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#151
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DrJeremyAero disabled with Rhapsody's Performance Config
2639 frames 69.206 seconds 38.13 fps (26.22 ms/f) 3.250 fps variability
Aero disabled
2639 frames 57.827 seconds 45.64 fps (21.91 ms/f) 2.554 fps variability

CPU: i5-3230M CPU @ 2.60GHz
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
(I'm on a laptop; HP envy dv-7)

Config: Above
Dxlevel: 90
Shadows: Disabled
Res: 1600x900
Win/full: Windowed

I actually had one more fps with Aero enabled without Rhapsody's config.
Also, for some reason, when I removed Rhapsody's config, the demo looked like this - so the broken / lack of motion might just be the difference in frames? Has anyone else experienced this?

if you had very odd looking motion it sounds like you must've alt+tabbed or changed settings mid-demo

[quote=DrJeremy]Aero disabled with Rhapsody's Performance Config
2639 frames 69.206 seconds 38.13 fps (26.22 ms/f) 3.250 fps variability
Aero disabled
2639 frames 57.827 seconds 45.64 fps (21.91 ms/f) 2.554 fps variability


CPU: i5-3230M CPU @ 2.60GHz
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
(I'm on a laptop; HP envy dv-7)

Config: Above
Dxlevel: 90
Shadows: Disabled
Res: 1600x900
Win/full: Windowed

I actually had one more fps with Aero enabled without Rhapsody's config.
Also, for some reason, when I removed Rhapsody's config, [url=http://38.media.tumblr.com/b33c10246029e5c1ce0ab88017020712/tumblr_nbyobpbLX11s2hcw6o1_1280.png]the demo looked like this[/url] - so the broken / lack of motion might just be the difference in frames? Has anyone else experienced this?[/quote]

if you had very odd looking motion it sounds like you must've alt+tabbed or changed settings mid-demo
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#152
-1 Frags +
ComangliaDrJeremythings
if you had very odd looking motion it sounds like you must've alt+tabbed or changed settings mid-demo

I didn't do anything mid-demo, but I Did change my autoexec.cfg between timedemos.
timedemo benchmark1 -> demo works fine, people are moving -> get results -> remove Rhapsody's cfg from my autocfg -> timedemo benchmark1 -> demo has people doing attacks and particles working, but everyone's standing still -> better results, but I don't know if that's due to the lack of player motion :x

Edit: Thanks though.

[quote=Comanglia][quote=DrJeremy]things[/quote]

if you had very odd looking motion it sounds like you must've alt+tabbed or changed settings mid-demo[/quote]

I didn't do anything mid-demo, but I Did change my autoexec.cfg between timedemos.
timedemo benchmark1 -> demo works fine, people are moving -> get results -> remove Rhapsody's cfg from my autocfg -> timedemo benchmark1 -> demo has people doing attacks and particles working, but everyone's standing still -> better results, but I don't know if that's due to the lack of player motion :x

Edit: Thanks though.
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#153
0 Frags +

CPU and overclock: 2500K @ 4.5 GHz
Graphics Card: Sapphire HD7850 2GB

Driver version: 2014.0417.2226.38446
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Rhapsody's Maxframes
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled

Additional notes: Two monitors enabled

2639 frames 19.658 seconds 134.24 fps ( 7.45 ms/f) 6.226 fps variability
CPU and overclock: 2500K @ 4.5 GHz
Graphics Card: Sapphire HD7850 2GB

Driver version: 2014.0417.2226.38446
dxlevel (default is 90): 90
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Rhapsody's Maxframes
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled

Additional notes: Two monitors enabled

[code]2639 frames 19.658 seconds 134.24 fps ( 7.45 ms/f) 6.226 fps variability[/code]
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#154
2 Frags +

CPU and overclock: 4770K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: 780 Ti 3GB

Driver version: 340.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 98
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: windowed
FPS configs enabled: customised chris maxquality (16x CSAA, gibs/ragdolls off)
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Gibs/Ragdolls: Disabled

Additional notes: Three monitors.
Windows 8.1

2639 frames 17.564 seconds 150.25 fps ( 6.66 ms/f) 6.740 fps variability
2639 frames 17.336 seconds 152.23 fps ( 6.57 ms/f) 6.825 fps variability
2639 frames 17.392 seconds 151.73 fps ( 6.59 ms/f) 6.618 fps variability

Linux, driver 331.48, 8x MSAA, cba to check which cvars didn't work

2639 frames 18.439 seconds 143.12 fps ( 6.99 ms/f) 7.081 fps variability
2639 frames 18.011 seconds 146.52 fps ( 6.83 ms/f) 7.490 fps variability
2639 frames 18.304 seconds 144.18 fps ( 6.94 ms/f) 6.997 fps variability
CPU and overclock: 4770K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: 780 Ti 3GB

Driver version: 340.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 98
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: windowed
FPS configs enabled: customised chris maxquality (16x CSAA, gibs/ragdolls off)
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Gibs/Ragdolls: Disabled

Additional notes: Three monitors.
Windows 8.1
[quote]2639 frames 17.564 seconds 150.25 fps ( 6.66 ms/f) 6.740 fps variability
2639 frames 17.336 seconds 152.23 fps ( 6.57 ms/f) 6.825 fps variability
2639 frames 17.392 seconds 151.73 fps ( 6.59 ms/f) 6.618 fps variability[/quote]
Linux, driver 331.48, 8x MSAA, cba to check which cvars didn't work
[quote]2639 frames 18.439 seconds 143.12 fps ( 6.99 ms/f) 7.081 fps variability
2639 frames 18.011 seconds 146.52 fps ( 6.83 ms/f) 7.490 fps variability
2639 frames 18.304 seconds 144.18 fps ( 6.94 ms/f) 6.997 fps variability[/quote]
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#155
-1 Frags +
2639 frames 15.660 seconds 168.52 fps ( 5.93 ms/f) 9.292 fps variability

CPU: i5 4670 @ 3.4 GHz
Graphics Card: GTX 760

Driver version: 337.88
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's config
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

[quote]2639 frames 15.660 seconds 168.52 fps ( 5.93 ms/f) 9.292 fps variability[/quote]

CPU: i5 4670 @ 3.4 GHz
Graphics Card: GTX 760

Driver version: 337.88
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's config
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled
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#156
-1 Frags +

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#157
-1 Frags +

2639 frames 78.516 seconds 33.61 fps (29.75 ms/f) 1.121 fps variability
AMD A4-4000 APU, 4GB RAM, ASUS A88XM-A
Windows 7 64bit, Aero Disabled
Radeon 7480D, Catalyst 14.9
1600x900
Model : High
Textures : Very High
Shaders : Low
Simple Water Deflections
Shadows : Low
Color Corection : On
AA : Off
AF : 16x
Vertical Sync : Off
Motion Blur : Off
HDR : Off
DX : 9,5 (SM3)

2639 frames 65.337 seconds 42.39 fps (24.76 ms/f) 1.196 fps variability
With same settings but using DX : 8,1

2639 frames 78.516 seconds 33.61 fps (29.75 ms/f) 1.121 fps variability
AMD A4-4000 APU, 4GB RAM, ASUS A88XM-A
Windows 7 64bit, Aero Disabled
Radeon 7480D, Catalyst 14.9
1600x900
Model : High
Textures : Very High
Shaders : Low
Simple Water Deflections
Shadows : Low
Color Corection : On
AA : Off
AF : 16x
Vertical Sync : Off
Motion Blur : Off
HDR : Off
DX : 9,5 (SM3)

2639 frames 65.337 seconds 42.39 fps (24.76 ms/f) 1.196 fps variability
With same settings but using DX : 8,1
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#158
-1 Frags +

OS: Windows 7 64bit (Aero Enabled)
CPU: Core i3 2120 3.3GHz
MEM: DDR3-1333 8GB
Graphics Card: ASUS GTX650-E-1GD5
Driver Version:344.48

Resolution: 1600x900
Full-screen or windowed: Full
Model : High
Textures : High
Shaders : High
Water: Reflect World
Color Corection : On

AA : Off
AF : 8x
Vertical Sync : Off
Motion Blur : Off
HDR : Full

FPS configs: None

dxlevel:95
2639 frames 40.760 seconds 64.74 fps (15.45 ms/f) 3.440 fps variability

dxlevel:81
2639 frames 37.318 seconds 70.72 fps (14.14 ms/f) 3.964 fps variability

dxlevel:81 + All low settings
2639 frames 32.034 seconds 82.38 fps (12.14 ms/f) 4.607 fps variability

OS: Windows 7 64bit (Aero Enabled)
CPU: Core i3 2120 3.3GHz
MEM: DDR3-1333 8GB
Graphics Card: ASUS GTX650-E-1GD5
Driver Version:344.48

Resolution: 1600x900
Full-screen or windowed: Full
Model : High
Textures : High
Shaders : High
Water: Reflect World
Color Corection : On

AA : Off
AF : 8x
Vertical Sync : Off
Motion Blur : Off
HDR : Full

FPS configs: None

dxlevel:95
2639 frames 40.760 seconds 64.74 fps (15.45 ms/f) 3.440 fps variability

dxlevel:81
2639 frames 37.318 seconds 70.72 fps (14.14 ms/f) 3.964 fps variability

dxlevel:81 + All low settings
2639 frames 32.034 seconds 82.38 fps (12.14 ms/f) 4.607 fps variability
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#159
-1 Frags +

2639 frames 87.499 seconds 30.16 fps (33.16 ms/f) 1.339 fps variability

2639 frames 87.499 seconds 30.16 fps (33.16 ms/f) 1.339 fps variability
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#160
-3 Frags +

OS: Windows 7 64bit; 95 theme
CPU: E7600 @ 3.53GHz OC
RAM: 4GB 800MHz DDR2 (@920MHz)
GPU: HD4650 @ 700/500
Driver Version: 13.9 (Catalyst)

Resolution: 1280x720
All lowest
FPS Config - merged chris,m0re,comanglia and some of mine

dxlevel: 81
2639 frames 38.926 seconds 67.80 fps (14.75 ms/f) 2.997 fps variability

pretty solid for a dusty 2k9 machine

fat old whore bumps:^)

OS: Windows 7 64bit; 95 theme
CPU: E7600 @ 3.53GHz OC
RAM: 4GB 800MHz DDR2 (@920MHz)
GPU: HD4650 @ 700/500
Driver Version: 13.9 (Catalyst)

Resolution: 1280x720
All lowest
FPS Config - merged chris,m0re,comanglia and some of mine

dxlevel: 81
2639 frames 38.926 seconds 67.80 fps (14.75 ms/f) 2.997 fps variability

pretty solid for a dusty 2k9 machine

fat old whore bumps:^)
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#161
7 Frags +

I know this is bit of a necro, but I'm kinda curious if anyone has the capability of showing benchmarks of

Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 (might not be feasible for some if they don't have updated drivers for the new OS)

All of them using high performance options, and the same config.

I know from some tests I did about a year ago Windows 8.1 did about 5% better than 7, but not sure how Windows 10 compares.

I know this is bit of a necro, but I'm kinda curious if anyone has the capability of showing benchmarks of

[b]Windows 7[/b], [b]Windows 8.1[/b], and [b]Windows 10[/b] (might not be feasible for some if they don't have updated drivers for the new OS)

All of them using high performance options, and the same config.

I know from some tests I did about a year ago Windows 8.1 did about 5% better than 7, but not sure how Windows 10 compares.
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#162
4 Frags +
2639 frames 16.020 seconds 164.73 fps ( 6.07 ms/f) 6.231 fps variability

Average of 3 tests

CPU and overclock: 4770K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: 770 @ 1.3 GHz

Driver version: 347.25
dxlevel: 98
Resolution: 1920x1080 (Native)
Full-screen or windowed: Full-screen
FPS configs enabled: Chris' Maxquality w/ 16xQ CSAA
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Gibs/Ragdolls: Disabled

Additional notes: Two Monitors, other at 1280x1024 w/ spotify, rainmeter, and temp monitor on it

Windows 8.1

@ comanglia this is one of those threads that never dies, there is no such thing as a necro here, and even I think that it is good to continue testing to see how the game affects fps and how the newer machines can cope with it; i think this information has value and the more people that test the better

[quote]2639 frames 16.020 seconds 164.73 fps ( 6.07 ms/f) 6.231 fps variability

Average of 3 tests [/quote]

CPU and overclock: 4770K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: 770 @ 1.3 GHz

Driver version: 347.25
dxlevel: 98
Resolution: 1920x1080 (Native)
Full-screen or windowed: Full-screen
FPS configs enabled: Chris' Maxquality w/ 16xQ CSAA
Shadows enabled/disabled: Enabled
Gibs/Ragdolls: Disabled

Additional notes: Two Monitors, other at 1280x1024 w/ spotify, rainmeter, and temp monitor on it

Windows 8.1

@ comanglia this is one of those threads that never dies, there is no such thing as a necro here, and even I think that it is good to continue testing to see how the game affects fps and how the newer machines can cope with it; i think this information has value and the more people that test the better
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#163
4 Frags +
ComangliaI know this is bit of a necro, but I'm kinda curious if anyone has the capability of showing benchmarks of

Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10

I already benchmarked Windows 7 and 10 (Don't have an installation of 8) for another thread, and didn't find a noticable difference.
But since the other test only had an average of 2 benchmarks I decided to do it again with an average of 6.
And oh boy was I wrong before...

Windows 10

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81

2639 frames 16.865 seconds 155.49 fps ( 6.61 ms/f) 8.321 fps variability

Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95

2639 frames 19.329 seconds 132.22 fps ( 7.21 ms/f) 6.176 fps variability

Windows 7

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81

2639 frames 13.611 seconds 192.02 fps ( 5.19 ms/f) 10.046 fps variability

Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95

2639 frames 17.757 seconds 148.58 fps ( 6.57 ms/f) 6.909 fps variability

This would mean that, with a potatoe configuration, we are looking at difference of 23.5% between Windows 7 and Windows 10.
With dx9frames for both OS's it's "only" 12.3%.

CPU and overclock: 4930K @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: 780

Driver version: 353.62
Resolution: 1920x1080 (Native)
Full-screen or windowed: Full-screen

I wonder if such a big difference in performance only applies to my setup, so maybe someone else can weigh in on this data.

[quote=Comanglia]I know this is bit of a necro, but I'm kinda curious if anyone has the capability of showing benchmarks of

[b]Windows 7[/b], [b]Windows 8.1[/b], and [b]Windows 10[/b] [/quote]

I already benchmarked Windows 7 and 10 (Don't have an installation of 8) for another thread, and didn't find a noticable difference.
But since the other test only had an average of 2 benchmarks I decided to do it again with an average of 6.
And oh boy was I wrong before...

Windows 10

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81
[code]
2639 frames 16.865 seconds 155.49 fps ( 6.61 ms/f) 8.321 fps variability
[/code]
Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95
[code]
2639 frames 19.329 seconds 132.22 fps ( 7.21 ms/f) 6.176 fps variability
[/code]

Windows 7

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81
[code]
2639 frames 13.611 seconds 192.02 fps ( 5.19 ms/f) 10.046 fps variability
[/code]
Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95
[code]
2639 frames 17.757 seconds 148.58 fps ( 6.57 ms/f) 6.909 fps variability
[/code]


This would mean that, with a potatoe configuration, we are looking at difference of 23.5% between Windows 7 and Windows 10.
With dx9frames for both OS's it's "only" 12.3%.

CPU and overclock: 4930K @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: 780

Driver version: 353.62
Resolution: 1920x1080 (Native)
Full-screen or windowed: Full-screen

I wonder if such a big difference in performance only applies to my setup, so maybe someone else can weigh in on this data.
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#164
-1 Frags +
guyystComangliaI know this is bit of a necro, but I'm kinda curious if anyone has the capability of showing benchmarks of

Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10

I already benchmarked Windows 7 and 10 (Don't have an installation of 8) for another thread, and didn't find a noticable difference.
But since the other test only had an average of 2 benchmarks I decided to do it again with an average of 6.
And oh boy was I wrong before...

Windows 10

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81
2639 frames 16.865 seconds 155.49 fps ( 6.61 ms/f) 8.321 fps variability
Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95
2639 frames 19.329 seconds 132.22 fps ( 7.21 ms/f) 6.176 fps variability

Windows 7

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81
2639 frames 13.611 seconds 192.02 fps ( 5.19 ms/f) 10.046 fps variability
Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95
2639 frames 17.757 seconds 148.58 fps ( 6.57 ms/f) 6.909 fps variability

This would mean that, with a potatoe configuration, we are looking at differnce of 23.5% between Windows 7 and Windows 10.
With dx9frames for both OS's it's "only" 12.3%.

CPU and overclock: 4930K @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: 780

Driver version: 353.62
Resolution: 1920x1080 (Native)
Full-screen or windowed: Full-screen

I wonder if such a big difference in performance only applies to my setup, so maybe someone else can weigh in on this data.

Interesting, it might be related to driver support, since a difference between the 2 OS's to that extent doesn't seem right. Also you have a awfully good PC to be using my Potato/Toaster cfg.

[quote=guyyst][quote=Comanglia]I know this is bit of a necro, but I'm kinda curious if anyone has the capability of showing benchmarks of

[b]Windows 7[/b], [b]Windows 8.1[/b], and [b]Windows 10[/b] [/quote]

I already benchmarked Windows 7 and 10 (Don't have an installation of 8) for another thread, and didn't find a noticable difference.
But since the other test only had an average of 2 benchmarks I decided to do it again with an average of 6.
And oh boy was I wrong before...

Windows 10

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81
[code]
2639 frames 16.865 seconds 155.49 fps ( 6.61 ms/f) 8.321 fps variability
[/code]
Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95
[code]
2639 frames 19.329 seconds 132.22 fps ( 7.21 ms/f) 6.176 fps variability
[/code]

Windows 7

Comanglia's Max FPS for Potatoes and Toasters config and dxlevel 81
[code]
2639 frames 13.611 seconds 192.02 fps ( 5.19 ms/f) 10.046 fps variability
[/code]
Chris' dx9frames config and dxlevel 95
[code]
2639 frames 17.757 seconds 148.58 fps ( 6.57 ms/f) 6.909 fps variability
[/code]


This would mean that, with a potatoe configuration, we are looking at differnce of 23.5% between Windows 7 and Windows 10.
With dx9frames for both OS's it's "only" 12.3%.

CPU and overclock: 4930K @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: 780

Driver version: 353.62
Resolution: 1920x1080 (Native)
Full-screen or windowed: Full-screen

I wonder if such a big difference in performance only applies to my setup, so maybe someone else can weigh in on this data.[/quote]

Interesting, it might be related to driver support, since a difference between the 2 OS's to that extent doesn't seem right. Also you have a awfully good PC to be using my Potato/Toaster cfg.
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#165
-1 Frags +
ComangliaInteresting, it might be related to driver support, since a difference between the 2 OS's to that extent doesn't seem right. Also you have a awfully good PC to be using my Potato/Toaster cfg.

Oh I'm not actually using that configuration, just wanted to have an extreme example.
I usually play with dx9frames.

[quote=Comanglia]
Interesting, it might be related to driver support, since a difference between the 2 OS's to that extent doesn't seem right. Also you have a awfully good PC to be using my Potato/Toaster cfg.[/quote]

Oh I'm not actually using that configuration, just wanted to have an extreme example.
I usually play with dx9frames.
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#166
-1 Frags +

Thought I would see how my dual core compares

2639 frames 15.886 seconds 166.12 fps ( 6.02 ms/f) 7.576 fps variability
2639 frames 16.154 seconds 163.37 fps ( 6.12 ms/f) 12.263 fps variability
2639 frames 15.901 seconds 165.96 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 11.996 fps variability

CPU and overclock: G3258 @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: R9 270x

dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Max Stability
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: mat_picmip -1, No hats mod, google chrome running, TF2 freshly opened, Win8.1

It seems the first run after opening TF2 is always the best for me

Thought I would see how my dual core compares

[code]2639 frames 15.886 seconds 166.12 fps ( 6.02 ms/f) 7.576 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 16.154 seconds 163.37 fps ( 6.12 ms/f) 12.263 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 15.901 seconds 165.96 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 11.996 fps variability[/code]


CPU and overclock: G3258 @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: R9 270x


dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Max Stability
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: mat_picmip -1, No hats mod, google chrome running, TF2 freshly opened, Win8.1

It seems the first run after opening TF2 is always the best for me
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#167
-1 Frags +

Seems like I was right.

SetsulSo apparently the Pentium G3258 is the best CPU for TF2 now.

http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/459641/i5-or-i7-for-tf2-specifically

Seems like I was right.
[quote=Setsul]So apparently the Pentium G3258 is the best CPU for TF2 now.[/quote]
http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/459641/i5-or-i7-for-tf2-specifically
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#168
-1 Frags +
SetsulSeems like I was right.

Wasn't source engine using only 2 threads common knowledge? It seemed like it when I was building this a year ago.

Edit: What I don't understand is how some people here get 190-200+ fps in that demo. Does the bigger amount of cache really help that much?

[quote=Setsul]Seems like I was right.[/quote]

Wasn't source engine using only 2 threads common knowledge? It seemed like it when I was building this a year ago.


Edit: What I don't understand is how some people here get 190-200+ fps in that demo. Does the bigger amount of cache really help that much?
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#169
-1 Frags +

CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ 4,1 GHz
Graphics Card: GIGABYTE Radeon HD 6850

dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x900
Full-screen or windowed: Windowed
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Max FPS for High Quality PCs
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

2639 frames 21.478 seconds 127.87 fps ( 8.14 ms/f) 8.934 fps variability

Additional notes: Win7, Project Lasso (TF2 0-5, rest 1-5), Razer Cortex

Still dropping frames, 30-50 fps on cp_process mid :(

CPU and overclock: AMD FX-6300 @ 4,1 GHz
Graphics Card: GIGABYTE Radeon HD 6850

dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x900
Full-screen or windowed: Windowed
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Max FPS for High Quality PCs
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

[quote]2639 frames 21.478 seconds 127.87 fps ( 8.14 ms/f) 8.934 fps variability[/quote]

Additional notes: Win7, Project Lasso (TF2 0-5, rest 1-5), Razer Cortex

Still dropping frames, 30-50 fps on cp_process mid :(
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#170
-1 Frags +
SetsulSeems like I was right.SetsulSo apparently the Pentium G3258 is the best CPU for TF2 now.http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/459641/i5-or-i7-for-tf2-specifically

as someone who has upgraded from a g3258 to a i5, g3 isnt the best cpu for tf2, ive gained about 100+ fps by upgrading

[quote=Setsul]Seems like I was right.
[quote=Setsul]So apparently the Pentium G3258 is the best CPU for TF2 now.[/quote]
http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/459641/i5-or-i7-for-tf2-specifically[/quote]
as someone who has upgraded from a g3258 to a i5, g3 isnt the best cpu for tf2, ive gained about 100+ fps by upgrading
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#171
2 Frags +

Some win 8 vs win 10 benchmarks:

Windows 8.1

fullscreen: 2639 frames 30.479 seconds 86.58 fps (11.55 ms/f) 6.867 fps variabilitywindowed noborder: 2639 frames 31.459 seconds 83.89 fps (11.92 ms/f) 9.769 fps variability

Windows 10

fullscreen: 2639 frames 29.314 seconds 90.03 fps (11.11 ms/f) 6.000 fps variabilitywindowed noborder: 2639 frames 30.489 seconds 86.56 fps (11.55 ms/f) 10.038 fps variability

Everything else is the same, running comanglia's config, midrange laptop (4510u & 840m), 1366x768 res, dxlevel 81. Looks like a 2-4% boost with windows 10.

Some win 8 vs win 10 benchmarks:

[b]Windows 8.1[/b]
[quote]fullscreen: 2639 frames 30.479 seconds 86.58 fps (11.55 ms/f) 6.867 fps variability[/quote]
[quote]windowed noborder: 2639 frames 31.459 seconds 83.89 fps (11.92 ms/f) 9.769 fps variability[/quote]

[b]Windows 10[/b]
[quote]fullscreen: 2639 frames 29.314 seconds 90.03 fps (11.11 ms/f) 6.000 fps variability[/quote]
[quote]windowed noborder: 2639 frames 30.489 seconds 86.56 fps (11.55 ms/f) 10.038 fps variability[/quote]

Everything else is the same, running comanglia's config, midrange laptop (4510u & 840m), 1366x768 res, dxlevel 81. Looks like a 2-4% boost with windows 10.
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#172
1 Frags +

#171
Clockrates?
It might just be TF2 doing weird shit though.

#171
Clockrates?
It might just be TF2 doing weird shit though.
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#173
3 Frags +

Anyone wanna try my cfg?
I got higher fps than Comanglia's.
I used a plugin to merge m0re's, Comanglia's and Rhapsody's.
My Config

Anyone wanna try my cfg?
I got higher fps than Comanglia's.
I used a plugin to merge m0re's, Comanglia's and Rhapsody's.
[url=https://www.dropbox.com/s/131pms5mji62i80/r4ndom_graphical.txt?dl=0]My Config[/url]
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#174
4 Frags +

With Comanglia's stability cfg

2639 frames 15.886 seconds 166.12 fps ( 6.02 ms/f) 7.576 fps variability
2639 frames 16.154 seconds 163.37 fps ( 6.12 ms/f) 12.263 fps variability
2639 frames 15.901 seconds 165.96 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 11.996 fps variability

With R4ndoms cfg

2639 frames 15.513 seconds 170.12 fps ( 5.88 ms/f) 13.274 fps variability
2639 frames 15.246 seconds 173.09 fps ( 5.78 ms/f) 10.504 fps variability
2639 frames 15.240 seconds 173.17 fps ( 5.77 ms/f) 10.731 fps variability

Nice job!

Edit: Comanglia's potato cfg with mat_viewupscale 1

2639 frames 15.602 seconds 169.14 fps ( 5.91 ms/f) 12.061 fps variability
2639 frames 17.077 seconds 154.53 fps ( 6.47 ms/f) 16.529 fps variability
2639 frames 16.217 seconds 162.73 fps ( 6.15 ms/f) 18.116 fps variability
With Comanglia's stability cfg
[code]2639 frames 15.886 seconds 166.12 fps ( 6.02 ms/f) 7.576 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 16.154 seconds 163.37 fps ( 6.12 ms/f) 12.263 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 15.901 seconds 165.96 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 11.996 fps variability[/code]


With R4ndoms cfg
[code]2639 frames 15.513 seconds 170.12 fps ( 5.88 ms/f) 13.274 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 15.246 seconds 173.09 fps ( 5.78 ms/f) 10.504 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 15.240 seconds 173.17 fps ( 5.77 ms/f) 10.731 fps variability[/code]


Nice job!

Edit: Comanglia's potato cfg with mat_viewupscale 1

[code]2639 frames 15.602 seconds 169.14 fps ( 5.91 ms/f) 12.061 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 17.077 seconds 154.53 fps ( 6.47 ms/f) 16.529 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 16.217 seconds 162.73 fps ( 6.15 ms/f) 18.116 fps variability[/code]
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#175
0 Frags +
infinityThought I would see how my dual core compares
2639 frames 15.886 seconds 166.12 fps ( 6.02 ms/f) 7.576 fps variability
2639 frames 16.154 seconds 163.37 fps ( 6.12 ms/f) 12.263 fps variability
2639 frames 15.901 seconds 165.96 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 11.996 fps variability

CPU and overclock: G3258 @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: R9 270x

dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Max Stability
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: mat_picmip -1, No hats mod, google chrome running, TF2 freshly opened, Win8.1

It seems the first run after opening TF2 is always the best for me
SetsulSeems like I was right.SetsulSo apparently the Pentium G3258 is the best CPU for TF2 now.http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/459641/i5-or-i7-for-tf2-specifically

You don't have real proof of that. (you could argue maybe on the price point, but it's certainly not the best in pure performance)

I have tested with the exact same settings as infinity on my stability config with an i5 AND had a lower clock rate, with the same plugins, the same GPU even, but on Win 7 an OS that get's slightly less FPS than Win 8.1.
Only difference that I can immediately discern between our 2 tests is that I made sure Google chrome was closed, and even then that wouldn't account for a 40fps difference especially when I have a lower clock rate.

http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/431875/comanglia-s-config-fps-guide

-edit-
Hell you can just look at Phunk's result. http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/467937/tf2-benchmarks
i7, with a lower clock rate, using a Max Quality config with shadows on with -dxlevel 98
get's basically the exact same FPS. The pentium is by and far not the best in terms of performance.

[quote=infinity]Thought I would see how my dual core compares

[code]2639 frames 15.886 seconds 166.12 fps ( 6.02 ms/f) 7.576 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 16.154 seconds 163.37 fps ( 6.12 ms/f) 12.263 fps variability[/code]
[code]2639 frames 15.901 seconds 165.96 fps ( 6.03 ms/f) 11.996 fps variability[/code]


CPU and overclock: G3258 @ 4.4 GHz
Graphics Card: R9 270x


dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Max Stability
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: mat_picmip -1, No hats mod, google chrome running, TF2 freshly opened, Win8.1

It seems the first run after opening TF2 is always the best for me[/quote]
[quote=Setsul]Seems like I was right.
[quote=Setsul]So apparently the Pentium G3258 is the best CPU for TF2 now.[/quote]
http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/459641/i5-or-i7-for-tf2-specifically[/quote]

You don't have real proof of that. (you could argue maybe on the price point, but it's certainly not the best in pure performance)

I have tested with the exact same settings as infinity on my stability config with an i5 AND had a lower clock rate, with the same plugins, the same GPU even, but on Win 7 an OS that get's slightly less FPS than Win 8.1.
Only difference that I can immediately discern between our 2 tests is that I made sure Google chrome was closed, and even then that wouldn't account for a 40fps difference especially when I have a lower clock rate.

http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/431875/comanglia-s-config-fps-guide

-edit-
Hell you can just look at Phunk's result. http://www.teamfortress.tv/post/467937/tf2-benchmarks
i7, with a lower clock rate, using a Max Quality config with shadows on with -dxlevel 98
get's basically the exact same FPS. The pentium is by and far not the best in terms of performance.
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#176
3 Frags +

I might do more tests once I've got some spare time again in two weeks.

In the meantime:
Max FPS for Mid Quality PCs = Comanglia's stability cfg ?

Gun Mettle Update? Could you run the benchmark again?

If the results are the same now I'll definitely have to do some more tests before I can say something conclusive.

I might do more tests once I've got some spare time again in two weeks.

In the meantime:
Max FPS for Mid Quality PCs = Comanglia's stability cfg ?

Gun Mettle Update? Could you run the benchmark again?

If the results are the same now I'll definitely have to do some more tests before I can say something conclusive.
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#177
-1 Frags +
SetsulI might do more tests once I've got some spare time again in two weeks.

In the meantime:
Max FPS for Mid Quality PCs = Comanglia's stability cfg ?

Gun Mettle Update? Could you run the benchmark again?

If the results are the same now I'll definitely have to do some more tests before I can say something conclusive.

https://i.imgur.com/P2TOEZO.png

I'll test again when I get home, but their's no way performance would've dropped by 20%. It would've been noticeable in everyone of my configs.

[quote=Setsul]I might do more tests once I've got some spare time again in two weeks.

In the meantime:
Max FPS for Mid Quality PCs = Comanglia's stability cfg ?

Gun Mettle Update? Could you run the benchmark again?

If the results are the same now I'll definitely have to do some more tests before I can say something conclusive.[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/P2TOEZO.png[/img]

I'll test again when I get home, but their's no way performance would've dropped by 20%. It would've been noticeable in everyone of my configs.
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#178
2 Frags +

When are you going to get home? Or did you just not have the time yet?

When are you going to get home? Or did you just not have the time yet?
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#179
-1 Frags +
yewl
2639 frames 11.225 seconds 235.10 fps ( 4.25 ms/f) 9.847 fps variability

CPU and overclock: 4670K @ 4.3 GHz
Graphics Card: Crossfire 7870s

Driver version: 13.2
dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Chris dx8 highframes w/ cl_threaded_bone_setup 1
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

2 monitors, aero disabled

just did this again with only 1 card (win7),
2639 frames 10.508 seconds 251.14 fps ( 3.98 ms/f) 14.465 fps variability

pentium best Kappa

[quote=yewl]

2639 frames 11.225 seconds 235.10 fps ( 4.25 ms/f) 9.847 fps variability

CPU and overclock: 4670K @ 4.3 GHz
Graphics Card: Crossfire 7870s

Driver version: 13.2
dxlevel: 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Chris dx8 highframes w/ cl_threaded_bone_setup 1
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

2 monitors, aero disabled[/quote]

just did this again with only 1 card (win7),
2639 frames 10.508 seconds 251.14 fps ( 3.98 ms/f) 14.465 fps variability

pentium best Kappa
180
#180
-2 Frags +

CPU and overclock: 2500K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6850

Driver version: 13.01
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Shocky's cfg
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

2639 frames 12.694 seconds 207.90 fps ( 4.81 ms/
CPU and overclock: 2500K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6850

Driver version: 13.01
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Shocky's cfg
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

[code]2639 frames 12.694 seconds 207.90 fps ( 4.81 ms/[/code]
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