268.20 fps ( 3.73 ms/f) 21.827 fps variability

benchmark_test:
4812 frames 14.720 seconds 326.91 fps ( 3.06 ms/f) 51.601 fps variability
689
#689
8 Frags +

Got a fun one!

Steam deck

Mastercomfig low
123.73 fps with 13fpsvariability

Still testing shit

Got a fun one!

Steam deck

Mastercomfig low
123.73 fps with 13fpsvariability

Still testing shit
690
#690
0 Frags +

benchmark_test: 4812 frames 18.172 seconds 264.81 fps ( 3.78 ms/f) 31.699 fps variability

devuan 4 with openbox
ryzen 1600 at 4.0 GHz
gtx 550 ti with blob drivers
16 gigs CL16 at 3200 MTs
mastercomfig low at 720p + headsfeet

benchmark_test: 4812 frames 18.172 seconds 264.81 fps ( 3.78 ms/f) 31.699 fps variability

devuan 4 with openbox
ryzen 1600 at 4.0 GHz
gtx 550 ti with blob drivers
16 gigs CL16 at 3200 MTs
mastercomfig low at 720p + headsfeet
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